2020 has brought challenging times for all live events - but especially small and medium independent events. We at ID&C are looking to the horizon and we want to give something back to our community. Live events are so important to us - in fact, they're what made us.
We're offering $10,000 of our products to event organizers, to support the return of the next generation of events. T&C's apply
We want to partner with event producers because we're passionate about the community they develop; whether it's music festivals, sporting events, or local markets. Live events have shaped the individuals at ID&C into who they are today.
I’ve been involved with festivals in different ways for the past 15 years. One of my favorites was Music on the Green in Bearsted, England. For three years I got to see the community have fun at a family friendly festival, while raising over 60k for charities at the same time. It’s a great reminder of how you can make an impact and entertain people at the same time.
I’ve loved getting to watch, participate, & attend the Friendly City Flea as it has grown over the past year. It’s amazing to see so many local people realize talents and ambitions to produce unique goods and then watch as the community comes forward to embrace them. Every time I visit I find a new creator to follow and new things to adore.
When I first started working at ID&C I got the chance to go to Bonnaroo. It was amazing - bringing that many people together creates so much fun energy! It was so cool to see all of the different things going on at the festival - obviously the music was amazing, but there was so much food, art, fashion, and other stuff to take in. I look forward to going every year.
Not just a music festival, Boomtown is a fictitious city. Roaming the streets for the first time in 2012 expecting to hear great music, but i got to experience so much more. Music, theater & design came together to make an immersive experience that has inspired me to achieve the same levels of creativity in my career.