DigitalHack Marketing Series

DigitalHack Marketing Series
Event on 2017-08-16 13:00:00
WANT TO LEARN HOW YOUR COMPETITORS ARE WINNING YOUR CLIENTS? Join this special Webinar about growth hacking, and learn all the tricks they are using, and how you can win them over! Ed, will be presenting digital marketing and advertising techniques you could be implementing starting today! Don't miss out this opportunity to find out the ultimate guide to success for your small business! This is an intimate, interactive webinar. We highly recommend you to save a spot as we only accept 10 participants. 

at Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Nashville, United States

Chris Brown-The Party Tour

Chris Brown-The Party Tour
Event on 2017-04-29 19:30:00
By signing up, you acknowledge you have read and agree with the following:  Games at Schott may be cancelled or staffing reduced if ticket sales are low.  Sign-up notes: Event times listed are subject to change  Arrival times will vary by event and assigned task  Arrival times could be four hours prior to event for some positions Compensation is hourly based on hours worked & may be combined with another event the same day Alcohol training required for alcohol events Must be 18 years of age to work (cannot sell or pour alcohol if under 21) Must be 18 years old for cook lead and help lead – , 21 for cashier. Must be teained for Lead and Help Lead positions. To be fair, please sign up only 1 worker per athlete to work until event is within 10 days Exceptions:  Day game (weekday non-holiday) Multiple event days RSA fundraising reserves the right to remove anyone from the list as needed or required for staffing levels or fairness Valid photo id required at check-in  Changes and cancellations: If you need to cancel, you must find your own replacement Canceling without providing a replacement:: ,00 charge (2nd time: loss of fundraising privileges also) No show / no call: .00 charge and loss of fundraising privileges A minor cannot replace an adult worker Notify RSA Booster of any changes – Notify stand lead if same worker issues If staffing levels change, more positions may become available or may be dissolved  Waitlist: If the event is full, an option for joining the Waitlist will be available Sign-up for the Waitlist only of you can commit to work should a position become available If you are on the Waitlist and a position becomes available, you will be scheduled, if needed. Take clothes for dress code to work or leave them in your car so you are prepared if a position opens up Waitlist scheduling will be in order of sign-up date/time while also taking into consideration the position available If you are on the Waitlist and decide to work in place of a scheduled worker, please let Heidi Walker know. If you do not want to commit to work the event should position(s) open up, do not add yourself to the Waitlist.  Dress code: Pants: Black pants – no capri style, stretch pants or denim, no low waistline Shirt: Provided by Levy each night – must be tucked in and worn when in the stand – no exceptions Hat: Levy hat only – must be worn facing frontward – must purchase for .00 Apron: Provided for cooks by Levy each night for cooks Shoes: skid resistant; tennis shoes work best; no open toe or heel;  no canvas  shoes; no crocks style shoes Levy may fine or remove workers fr dress code violations and may also fine the group  Parking and Entering the Arena: There will be traffic – leave ample time for arrival, parking & check-in (must be in booth by scheduled time) The parking lot for events vary by event – Refer to the stand assignment email for specific event parking All lots are North of the arena accessed from Fred Taylor Drive: Bill Davis Lot (Gray 3 – 7, in front of baseball stadium) Buckeye Lot (closer to Ackerman) Parking Passes required – Available for download If you do not have a pass, tell attendant you are working for Sodexo (may not be accepted & you may be charged) Do not leave valuables in your car. OSU, Levy and RSA are not responsible for damage and/or theft Staff entrance is at northwest corner of stadium (just east of corner spectator entrance) Security person will check your name off the RSA list Valid photo id required for everyone, including teens Proceed to stand (Levy staff can direct you) – Lead needs to report to the office first During the Event: Please treat each customer how you would like to be treated as a customer yourself – and spending your money Register workers are to be facing the register (not with backs to registers talking and socializing) Happy customers return to our stand and spend more money (we are paid on commission, so keep them happy) Wash hands often (wear food service gloves as necessary and required) No cell phones or texting inside the booth (if you must take a call, let the booth lead know and leave the stand) No eating or drinking in the stand (this is prohibited by the Health Department) Breaks will be scheduled and given by the Booth Lead One ten minute break per 4 hours scheduled (taken anytime during your work time as approved by the booth lead) Maximum of 2 people on break at a time if staffing is above six (if six or less, then one at a time) Breaks are for resting, smoking and phone calls (Per Levy, must eat before gates open) Be sure to remove your apron anytime you leave the booth For your own protection, if possible, do not bring your own cash to the event.  End of event: Everyone must participate in cleaning and end of event duties Lead will coordinate cleaning and end of event tasks/duties Lead is responsible for signing workers in and out on RSA Sign-in form Leads & Help Leads are responsible to make sure stand is cleaned and all closing items have been completed. Any charges and/or fines caused from not completing tasks and/or not cleaning properly will be deducted from the event Lead and Help Lead.     Day of event issues?: Contact the Booth Lead for the event (ph# on stand assignment email)   Other Questions? – Contact RSA Booster at                  

