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    The total estimated costs of the music festival are $6,427,783. Since some costs are fixed and other costs vary due to different pay structures, my calculations are based on the high fixed costs. So, the total costs may be higher or lower than estimated. The total cost of the bands is $6,335,000. I estimated the venue cost based on the higher costs to allow for enough funding if needed. The total cost of the venue is $25,000. Other costs estimated to be 67,783. Venue cost. The GREENSBORO COLISEUM COMPLEX FACILITY has two options, the COLISEUM ARENA, and the WHITE OAK AMPHITHEATRE. According to their website” The cost of this venue is the greater of $5,000.00 minimum rental fee vs. 12% of gross admission receipts after taxes, computed…

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    locations and get estimates from various venues to fit your budget. Proposing a budget early on will be helpful in keeping your expenses in check. The bigger the event, the more money it will cost. There are several factors that will play a significant part in your budget. Food, entertainment, decorations, and supplies are just some that you need to consider. Decide if it is better to have the event catered or have a potluck. If you go with the catering option then you should have an idea…

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    Studies Research Assessment Task Overview Music venues play a very important role in society. Before musicians could physically record their work, the only way for people to experience music was to see it live, at some type of venue. Whether it be a bandstand or arena, music has been bringing people, musicians and their art together for a long time. That’s a venue’s fundamental purpose. Through technological advances, the music scene has grown and developed rapidly since the mid-20th century.…

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    Music And Hearing Loss

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    While analyzing four scholarly articles regarding my proposal that music benefits health, nearly all the sources were thorough and provided evidence and facts that supported my proposal. The four sources were all found in scholarly academic journals. Two of the articles supported my proposal and the other two displayed issues in music and how it affects our health negatively. An analysis of the strong and weak points of each source is required to derive a sufficient conclusion. In the article,…

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    Music is a word that brings feeling of comfort to me and many other people. Music is something that can change your entire mood, week, how your day is going, etc. There are so many different kinds of music, and they appeal to many different kinds of people all over the world. As fans of these types of music and performers, it is our job to support the artists in their career. This being said, the reasons why a person would go to a concert are endless. Whether it be for the experience, the chance…

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    Our Event, Diggin’ It Music Festival The Augusta Christian volleyball team held their first ever Diggin’ It Music Festival at the Columbia County Amphitheater on Saturday, September 9th. The bands I AM SPARTACUS and Brooke McBride hired through GigMasters, played to a smaller than anticipated yet lively audience. Corey Arbogast, the high school volleyball coach, and booster club arranged the event as a fundraiser for the volleyball team. The whole Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) was invited…

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    John Thought Garden

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    “Architecture describe as frozen music, landscape as thawed music”, this is my favorite sentence from the book . The author of the book--John Powell was using the eyes of artist to look our world. Landscape is described as a dynamic and flowing thing. It has more similarity with music. In other words, the way we feel landscape is quite similar with how we feel music. We could get different feeling, receive different experiences in different sections and time of a music, so does in landscape. It…

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    Kiss Land Concert Report

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    preform live in such an amazing venue. The concert was at the Bayou Music Center in Houston, Texas. The venue could hold around 5000 people, and had both standing and sitting room. There was approximately 3000 standing tickets and 2000 seating tickets available for the concert. I was surprised at how big the venue seemed once we got inside. Since I had never been to a concert before it was a bit overwhelming seeing that many people packed into the music hall. Our tickets were located in the…

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    I. Introduction A. Attention getter: Have you notice how music is part of our lives? We hear music in our cars, coffee shops, department stores and even supermarkets. Going a day without music is hard to avoid. B. Reason to listen: Just for a moment think of your favorite song. A song that reminds you of your first kiss, prom or just first dance at your wedding. Music can transport you to a specific place and moment in your life. There’s nothing like the connection and that feeling you get with…

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    In New York City, there are many attractions, and historical landmarks to visit. One landmark that I would genuinely love to visit would be Camegie Hall. As someone who is very involved in music, I have always dreamed of visiting there. Carnegie Hall is one of the most prestigious music venues in America. My high school choir was invited to sing there under Dr. Johnson, who is the choral director at the University of Kentucky, but unfortunately, getting Harlan County School Board approval was…

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