VideoSign Inc. and the VideoSign Network Proudly Presents
Day of 1000 Musicians
WHEN: Saturday, July 21, 2018 – 12 noon to 9:00PM (rain date Sunday, July 22, 2018)
WHERE: Firemen’s Park, 2275 Dorchester Rd, Niagara Falls, ON
Bringing amateur and professional musicians together for a day of music culminating with 1,000 musicians performing 6 songs in one big production. Our goal is to raise money for local charities including music for therapy programs in the region.
12:00 – 12:30 – Doors open and opening ceremonies
12:30 – 4:30 – Live Bands (to be announced)
6:00 – 7:00 – 1,000 Musician Performance (times are approximate)
7:30 – 8:30 – Final band performance (to be announced)
8:30 – 9:00 – Closing Ceremonies
The video below illustrates what happened when 1000 musicians gathered at Rockin’ 1000 to perform AC/DC’s It’s a Long Way to the Top!
Public Admisssion: Free (cash donations or non-perishable food items gratefully accepted in support of Project SHARE)
Enrollment for Musicians – Free or pay $10 which includes a commemorative tshirt with a portion of the fee to be donated for local music therapy.
Register for Day of 1000 Musicians – select an option below by clicking on the title. You will be re-directed to the “product” page and you will be able to select a paid or free option unless you register as a volunteer. You will then add your selection to a “cart” and then you select “checkout” where you will fill in a registration form. You will then be emailed a username and password – please keep this in a safe place.
If you are registering for a paid option you will be directed to a Stripe payment form where you will add your payment details. You will receive an email notifying you of your payment.
Paid options: You will be able to pick-up your awesome commemorative t-shirt at the live event .
Free options: Please be advised that a limited stock of commemorative t-shirts can be purchased at the event for an estimated cost of $15 – first come-first served.
We are looking for 1000 musicians (250 guitarists, 250 bassists, 250 drummers, and 250 singers) – first come, first served.
We also need volunteers to help us out on the day of the event, set-up, tear down, cleaning, etc.
For more information please contact organizers John Fillion at 905-988-3348 or Paul K. Lemire at 905-353-7560