Competencies include: Strong interpersonal, networking, organizational and communication skills; team building and management; artist management; project management; event and festival operations and logistics; settlement; forklift and aerial work platform certification; problem solving; decision making; negotiating; industry standards; information systems; website development and services. Customer oriented; highly passionate and self-driven to succeed.
Has contracted nationwide with C3 Presents/Live Nation; Paragon Presents; ESPN; Listen Live Entertainment; SOS Event Services (TX, WDC, CA, OR, MO, AZ, IL, GA, OK, FL, KS, MN, OH).
At virtually every outdoor festival or special event, you will be able to spot some plywood. And while it’s simple to use, there are ways to make sure you’re getting the most out of the easiest ways to have ground protection.Below is a cross-section of plywood with a particleboard core (courtesy of Fine Lumber, click […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
When producing an event or festival somewhere that lacks enough office and/or storage space, it’s imperative to acquire the proper amount and type of mobile office trailers. While tents with walls can be adequate office space for some smaller events and festivals, most of the time the climate control, shelter from severe weather, and security […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
For those of you that are handling talent buying for your event or festival, it’s important to understand the various steps in the process. This will help ensure you are both protecting yourself and creating a supportive environment for the artist to perform. In this article, we will break it down into the following sections:Researching […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Whether you’re a production manager, hospitality coordinator, part of the site crew, or any other member of an event or festival team, there have been several outstanding phone apps developed recently that can help you pull off a successful experience. Below are the seven apps that I turn to the most when I’m on-site, along […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
For those of us in the event and festival industries, wrapping up a cable is an essential and never-ending part of life. However, many people still do it the wrong way, that results in kinks and twists; there are two proper methods for coiling up a cable that, when stretched back out, results in a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This article is by a guest author, Dax Cochran with WeatherOps. As festival season cranks up, so does severe weather season. Festival and event managers are busy finalizing details for the event, securing vendors, and wrapping up all loose ends. With safety a growing priority for all outdoor events, weather planning should be one of the […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Having the proper type, size, and amount of fire extinguishers at your event or festival is of the utmost importance for maintaining proper fire safety. This article will discuss the types of fire extinguishers you’ll need given what sort of materials you have at your event, as well as how many you should have, and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Traveling outside our own country for work, especially as part of an event, tour, or festival, while very exciting, can also present some unique challenges when it comes to being able to use our own electrical gear. Since countries can vary in their voltage, frequency, and outlet type, it’s important that you come prepared […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
For those of us just starting out with a new event or festival concept, creating the best possible website should be one of the most important initial goals. A user-friendly, persuasive, exciting website can increase buzz about your event, ticket sales, and overall fan engagement. Pairing this with a comprehensive social media strategy (read […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Before event and festival season resumes at full strength, here are five certifications to consider for enhancing your event and festival leadership and on-site capabilities. These range from keeping up to date on the latest OSHA safety regulations, from being able to drive a fork or boom lift on site, to being able to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.