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Temple's looking for an Acoustic Cafe Producer


Acoustic Cafe producer and host wanted

Hi there

Here is a fantastic opportunity to become involved in the industry, learn the ins and outs of producing a show, develop your sound and Mcing skills and get to work with some talented people!!

Unfortunately Julz, who has been hosting our Tuesday night Acoustic Cafes will no longer be doing the job. So we are currently looking for a replacement:

At minimum you will need to: Do the sound for each act (training provided) MC the night It is crucially important for us that you are reliable

You may be a singer / songwriter yourself and want an opportunity to perform every week, or, you may not want to perform and just run the nights.

In an ideal world we would also like someone who is very keen to become involved with the whole production and organisation of the night. This will include: Booking the acts (although a lot of the bookings will still be done here as a matter of course) Following the acts up to confirm their place and ensure they are promoting their gig Sourcing new acts Assisting with the promotion and branding of the night

If you decide to take on the whole production we can pay you a percentage of door sales and bar sales above our breakeven.

Basically it's the sort of job you will get as much out of as you put in!!!

mailto: nzmusic@temple.co.nz

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