Are You An Artist On The Come-Up? Don’t Miss The Springboard South Music Festival In Houston
Don’t miss the Springboard South Music Festival Friday, June 21st through Sunday, June 23rd at the Warehouse Live in Houston.
Representing H-Town, Paul Wall and Slim Thug will perform for the festivals opening night along with other local and surrounding area independent artists. The 2nd annual Springboard South Music Fest will feature a wide variety of music from Latin, Country, Pop, Rock, Gospel, Jazz, Metal to of course Hip Hop.
There’s something for everybody, with more than 90 shows from 54 artists on three stages. This music fest is geared towards educating and mentoring new artists. Speaking of which, festival organizers will choose 26 new artists to participate in a one-on-one mentoring sessions geared towards taking their career to the next level. The chosen artists will also be given the opportunity to present music to a panel of music supervisors in hopes of performing at future Springboard South festivals.
On hand to kick to knowledge will be legal experts, social media pioneers, music licensing professionals, publicists and countless music business experts that will be sharing advice on how to develop a career.
The founder and creator of Springboard South, Barry Coffing said of the festival “We are very excited about the second installment of Springboard South where we will be showcasing an incredibly diverse group of artists in almost every genre. We are featuring great local talent as well as other independent artists from the south who will be sharing the stage with well-known artists to create an event that should be nothing short of amazing. I can’t thank all of the music business professionals and headlining artists enough for donating their time and wisdom to help this next generation of great artists.”
By the way, something new to this years festivities is a non-profit initiative called ‘Sustainable Artists’, which will help new artists be more self sufficient through empowerment and teaching them business skills. Plus, educating them on what’s available to achieve their goals by utilizing various resources from government agencies and more.