We’re having a meeting and we want you to come!
Massif is a non-profit society, and we have an annual general meeting every year to review how we did and where to go from here.
Next year is our FIFTH (!) anniversary and we’ve got some big changes lined up for 2020. So WE WANT YOU to come help us make it happen!
If you’re interested in helping to continue bringing diverse, underrepresented music to the Kootenays, come find out about us, our motivations and our future at our annual general meeting on December 11 at 6pm. Location TBA.
Register for our FREE rock camp for girls and non-binary youth! Registration limited to 12 participants, so sign up at Nelson District Youth Centre (608 Lake St) now!
Just a friendly reminder to mark Le Petit MASSiF in your calendars! May 25, $10 at the door. Help us raise some funds and kick off our MASSiF2019 season!
Headliners the Foul English, with locals the Adits, the Tarholes, and Larch.
We’re back for our fourth year!
More announcements coming, so go get your pass now: Adult passes $60, youth passes $40. Early bird pricing till August 1. Available online at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/2019-massif-music-tickets-61071607823
But first, Le Petit MASSiF Launch Party!
Our annual launch party, Le Petit Massif, kicks off on May 25th at the Royal. $10 at the door. Come blow your minds with Massif alumni The Foul English, the Tarholes, Larch and newcomers the Adits.
See you at MASSiF 2019! Presented by our best friends, Nelson Brewing Company.
We are so excited to share that we received a big grant to help pay for our bands! Stoked that BCAC supports our mandate. If you didn’t know, this is us and why we do what we do:
About MASSiF Music Festival Society
Massif Music Festival takes place in Nelson BC, on the land of the Syilx tmixʷ(Okanagan), Sinixt, and Ktunaxa. Founded in 2016, Massif Music Festival Society is a non-profit music promotion society with a volunteer board of directors who designate roles to volunteer committees.
MASSiF Festival happens every year on the third weekend in September, at venues within downtown Nelson.
MASSiF Festival is almost entirely supported by festival pass holders and community business sponsors and donations. All of our profits go to the artists.
MISSION: To bring underrepresented music to the Kootenay region, within an intimate and unique festival experience designed to foster connections among artists and between fans, featuring a carefully curated line up of diverse, underground and overlooked musicians.
VISION: A regional music festival featuring acts conscientiously chosen to represent diversity within the underground music scene.
– Create a supportive festival opportunity for women and non-binary artists.
– Provide local bands and aspiring Kootenay musicians a place to be inspired and to perform.
– Champion underrepresented music.
– Expose rural festival-goers to music not otherwise available in the Kootenay region.
The grant is for Project Assistance from the British Columbia Arts Council (read more here: https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2019TAC0032-000798?fbclid=IwAR1Rt_Nj3W0trtuYyW4dSGWtlged-vziSekFL6MKDNbKAyLG1bXvHzSdpCA)
We got 144 submissions, and we have to make some tough choices as we narrow it down to less than 25 bands for the festival. We will be in contact with your band after April 1, 2019, so please don’t email to check on your submission 🙂
And now, we’ve got a lot of work to do! Thank you for supporting MASSiF 2019!!
WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING BAND SUBMISSIONS for MASSiF 2019!
Fill out our questionnaire here: https://goo.gl/forms/JGHZXgbTyrQVLmxS2.
Submissions are open until February 14th, 2019.
We’re opening Band Submissions for MASSiF 2019 on December 14!
Stay tuned… We’ll post details on Friday!
We’re planning 2019 now! Give us a hand by filling out a quick survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QB9CJDS
Strange Breed Photo by Bobbi Barbarich
The Massif Music Festival is created and produced by the Massif Music Festival Society, a non-profit, volunteer-run organization. Our Board of Directors includes 6 people, each of whom is in charge of a committee (bands, sound, sponsorship, volunteers, design, promotions).
As a non-profit society, we are required to host an Annual General Meeting, and it’s open to the public. We’ll go over the budget and each committee head gives a report, then we vote in new board directors. If you’d like to learn more about us, get involved or become a board member, come to our AGM!
Thursday December 6, 7pm at 810 Silica St, Nelson BC. Drinks and snacks will be served.