Saving Moon River: How the Festival Overcame a Sunday Rainout

Season 5, Episode 24 September 21, 2022 52m

Barry CourterLord Taco

Barry and Lord Taco spent some time with the folks who turned a rainy Moon River Sunday into a memorable impromptu concert at a Chattanooga concert venue. It's a case study in timing, luck, thinking outside of the box and building relationships. In about two hours, organizers were able to move a half dozen artists and 3,000 fans to a city-owned venue. And, the staff showed up to make popcorn, too.

Moon River co-founder Drew Holcomb, AC Entertainment President Ted Heinig, and others join the show to discuss the memorable weekend.

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Topic: Moon River

Guests: Ted Heinig, Drew Holcomb, Sam Fort, Courtney Keene, Nick Wilkinson

  1. Topics
  2. Moon River
  1. Guests
  2. Ted Heinig
  3. Drew Holcomb
  4. Sam Fort
  5. Courtney Keene
  6. Nick Wilkinson
  1. Seasons
  2. Season 5
  1. Hosts
  2. Barry Courter
  3. Lord Taco
In this episode
24:10Moon River co-founder Drew Holcomb jumped on a Zoom call with Barry and Lord Taco to describe how his idea, which said half in jest, to move the rained out Sunday portion of the festival moved to a city-owned venue in less than three hours.
27:40It might sound easy, or without consequences, but moving a major festival in mid-stride is not without risk. Barry and Lord Taco talk with the people who made it happen.
33:20AC Entertainment President Ted Heinig tells us some of the things that go into deciding to cancel a festival because of the weather.

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