at Value City Arena
555 Borror Drive
Columbus, United States

StageOne Movie Series presents Newsies, a popular film & musical on the big screen at the Kentucky Center!

StageOne Movie Series presents Newsies, a popular film & musical on the big screen at the Kentucky Center!
Event on 2017-02-18 14:00:00
StageOne brings the popular film, Newsies, to the big screen at the Kentucky Center. In this musical, homeless New York City newsboy Jack “Cowboy” Kelly befriends two newcomers to his trade, brothers David and Les Jacobs. When publisher Joseph Pulitzer sets new rules that make it harder for the young newspaper salesmen to make a buck, the boys go on strike. Bryan Denton, a journalist who’s sympathetic to their plight, gives them some tips in public relations, as the newsboys’ battle grips the city. Rated PG. The movie, Newsies will be showing at the Kentucky Center, Bomhard Theater on Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 2pm. Tickets are each. For tickets stop by the Kentucky Center Box Office, call 502.584.7777 or go to

at The Kentucky Center
501 W. Main Street
Louisville, United States

A Work on a Wheel: Music and Fine Arts Camp 2016

A Work on a Wheel: Music and Fine Arts Camp 2016
Event on 2016-07-01 13:00:00
A Work on a Wheel: Music and Fine Arts Camp 2016 provides a holistic collaborative, and educational experience that connects increased knowledge to passion across the fields of music, production, and the arts.  Participants must be entering the 7th grade or older. See details below.   ALL REGISTRATIONS HAVE AN ADDITIONAL PROCESSING FEE OF .12.   There is no fee to register by  phone at 1-402-457-5231 or 1-800-228-9553.   Pick one module per night and one master class. Participants may not attend more than one module per night.     Master Classes   How To Build Your Record Company (Instructor: TBA/TBA Local Talent):  This class will give students an overview of developing and executing business plans to establish small firms (i.e., record companies and startups). This discussion will include strategic positioning and competitor analysis, as well as marketing, teaming, and project and operations management. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 21, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-001N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            06/27-06/30            Songwriting (Instructor: Percy Bady): This class will explore the craft of songwriting in various styles; as well as channeling, inspiration, creativity, discipline and techniques in songwriting. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 21, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-002N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            06/27-06/30            Music Business (Instructor: Ted Winn): This class will give students an overview of the music industry, including valuable information regarding the gospel music specialization. Key areas of business related to music will include diversity of the music industry, career paths in areas such as arts management, music products and merchandizing, public relations, music production and recording, publishing and online music distribution. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 21, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-003N-20         MTWTH          07:45P-09:00P            06/27-06/30            Building Your Brand and Packaging Your Music (Instructor: Benita Bellamy): This class will explore marketing strategy that involves creating a differentiated name and image — often using a logo and/or tag line — in order to establish a presence in the target consumer's mind and attract and keep fans, consumers and followers. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 21, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-004N-20         MTWTH          07:45P-09:00P            06/27-06/30            Instrumental Classes (All Instrumental classes will have Beginning/Intermediate and Advanced classes) Guitar (Clarence Nichols, George Walker, Joshua Austin): Instruction in the basic and advanced developmental techniques in solo and ensemble performances, stage etiquette, interpretation, improvisation and accompaniment. This class will also enforce proper tuning, instrument mastery and correct posture and hand position. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 22, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-005N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            6/27-06/30              Bass (Kenneth Diggs, Jacob Sorensen): Instruction in the basic and advanced developmental performance techniques. Enhancement of tone, sound quality and style development will also be demonstrated. (one week) Fort Omaha Campus, Building 22, 30th and Fort streets  WOAW-006N-20         MTWTH          07:45P-09:00P            06/27-06/30              Drums (Terry Baker, Allen Sykes, Andrew Brookins):  Instruction in the basic and advanced developmental performance techniques. This will include drum language, exercising proper drumming speed and comfort, proper holding and striking the drum, coordination drills, and rhythms and instruction when playing with a group or as an accompaniment. (one week)Salem Baptist Church, 3131 Lake St. WOAW-007N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            06/27-06/30            Keyboards (Tomas Hardin Jr., Michael Diver, Al Meeks):  Instruction in the basic and advanced development of functional keyboard skills, including scales, arpeggios, improvisation, harmonization and accompaniment. