Houston’s Holiday Hangover celebrated local music

January 18, 2014 by  

A selection of music-loving Houston residents had a different way of recovering from the Christmas holiday this year. The Holiday Hangover Hell Yeah concert, held at Warehouse Live on Saturday, December 28, allowed attendees to escape the holiday hustle and bustle by offering a diverse lineup of performers over the course of the night.

The concert started at 8:00 pm, and the performances were spread out over several different stages, with different sets beginning at regular intervals. The concert was intended to celebrate the Texas music scene, and among the performers were Dallas group Ishi, and Austin bands Wild Child and Quiet Company. Musical styles varied from indie-soul to electronica to folk.

In addition to viewing concerts on multiple stages, attendees also had the chance to visit the VIP Lounge, which was sponsored by a local brewing company. Food trucks were on hand throughout the night so any peckish partiers had options for snacking without having to leave the party.

Promoting a festival featuring mostly local acts can be aided by a local printing company, which can be a great partner for creating marketing materials that will catch the eye and provide the necessary information about the event. Posters and flyers are great for posting on public message boards and hanging in windows. Postcards can be mailed out to potential attendees who have already shown interest in similar events and handed out at public events, like farmers markets, holiday events, and more.

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