Seeking investors for a real estate/entertainment project with a ROI of 200% in 180 days!!!
by Ken Aiken
(Columbia, SC USA)
Valhalla, the newest music “theme park” on the Eastern Seaboard will host three music festivals during the months of July, August, and September annually. Valhalla will be the preeminent music venue that will offer cuisines from every continent to a retail shopping experience that will rival the Mall of Americas!
•There main events will be held and become signature events for Valhalla.
•Battle of the Musical Elite July 2013
•Country Gone Wild August 2013
•Valhalla Music Festival September 2013
•Battle of the Musical Elite is a seven day festival that is competitive in nature, but polite in execution. “BOME” will encompass every genre of music spanning the past six decades. Musical acts from the past would battle more current acts. Likewise, artists would battle other artists from their respective eras. Additional attractions would include food vendors, clothing and assorted paraphernalia stands, as well as various exhibits. In addition to being front row to see the biggest talent on the face of the planet, the opportunity for non-attendees to order the individual or series concerts via pay per view, mobile streaming, or online.
•Country Gone Wild is geared towards lovers of every style of country music from Bluegrass to more contemporary Country music. Held for three days, the festival aims to showcase Indie artists as well as internationally recognized artists. Additional attractions would include food vendors, clothing and paraphernalia stands, as well as various exhibits. Pay per view, mobile streaming, and online viewing will be offered for Country Gone Wild.
•Valhalla Music Festival is the pinnacle of musical festivals. It will surpass Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Counterpoint in its scope. Attendees will have the opportunity to see the next big talents and enjoy the artistic capacity of musical legends. The festival will be as wild as a theme park, but will give the attendees the feeling of being in a continuing Guns and Roses concert. It will allow every major label the opportunity to forgo the expensive costs of consumer satisfactions testing for real life, real consumer reactions. It also would give the independent labels to feature their rosters giving them an equal footing to reach the same consumers. Additional attractions would include food vendors, clothing and paraphernalia retail units, car shows/exhibits, competitions (various), as well as various exhibits.