SL17B Music Fest Application
SL17B is coming and we are looking for Live Performers to open up the birthday celebrations. Our two day Music Fest, running June 19-20, will be the kick off for SL17B. Over a dozen performers will be chosen to share their musical talents with the Second Life community in an event that has become a SLB tradition. We welcome both new and veteran performers to apply and join us in wishing Second Life "Happy Birthday!"
Performance Policies
SET-UP WINDOW: Setting up for your show is time sensitive. We require that you show up an hour in advance of your performance time in order to make sure everything is working and ready for you to go on. This is for your benefit as well as the other performers, the stage crew and the audience. You will receive a one hour slot. This time slot includes your set up time. It is recommended that you do as much set up as possible off-site in order to facilitate a seamless start for your performance. Once your allotted time slot starts, the clock is ticking. It is important that you start and end on time because it is important to the schedule and fair to the performer after you.

PROPS LIMIT: There is a 350LI allowance for props and rezzable items for your show. The SL17B Community Celebration is not a place to bring your entire region, club or venue to show. Laggy, prim-laden displays do not do justice to your performance time, the audience, or the event. We do our best to provide versatile stages, but they may be unable to accommodate every setup. If your show and props exceed your 350LI allowance, you will need to create an abbreviated version of your show for this event.

PAYMENT and TIP JARS: We understand that in the past payment has been given to performers at the Music Fest. This year that will not be the case. We welcome you to rez a tip jar during your performance. The tip jar should not contain listening, spamming or excessive scripts. Donation kiosks will not be allowed.

STREAM: The use of the SL17B provided screen will be required.

RATING: The SL17B Community Celebration is a G-rated event. This means song lyrics as well as attire. It is a good policy to always use the “clean” versions of songs that are questionable. The stream will be cut if you do not heed the warning of the Stage Manager that the lyrics are not G-rated.

Submission of the application and acceptance of event rules is the responsibility of the performer and may not be done by a third party.

Please do not include any personal information beyond what is asked for on this form.

Thank you for taking the time to read these rules and guidelines, and thank you for being a part of the SL17B Community Celebration and Second Life®.
Do you understand and agree to the performance policies for SL17B's Music Fest? *
Avatar Name (NOT Display name) *
This is where a Mole will contact you in-world.
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Have you performed at the SLB before? *
A "no" answer does not lessen your chances of being accepted for this year's Music Fest. We are always welcoming of new performers and are excited about the opportunity to share new talents with the visitors to SL17B.
What is your musical genre? *
How would you describe your musical style, (i.e. Rock, Blues, Jazz, Country, Folk)? Elaborate as you see fit. Feel free to share a few of your favorite performance numbers.
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Do you currently perform in Second Life? *
If you do perform in SL, please give us a time and location (SLurl) where we might be able to come and hear you.
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What is your availability for an audition? *
We are asking that applicants for the Music Fest be available to do a 30 minute performance at the Bellisseria Fairgrounds sometime in the coming months. We will be hosting performance showcases every other week on Wednesdays from 10am-Noon SLT and on Fridays from 5-7pm SLT at the Fairgrounds and inviting the community to come and participate. Please select the time that most often fits your schedule. A Mole will be in touch to finalize a date and time with you.
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