MAINx24 To Have Music Merch Mall

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Ashley and the X’s
Ashley and the X’s

In partnership with ConcertHopper.com, Make Music Chattanooga is hosting a music merchandise mall during the annual MAINx24 celebrations on Saturday, Dec. 2, from 1-6 p.m. 

Bands and solo artists can sell their merchandise (CDs, T-shirts, posters, etc.) at this pop-up music merch mall. The event is free and open to the public. Merchants will keep 100 percent of income from their sales. 

More than 10,000 people attend various MAINx24 events, making this a location for music fans to meet and support their favorite local artists. 

The Music Merch Mall is open to all genres, with local artists Sam Killed the Bear, Danimal Planet, Ashley and the X’s, C-Grimey, Somebody Loves Somebody, and Paul Porceddu confirmed as participants. 

Participating merchants need to: return the registration form before Nov. 11; provide their own merchandise; supervise their table; handle their purchase transactions; have cash to make change and be able to accept credit/debit card payments (preferred, not required). 

Chattanooga area musicians can register now at concerthopper.com/musicmerchmall. The registration deadline is Nov. 11.

C-Grimey
C-Grimey


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