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 22, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-008N-20         MTWTH          07:45P-09:00P            06/27-06/30            Audio Classes Sound Engineering (Kevin Kelley): This course will instruct students in the basics of effectively reinforcing live sound. (one week)Salem Baptist Church, 3131 Lake St. WOAW-009N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P           06/27-06/30              Music Production (Darek Cobbs): An overview of computers and music focusing on broad themes of people, procedures, data structures, software, hardware and computer music environments. (one week)Salem Baptist Church, 3131 Lake St. WOAW-011N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            06/27-06/30            Studio Engineering (Johnny Gomez): This course will instruct students in learning the basic concepts of acoustics and electronics and how they can be applied to understand musical sound and make music with electronic instruments. Topics will include sound waves, musical sound, basic electronics and applications of these basic principles in amplifiers and speaker design. (one week) Salem Baptist Church, 3131 Lake St.  WOAW-010N-20         MTWTH          07:45P-09:00P            06/27-06/30              English This course will cover the proper techniques, theories and practices of public speaking. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 21, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-012N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            06/27-06/30              Technology Visual Arts (MCC Instructor TBA):  This course will introduce students to the languages, concepts and practices of art through visual and art historical perspectives. Students will also be introduced to all of the visual art practices, including drawing and painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, conceptual and installation art, video art, earthworks and performance art, as well as craft and graphic design. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, Building 21, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-013N-20         MTWTH          06:15P-07:30P            06/27-06/30            Photography (Ron Coleman):  Students will learn basic camera techniques and how to process their images in digital format. This course will provide the student with basic aesthetic principles as well as an extensive range of practical photographic techniques needed for entry into the photographic workplace and/or for artistic expression. (one week)Fort Omaha Campus, 30th and Fort streets WOAW-014N-20         MTWTH          07:45P-09:00P            06/27-06/30              Fine Arts Drama (Sandra Foster):   This class will build and expand vocal, acting and movements skills. The course is designed to increase student's understanding of theatre as an art form and cultural influence. (one week)Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas St. WOAW-015N-20         MTWTH          06:00P-09:00P            06/27-06/30            Dance (Shirley Jordan, Lisa Medley): This class will allow students to become acquainted with basic techniques of dance and movement. The class will provide vast gains in movement skills and finding confidence and enjoyment through dance. (one week)Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas St. WOAW-016N-20         MTWTH          06:00P-09:00P            06/27-06/30            Art (Instructor TBA):  An introduction to the technical and conceptual aspects of two and three dimensional design, focusing on drawing and sculpture. Students will develop an understanding of 2- and 3-D designs, learn handmade and shop oriented technologies, and explore analytical and conceptual drawing. (one week)Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas St. WOAW-017N-20         MTWTH          06:00P-09:00P            06/27-06/30            Choral (Tyler Gruttemeyer, Ceaira Dunn, Cedric Nunley):  This class will emphasize the basics of vocal technique, music theory and history. Students will learn to better identify their voice part and its relevance within an ensemble. Music will be explored through various genres, cultures and periods. (one week)Holland Performing Arts Center, 1200 Douglas St. WOAW-018N-20         MTWTH          06:00P-09:00P            06/27-06/30           

at Salem Children’s Center
3131 Lake St
Omaha, United States

tock Market, Financial Literacy, Investing, Finance, Money, Business, Economics, Bonds, Mutual Fund, Wall Street Journal, WSJ, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Bulls, Bears, Apple, Microsoft, Google, – TheMarketNerd’s podcast

tock Market, Financial Literacy, Investing, Finance, Money, Business, Economics, Bonds, Mutual Fund, Wall Street Journal, WSJ, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Bulls, Bears, Apple, Microsoft, Google, – TheMarketNerd’s podcast
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Digital Marketing Training for Network Marketers

