HELP US REACH OUR GOAL :
100 members in 2019 !
Choose your type of membership:
GREAT BENEFITS - MEMBERSHIP EVENTS AND DISCOUNTS YEAR ROUND !!!
THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT !
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT SJF EVENTS THIS FALL
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Be part of a jiving community ! Attend Member Only events! Be the first to know about SJF events - Get discount to SJF events and partner events. Get Free T-shirt and discount on merchandise. Feel great about supporting local music! Your contribution is fully tax deductible!
Support local music - Sponsor a Band
Each year 30 - 40 bands perform at Spenard Jazz Fest, at house concerts, at our main stage festival and at numerous other community events. SJF pledges to pay all musicians $100 per set .
As a BAND SPONSOR you will receive invites to Members only events, meet the artists, get early warning/discounts at partner events (AKIMI, Parlor-In-The-Round), recognition on web and printed programs + original art work, branding, VIP seating and merch. Your contribution is fully tax- deductible
As an EVENT SPONSOR you can make your mark on an SJF event - be it a Main Stage Festival event , an upscale house concert or yard party or a community/business outreach concert. Your business will enjoy top branding with recognition on all web and print material . In addition we invite you to members only and meet the artist- events, give you early warning about and discounts for partner events (AKIMI, Parlor-In-The-Round) and you can enjoy free SJF attire and discounts on other merchandise. Your contribution is fully tax deductible!
Support YOUR local jazz festival through a musician membership! Be invited to Member Only events, get early warnings about our regular events, enjoy discounts at SJF and partner events ( AKIMI, Parlor In The Round are both partners with SJF). Get a Free T-Shirt, discount on 2019 Merch and more ! Your contribution is tax deductible!
SJF 2015 Tribute Artist Don Ricker's black and white wood cut is a tribute to the music of Spenard, fittingly set in a Log Cabin! Ricker's Log Cabin project won a Humanities Forum award earlier this year, and culminates in an exhibit during this festival.