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The GroovaLottos Phunk Hits 2018 Tour Still Has Opportunities For Sponsors
Non-profit arts and education organization gears up for its second annual summer street concert tour, expanding beyond Cape Cod and into other cities and town around New England and beyond. Great opportunities for sponsors.
By: Song Keepers, LTD
The community-based music tour that brings soul-funk-blues to the people directly, has received support from the Boston Arts Council, Brockton, Provincetown, Wellfleet, and Plymouth Cultural Councils, as well as support from the Osborne Trust and private donors. Song Keepers announced that there are additional opportunities for sponsorship, especially for companies looking to do product promotion for healthy lifestyles. "We went from being a Cape Cod project to an inter-state tour in a year," explained Song Keepers president, Billie J Atkins, II. In particular the sponsorships would support the participation of student musicians, ages 12 - 18 in the tour, including travel costs and equipment. Last years tour reached over 400,000 people through performances on Cape Cod and in Plymouth County alone.
Members of Song Keepers' Artist Mentoring Program formed the spoken-word collective Soul Poet's Syndicate and produced an anti-opioid anthem and music video called "Flippin'"; addressing the opioid crisis that is ravaging communities across the country, particularly Native and Black Americans.
Song Keepers Ltd (SKL) is a 501c3, non-profit, professional arts and education organization formed in 2012; dedicated to the preservation and continuation of traditional and contemporary music of Native American and Black American people. Our mission is to expand and enhance the social and educational experiences and opportunities of our communities through the development and implementation of programs, project and events that engage our communities as presenters, participants and audiences. All donations are tax deductible.
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