Mr. Webster defines a “menagerie” as a “a strange or diverse collection of people or things.” That’s exactly what you’re going to get with Rochester’s newest event!
I’m always going to think local Rochester, Minnesota events are very vogue, and this one is no exception. In fact, this is going to be a pretty badass collection of local music videos.
According to Tyler Aug and John Sievers, they’d like you to,
“Join us for a battle of the bands style music video festival on August 29th. In partnership with Spectrum ProAudio and the History Center of Olmsted County, the Minnesota Music Video Menagerie will be a drive-in event where attendees can tune into the audio on FM radio while watching the videos on the huge 53’x39′ screen all safely separated six feet apart in their own vehicles. Then use their headlights to vote for the top 5 videos.The top videos will be awarded prizes that in total are valued at more than $2,000 from area business that include a half day of recording at Carpet Booth Studios / Artist Family, a hall rental at Pure Rock Studios of Rochester, video production from Scopophile Productions, video production from Treedome, and more.The night will also include live music from Fires of Denmark and Jae Havoc. The Rochester Posse ‘s Rosei Skipper will MC the event.”
This is all happening on August 29th, at the History Center of Olmsted County.
Bands are more than welcome to submit their own music videos for the public to see, and there is no entry free for submission. John just asks that submissions are sent in by August 20th.
You can help make this happen by visiting this link.
See you there!