Some other people actually DO charge others to attend a party

Jeff Romard

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Sep 4, 2006
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I'm having my 50th next year it's $150 to attend but if you're a member of ODJT I'll drop it to $100 just for you if paid and confirmed by January 1. You can watch the live stream for $49.99
 

Jeff Romard

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Sep 4, 2006
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scgstuff

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I'm having my 50th next year it's $150 to attend but if you're a member of ODJT I'll drop it to $100 just for you if paid and confirmed by January 1. You can watch the live stream for $49.99
Is Mix gonna be there? I might need a ride!
 

Jeff Romard

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Sep 4, 2006
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Sydney, Nova Scotia
If you are offering a ODJT EXTRA promo discounted price of only 99 cents for members with more than 3 years tenure, then I will sign up. Can the feed be saved in case I can't log in to watch the live feed right away? :)
Sure and I'll give you a see ya guarantee...When I can't see ya the guarantee expires ;)
 
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MIXMASTERMACHOM

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Oct 16, 2011
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I told ya this does happen. Not everyone has unlimited money to put on an event and afford to have people come for free. Like I said some are promoters that charge for people to come to an event they are promoting and very successful.
 

steve149

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Sep 26, 2011
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I told ya this does happen. Not everyone has unlimited money to put on an event and afford to have people come for free.
We agree .. but if you don't have the money, then DON'T put on the event !!!

Like I said some are promoters that charge for people to come to an event they are promoting and very successful.
Different ballgame .. as a "promoter" you have legal responsibilities to both the audience and to the record distribution companies that a DJ would not have. Are the people acting like promoters doing THAT legally?
 

EERobert

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Aug 11, 2013
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A lifetime ago, fresh out of college and not quite wanting to get a "real" job yet, myself and some friends started a business as concert promoters. We had to have the money to pay the bands, to rent the land, to pay insurance, etc. before the event ever happened. What we charged was based on what we had spent and what we hoped to make. Not having the money to do the event and hope that people coming was never a consideration.