SPAZZ FEST VI Explodes with Entrepreneurial Gusto
SPAZZFEST continues the annual tradition of a multi-day, multi-venue event honoring the integrity of Greenville’s live music community while celebrating it’s established and continually growing music scene. This year, Spazzfest promoters partnered with Uptown Greenville to layer the existing popular event by showcasing the region’s entrepreneurial spirit and creative culture. Presentations from business and creative thought leaders, investor pitches from entrepreneurs, and a hack-a-thon were just a few of the events that will take place from Thursday, March 19 – Saturday, March 21, 2105 during SpazzFest. It’s a recipe of art meets ideas, which meets innovation, which leads to entrepreneurship in Greenville, NC. The event provides an opportunity for seasoned entrepreneurs to share their knowledge, legacy, and passion with young and brilliant start-ups based in our very own region of eastern NC. It is a platform on which entrepreneurs of all types, whether in the business sector, IT or the arts, can connect with one another, share ideas, talk about processes and next steps, enjoy incredible musical talent, and dream about the possibilities of the future, all in Greenville, NC.
‘Trep Talk, March 19th, 5pm – 6pm at Crossbones Tavern with Guest Speaker:
Paul Phillbon, owner and craft brew master of Duck Rabbit Craft Beer
Shark Tank @ SpazzFest March19th from 6pm – 9pm at Crossbones Tavern
Pitch your business idea for up to $4,000 in cash prizes
Register here: http://goo.gl/forms/3z6DXMtywh
Hack-a-Thon, March 21, 10am – 10pm, eAudit
Develop a mobile app with some of the area’s best coders!
Register at: http://hackathon.eaudit.com/
Golden Tickets to Spazz Fest V are available for purchase at www.spazz-fest.com, as well as The @ Limelight @ Tipsy Teapot and East Coast Music and Video in Greenville. For $50 these tickets include: entrance to all shows every day/night of Spazz Fest, admittance to the Opening Day Barbeque, access to VIP after-party perks, free Sunday morning Endurance Brunch at The Tipsy Teapot.
Spazz Fest operates as a not-for-profit festival directly benefits the performing artists, with additional proceeds being donated to independently owned small businesses and local organizations in Eastern North Carolina.