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Newburgh Jazz and Doowop Series on the Move
After months of anticipation Ferry Godmother Productions announces the new site for the Newburgh Jazz Series and the Newburgh Doowop Series. It will move to the Arboretum in Thomas Bull Memorial Park in Montgomery NY.
Ferry Godmother Productions Executive Producer, Aquanetta Wright, announced that it would be moving from their Newburgh waterfront after 5 years to accommodate the growing size and popularity. Concerts will continue to be free admission
and open to the public.
Aquanetta “the Ferry Godmother” states “I am very excited about this incredible opportunity for growth and I will continue to use these events as a means of bridging cultures, strengthening communities
and stimulate the economy”.
PProposals are now available for businesses that want to be a part of this major expansion. There will be a press conference with government officials to announce the relocation followed by a sponsor mixer. This event is “by invitation only” for anyone seriously interested in being an event sponsor.
For more details about the event or to receive a detailed benefits proposal email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (225) 366-2442.
All of the Ferry Godmother Productions are known for their flare and uniqueness in bringing together quality musicians on one stage. The Newburgh Jazz Series is one of the most anticipated Summer Music Concert series in the Hudson Valley, now in its 6th year, it has grown exponentially to over 12,000 attendees.
Each series feature a variety of jazz styles including Latin, Big Band, Improv,
Blues and more.
Ferry Godmother Productions was founded
in 2006 by Aquanetta Wright. Known for being a community activist Ms. Wright was aggressive, progressive and seminal. Aquanetta was commited to helping the City of Newburgh by bring quality musicians and unearthing a new idea in music presentation for the city.
Aquanetta says “It’s the right time for us to carve out a stronger jazz presence and expose more residents to the greatest American made art form. Our events draw visibility, publicity and tourism as they bridge the generations”.
With more room and better access, there is the ability to get more creative with bookings, production, layout and vendors. At the new site there will be room for more dance performances, fashion shows, arts & crafts, and many more vendors including those who sell food. There will also be a component added for promote community service and youth internship opportunities.
In addition to the themed events, for example Veteran Day, and Earth Rhythms, the producer plans to diversify this year introducing new on-site themed events like Senior Day and Wedding Day.
All the concerts are sponsor driven, any business interested in a great promotional opportunity contact the Ferry Godmother today! If you are interested in vendor or volunteer opportunities contact us asap for an application.
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