Digital Marketing Training for Network Marketers
Event on 2016-04-27 08:00:00
Digital Marketing Training for Network Marketers 1. Lead Creation on Digital Media 2. Converting Leads to Sales 3. Use of Graphics in Social Media 4. Digital Marketing Techniques for Network Marketers Tickets are R35 per person and are available at the door. Booking is essential as only 20 seats are available Call 0845162270 for more information

12 Tranquil Street
Durban, South Africa

Jesse Cook in San Francisco, CA

Jesse Cook in San Francisco, CA
Event on 2016-02-04 20:00:00
***Tickets on sale 9/18***
Tickets are & | increase day of show

Password pre-sale begins Monday, 9/14 at 10AM PST and concludes Thursday, 9/17 at 11:59PM PST.

Pre-sale password: YEEHAW

On Sale: Friday, 9/18 at 10AM PST

Tickets are available online through

Tickets are also available at the Palace of Fine Arts Box Office or by calling 415-567-6642.

All ages | Reserved
Doors are at 7:00 PM | Show at 8:00 PM

HELP WANTED! Emporium Presents is looking for quality street team members to help spread the word. If interested please email to find out more information.

For more information about the artist, please visit

at Palace of Fine Arts
3301 Lyon Street
San Francisco, United States

The Decibel Magazine Tour 2016 – Abbath, High On Fire, SKELETONWITCH, Tribulation

The Decibel Magazine Tour 2016 – Abbath, High On Fire, SKELETONWITCH, Tribulation
Event on 2016-04-14 19:25:00
This event is 18 and over
The Decibel Magazine Tour 2016

Abbath, High on Fire, Skeletonwitch and Tribulation spearhead metal mag’s ferocious new tour this March.

Over the last four years, Decibel Magazine has redefined what a metal tour can accomplish. Creative and ambitious curation has unified artists from far reaches of the extreme universe who would never have the opportunity to tour North America together. The 2016 Decibel Magazine Tour continues that proud tradition, as Norwegian black metal legend Abbath takes his new band of the same name to war with Bay Area metallic institution High on Fire, Ohio thrash powerhouse Skeletonwitch and Swedish progressive black/death prodigies Tribulation (with regional openers in select markets to be announced soon).

The Decibel Magazine Tour has an impressive history of bringing extreme metal’s most notorious global icons to the stage, boasting headliners such as Behemoth, Cannibal Corpse, Carcass and At the Gates. This year, Abbath (former frontman of Norwegian black metal legends Immortal) will join that storied legacy to perform songs from not only Immortal’s fabled back catalogue, but brand new music from January’s self-titled debut as the band Abbath, on Season of Mist. It will be Abbath the band’s first tour on North American soil. Presented by Randall Amplifiers, ESP Guitars,, Season of Mist, eOne, Century Media and Prosthetic, the 2016 Decibel Magazine Tour will treat North American audiences to 23 grim and frostbitten dates, boasting a rich array of metal’s most riotous voices.

Of 2016’s four mainstage artists, the two that released new albums in 2015 placed high in Decibel’s notorious Top 40 Albums of the Year list: High on Fire, with seventh full-length Luminiferous, and Tribulation, with third effort The Children of the Night. High on Fire have already been honored with a dB cover and an authoritative Hall of Fame feature on 2002 album Surrounded by Thieves. Skeletonwitch have likewise graced dB’s cover, and their most recent album, 2013’s Serpents Unleashed, also cracked our Top 40. Their original track “Tragedy of Days” was one of the first installments in Decibel’s renowned Flexi Series, also celebrating its fifth birthday. And Tribulation will soon join them, recording a track that will appear in the Flexi Series next year.

