Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Upcoming Events! march 13, march 14, 2009

I just got a couple of cool announcements from The A List! group members. I love getting the updates and information from the peeps. These networkers and marketers are non-stop on the Second Life grid. They create events, they tie-in with other groups and they share their resources.

Just got one from Queen Coronet over at The Underground group. I included a screen shot of the flyer (how the heck do I get the flyer onto my desktop... help guys! LOL!) Anyway, I'm a marketer... not much of a techie... still looking for the plug to the laptop haha!

Crack Monkey Cove

The flyer is an announcement for the Prevent Cancer Foundation. Queenie and Bridgitte Boucher (owner of The Underground) are coordinating the dj's and event. Contact them for more info on the event for Friday, March 13, 2009.

The line-up is impressive and non-stop from 10:00am to 8:00pm and includes DJ's from around the world: Clastix Enzo, Radi Roffo, Lara2x Nardoo, Artec Amat, Adamatic Aeon, GaryN Ansome, Wiu Bing, Init Hubble (personal fav!), Evermore Noel, and Jasminx Saenz (owner of Divaz). From Japan to the USA, these dj's will be pumping out the tunes!

An auction is happening, too. Bid on your favorites: Solange Daviau, Queen Coronet, Init Hubble, Lanne Wise, Magz Schmooz, Casha Fall, Ryz Uriza, TheArtfullone Skytower, Soreal, ProDee and more. This auction coincides with the annual gala for Prevent Cancer Foundation in the real world.

Black Box

Also coming up on Saturday, March 14, 2009, is Black Box's provacative event called, Electronic Music Militants. (5) dj's are lined up from 9:00am to whenever it ends after 6:00pm. DJ's included are Evermore Noel at 9:00am, Stefan Chrousch at 10:00am, Robot Recreant at 12:00pm, Martino Bamasian at 2:00pm and finally Tiari Eun at 4:00pm to the end of the event. Black Box is owned by Stefan Chrousch and partners from United Beats group.

NEVER boring on the grid. There is always a party or event. Get out there and enjoy and support these party and event makers. Event planners in Second Life work just as hard as they do in the real world. Their reward? ...the satisfaction that they made a fabulous event, and that we had a great time! Woot!

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