Local Behavior Music Festival with Catie Curtis, Aubrey Haddard, Billy Dean Thomas, and more (Champion) - 10/28/18Sunday, October 28 2018 2:00pm Doors / 3:00pm Start / Ends TBD
Local Behavior Music Festival with Catie Curtis, Aubrey Haddard, Billy Dean Thomas, and more (Champion) - 10/28/18
at City Winery Boston
The inaugural lineup presents established acts alongside emerging artists to generate a spirit of mentorship between artists, and to introduce new work to the public. Catie Curtis, dubbed a “folk rock goddess” by The New Yorker, will add a headlining performance at Local Behavior to appearances at Lilith Fair, Carnegie Hall, and the White House. She’ll perform alongside Boston’s own Dutch Rebelle (hip hop), as well as rising stars Billy Dean Thomas (rap), Hayley Sabella (folk), and Elizabeth and the Catapult (singer-songwriter). The day will also include appearances by award-winning poet Olivia Gatwood, Americana sister duo Ari & Mia, multicultural pop-soul artist Avanti Nagral, and singer-songwriter Liv Greene.
“There is a particularly rich and supportive community of womxn and non-binary leaders in our music scene right now,” Latino told Vanyaland, pointing out that this Boston network includes not only artists, but also booking agents, promoters, and producers. “It’s a great time to celebrate the music being made and the work being done in this community.” This fact is made evident by a new collaboration between Cornerscape and ZUMIX, a youth music nonprofit in Boston that will present Rehanna Fernandes Nunez at the festival.
Get Your Tickets:
To attend Local Behavior Music Festival, we ask that you pay what you can, based on the honor system and the following information. ALL TICKETS ARE GENERAL ADMISSION.
1. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE $100 CHAMPION TICKETS: This price point reflects how much we'd have to charge in order to pay the artists a fair performance fee, pay the producers for their work, and start our mentorship programming this fall. We gratefully ask that those who are able and support the goals of Local Behavior purchase a ticket at this level so as to enable us to continue programming throughout the year that supports, highlights, and pays womxn and non-binary artists for their work.
2. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE $75 TRUE COST TICKETS: In order to recoup the actual expenses associated with the festival, we'd have to sell every seat at this level. We ask that those who are able to do so consider purchasing a ticket at this or the Champion level so as to help cover costs including artist fees, production, and publicity.
3. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE $45 STANDARD PRICE TICKETS: We believe people are honest and honorable, and that those who can pay the industry standard price of admission will do so as a gesture of support of the arts and culture in our city, as well as of the womxn and non-binary artists taking the stage.
4. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE $25 SUBSIDIZED TICKETS: Because our event is about creating opportunity and community, we believe it should be accessible to everyone and therefore offer this subsidized price point for students, seniors, artists, or anyone else who is served by this offering.
Each ticket guarantees access to the entire festival, but not to any specific room/stage within the festival at any given time.
Thank you, as always, to our friends at Bridge Repertory Theater for creating the language explaining this ticketing system.