Red Rocks Ambassador Auditions

May 8th, 2011

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ATTENTION BASSHEADS! AMBASSADOR AUDITIONS for Red Rocks in Morrison, CO on 6/18 launch NOW!

If you want to get behind the scenes and work as crew at our Red Rocks show, and you can 10000% commit your time from early in the day until after the show is over, post up your audition to the Bassnectar Facebook Wall.

It can be photo, video, and/or text, answering the following two questions:

– WHAT in your past qualifies you to represent Bassnectar as a responsible, *SOBER*, outgoing, motivated Ambassador?

– HOW will being an Ambassador make you a better person?

Your friends can also post testimonials of your qualifications.

Being an Ambassador is a big commitment, and puts you at the heart of a Bassnectar event. Please make sure that you are ready to be a sober, responsible representative of our Bass Community before you audition to participate. Ambassador duties include creating ambiance through various antics, monitoring the crowd for health and safety, and hydrating the crowd by pouring water in people’s mouths.

Auditions end Sunday, May 15th at high noon, MT.

We are so excited to bring Ambassadors to Red Rocks, and and thrilled to make some additions to the Ambassador family!

Lia

  • Kathrynlovesthatwomp

    Ahoy Lorin and crew πŸ™‚ @Bassnectar:twitter

    I am writing to you here today in order to reiterate my HUGEE desire to become an Ambassador. I know it says to post on the Bassnectar Facebook wall but just thought I’d hit ya up from every angle and show you my true devotion. The same devotion that you would see on the day of the Red Rocks show. I am a die hard Bassnectar fan. You have no idea. My friends think I’m crazy for the amount of excitement and enthusiasm I have for you music and live shows. I have been to three of your concerts and soon to be four. Red Rocks would be my fifth show and I was planning on going before I saw this wonderful opportunity. But unfortunately was a little short on money until today when I was about to buy my ticket and realized they had JUST sold out. So upsetting. Which is another reason why being an Ambassador would mean so much to me. I’d be able to go to the show AND help out, which would be amazing. I have be experienced the intensity within your crowds and know that when you need water, you NEED water. I appreciate after second of work the Ambassadors do and would LOVE to be one myself. Especially at Red Rocks. I live in Milwaukee, Wisconsin which is quite the long schlep but Colorado is my favorite place to be in the US and being there plus listening to your masterful music, I would be in heaven. This experience would give such a huge appreciation for your music and hard work — even more than before! And I couldn’t imagine a better way for me to be spending my time. I’m sure you probably have heard all of this before, but seriously this experience means so much to me and I would feel so honored and privileged to lend a willingly helping hand to my favorite artist ever πŸ™‚

    Yours Truly,

    Kathryn Ruesch – rues0030@d.umn.edu

    @kathrynnruesch:twitter

    P.S. Picture is of me, excited as ever, with my handmade Got Womp? shirt that my ever so clever little brother and I made together πŸ™‚ I taught him well and he is growing up to be a little basshead as well πŸ™‚

    • Anonymous

      again, kathryn, your facebook audition is being considered

  • Kathrynlovesthatwomp

    Ahoy Lorin and crew πŸ™‚ @Bassnectar:twitter

    I am writing to you here today in order to reiterate my HUGEE desire to become an Ambassador. I know it says to post on the Bassnectar Facebook wall but just thought I’d hit ya up from every angle and show you my true devotion. The same devotion that you would see on the day of the Red Rocks show. I am a die hard Bassnectar fan. You have no idea. My friends think I’m crazy for the amount of excitement and enthusiasm I have for you music and live shows. I have been to three of your concerts and soon to be four. Red Rocks would be my fifth show and I was planning on going before I saw this wonderful opportunity. But unfortunately was a little short on money until today when I was about to buy my ticket and realized they had JUST sold out. So upsetting. Which is another reason why being an Ambassador would mean so much to me. I’d be able to go to the show AND help out, which would be amazing. I have be experienced the intensity within your crowds and know that when you need water, you NEED water. I appreciate after second of work the Ambassadors do and would LOVE to be one myself. Especially at Red Rocks. I live in Milwaukee, Wisconsin which is quite the long schlep but Colorado is my favorite place to be in the US and being there plus listening to your masterful music, I would be in heaven. This experience would give such a huge appreciation for your music and hard work — even more than before! And I couldn’t imagine a better way for me to be spending my time. I’m sure you probably have heard all of this before, but seriously this experience means so much to me and I would feel so honored and privileged to lend a willingly helping hand to my favorite artist ever πŸ™‚

    Yours Truly,

    Kathryn Ruesch – rues0030@d.umn.edu

    @kathrynnruesch:twitter

    P.S. Picture is of me, excited as ever, with my handmade Got Womp? shirt that my ever so clever little brother and I made together πŸ™‚ I taught him well and he is growing up to be a little basshead as well πŸ™‚

  • Tsarmentrout

    Β I am a grandpa, so I know about good things. Sean Zippy LaBelle is a good thing. He is my student at Bainbridge High School in the Marine Science Class I teach. Sean is always surprising, always thinking and most notably, 100% dedicated to his friends, his planet, and his running (he is an awesome runner). Sean is definitely an artist of living. Every time he walks in the door of my classroom, it puts a smile on my face. Because I know that curiosity, humor and good will have just walked in. He has my highest recommendation to be an ambassador for you folks. Get him if you can. He will make you proud, too!I am a grandpa, so I know about good things. Sean Zippy LaBelle is a good thing. He is my student at Bainbridge High School in the Marine Science Class I teach. Sean is always surprising, always thinking and most notably, 100% dedicated to his friends, his planet, and his running (he is an awesome runner). Sean is definitely an artist of living. Every time he walks in the door of my classroom, it puts a smile on my face. Because I know that curiosity, humor and good will have just walked in. He has my highest recommendation to be an ambassador for you folks. Get him if you can. He will make you proud, too!

  • SCFLaBelle

    Β Hey, Lia, I changed my Facebook account settings so you can get in touch with me now.

    Thanks!

    –Zippy LaBelle

  • Michael MillsATX

    Hey Lia,
    I hear that some people can’t get messages from band pages and I don’t know how to change my settings so I can. Would you please respond to this or send me an email at Michael.MillsATX@gmail.com and let me know if I was chosen as an ambassador? Thank you so much and for the opportunity to audition as well. Peace and Love – Mills

  • Eibhlinn

    (sorry.my.space.bar.is.broken.so.i.have.to.type.like.this..)….are.you.taking.applications.for.
    ambassadors.for.bass.center.VI.in.seattle?

    • Yes.you.should.send.an.email.to.our.bassteam.address.which.is
      bassteam[at]bassnectar(dot)net

    • lesliebooher

      bahah
      get a keyboard before you send that email πŸ˜›

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