While there’s plenty of time to stir up your corpsepaint for the 2016 Decibel Magazine Tour, here’s your chance to score a great deal and avoid standing in line. There will be a number of VIP premium packages available in each market, providing you with a limited edition T-shirt, 18 x 24 tour poster, “Skip the Line” pass, exclusive digital tour issue of Decibel Magazine and a coupon for 15% off a purchase on Indie Merch’s webstore. The price of this package is less than you would spend on a ticket and a tour shirt at the show! More details, including ticket info, are available at


Thursday, March 17 – Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage
Friday, March 18 – Charlotte, NC – Amos Southend
Saturday, March 19 – Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
Sunday, March 20 – Tampa, FL – Ritz
Tuesday, March 22 – Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey
Wednesday, March 23 – Austin, TX – Emo’s East
Friday, March 25 – Phoenix, AZ – Live Wire
Saturday, March 26 – San Diego, CA – North Park Theater
Sunday, March 27 – Santa Ana, CA – The Observatory
Monday, March 28 – Los Angeles, CA – The Regent DTLA
Tuesday, March 29 – San Francisco, CA – The Regency Ballroom
Thursday, March 31 – Portland, OR – Roseland Theatre
Friday, April 1 – Seattle, WA – The Showbox
Saturday, April 2 – Vancouver, BC – The Commodore
Tuesday, April 5 – Denver, CO – Gothic Theatre
Wednesday, April 6 – Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater
Thursday, April 7 – Minneapolis, MN – Mill City Nights
Friday, April 8 – Chicago, IL – The Metro
Saturday, April 9 – Cleveland, OH – Agora Ballroom
Sunday, April 10 – Toronto, ON – Opera House
Tuesday, April 12 – New York, NY – Webster Hall
Thursday, April 14 – Boston, MA – Royale
Friday, April 15 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer

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at Royale Nightclub
279 Tremont St
Boston, United States

Alejandro Escovedo Experience Retrospective

Alejandro Escovedo Experience Retrospective
Event on 2016-01-30 20:00:00

Alejandro Escovedo Experience:

Escovedo and the Experience take a deep dive into his rich 30-year catalog, plus homage to the numerous influences who have and still inspire Escovedo. Returning to close the residency are members of Elias Haslanger's award winning Church on Monday (4.5 star rating by premier jazz magazine, Downbeat), long-time AE orchestra cellist Brian Standefer. Expect the unexpected; Rolling Stone magazine (2013) said COM’s interpretation of Escovedo’s catalog “brought down the house.” Escovedo is also writing a new record produced by Peter Buck (REM) and Scott McCaughey.

Alejandro Escovedo is one with his muse and his music. Over a lifetime spent traversing the bridge between words and melody, he has ranged over an emotional depth that embraces all forms of genre and presentation, a resolute voice that weathers the emotional terrain of our lives, its celebrations and despairs, landmines and blindsides and upheavals and beckoning distractions, in search for ultimate release and the healing truth of honesty. Sometimes it takes the form of barely contained rage, the rock of punk amid kneeled feedback; sometimes it caresses and soothes, a whispery harmony riding the air of a nightclub room, removed from amplification, within the audience.

His rise has been gradual, a steady incline rather than a quick ascendance, but it has deepened and burnished his music, made it closer to the bone, where it begins to break, deepening his insight and his ability to find that insight in performance. His tireless touring, and dogged determination to place one album after another, has taken him through many musical scenes, remaining the same persona within each, of an artist who doesn’t settle for the easy way out.

“You just do your good work, and people care,” Alejandro says over the phone beginning a promotional tour for his latest work, Street Songs of Love, his tenth solo album. “I always believed, when I was a kid, that if you just worked hard, you would find fulfillment. I think I got a lot of that from my father, and my brothers. A working musician is all I ever wanted to be. Hard work, to stay true to what you want to do, and then eventually someone would notice for that very reason.”

It is a journey that has taken him from Texas to California to New York and back again to Texas, encompassing a breadth of music as varied as the many bands he was part of before embarking on a solo career. In the 1970s, he surfaced on San Francisco’s no-holds-barred punk scene centered around the Mabuhay Gardens in North Beach, a guitarist in the Nuns; Rank & File helped unite the disparate worlds of punk and country in the 1980s; and after he moved back to Austin, the True Believers combined all manner of Americana music in a harbinger of what was to come in Alejandro’s solo career which begun in 1992 with the album Gravity.


at City Winery
1200 Randolph Street
Chicago, United States