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BradFest will operate as a lean, mean DIY machine. Our goal is to have as much of the proceeds as possible channeled to our initiatives to benefit young musicians. That means we have to cut costs everywhere we can. We’re seeking to get as much of our food, beverages, equipment, and services donated or severely discounted as we can. We’ve already been extremely fortunate to have a number of items donated. Here are things we’re still looking to get donated to avoid purchase/rental fees:
a high powered, professional PA system
stage lighting equipment
video screen, projector
gazebo with shade and mosquito control for daycare area
garbage and recycling containers
radios/walkie talkies for volunteers
wrist bands for 21+
tickets for raffle, food, beverage, etc.
stakes and tape to layout different areas, including parking
first aid kits
Food to sell at the event: Poor Gary’s Pizza in Virginia has stepped up with a major donation, and we’d like to offer some more good, local food at the event
Beer: We’ll be selling keg beer at the event. We have some donations already, but we’d like a lot more. Particularly, we’d like to feature donated beer from local and regional breweries, so if you have contacts, let us know.
Liquor: We’ll be able to sell donated liquor and receive the proceeds, so get those bottles flowing our way!
Non-alcoholic beverages: Soda, coffee, tea, NA beer, water coolers, etc.
Dishes: Plates, utensils, napkins (recycled and recyclable, if at all possible)
Printing is a valuable service. W need to print posters, flyers, signs, and banners.
Apparel: We want to sell BradFest T-shirts and underwear (mainly men’s briefs) at the event. If you can get blank T’s and briefs, and screen printing donated, let us know.
Items for silent auction: We’re looking to get as many donations of goods, services as we can for this. We’re especially interested in quality crafts and artwork created by local artisans.