2014 MAMAs Red Carpet Experience to be Live Streamed

Recent News 16 Jun 2014

MAMAs Red Carpet ExperienceOnce again, Local Sounds is excited to present the annual Red Carpet Experience at the Madison Area Music Awards (MAMA’s) on Sunday, June 22 starting at 5:00pm.  Local arts collective Project Famous will host this year’s red carpet and interview nominees and winners throughout the evening.

For the first time in the history of the MAMA’s, the Red Carpet Experience  will be live streamed over the Internet. Local music fans from all over the world who cannot attend the ceremony in person can tune in from their computers or mobile devices. Viewers will be able to catch all the action on the red carpet before the show and watch highlights and winner interviews during the awards ceremony.  Viewers will also be able to interact with the show and fellow viewers by following the conversation on Facebook and Twitter using the hashtag #MAMARC2014.

The 2014 Red Carpet Experience is sponsored by BIMvid, Backflip Films, Yahara Music Library, Project Famous, High Noon Saloon, The Brink Lounge and Flow Enterprises.

If you plan on attending the MAMA’s in person, tickets are $20 per person and are available for purchase at the door or online by visiting: http://overturecenter.com/production/madison-area-music-association-mama-awards

If you cannot attend in person be will be watching online, tickets for the Live Stream are free with a suggested donation of $10. For more information on the live stream, visit: http://localsounds.org/scene-development/events/mamas-red-carpet-experience/

Put it on your calendar and remember to tune in on June 22 at 5:00pm at http://localsounds.org/watch-the-mamas/

Additional details can be found on the event’s official Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/events/284424895060524/?ref=22

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Matt Jacoby

Matt is one of the co-founders behind Local Sounds, a web interface designer, local drummer, supporter of local music, and all around kick ass guy. He occasionally contributes to Local Sounds Magazine.

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