We encourage all industry professionals from singers, songwriters, musicians, producers and engineers from publicists, business managers, entertainment attorneys, promoters and venue managers, music educators and students to be a part of our collective voice.
We’d like to amplify the sound of Georgia’s music industry by coming together to discuss how we can work with Legislators to grow the music industry in Georgia.
Georgia Music Day is an opportunity for our members to visit with their legislators. As one of their constituents, you can speak to them on the impact of the music community on their district. Tell them about you, your business and the importance of growing music in Georgia.
If you have questions or want more info, we will have informational conference calls next week. Monday, February 29th at 10:30 am and Tuesday, March 1st and 9am and 2pm. Space is limited. Please RSVP to email@example.com.
Here is a rundown of schedule. We understand that we have jobs and busy schedules so if you aren’t able to make it for the entire time that is OK.
Please note that this schedule is subject to change:
9:30am – Reminder to bring Government issued ID to enter Capitol.
10:00am – Members can go to either Senate or House Gallery for reading of the Georgia Music Day Resolution
10:15-10:30am – Music Resolutions read in Senate and House
10:30-11:30am – Please contact your legislators phone to let them know you will be at the Capitol for Georgia Music Day.
Invite them to our program at noon and see if they are interested in setting up a meeting with you.
12:30 pm – Katie Deal and Brandon Bush to perform opening song
12:35pm – Speakers TBA
12:40pm – Speaker of the House, David Ralston to speak
12:45pm – Ed Roland of Collective Soul
12:50pm – Yacht Rock Revue
1:00pm – Group photo on North Wing steps
7:00pm – Georgia Music Night at Venkman’s – 740 Ralph McGill Blvd NE, Atlanta, GA 30312
A portion of the proceeds will go to support GMP’s advocacy efforts.
If you aren’t able to join us in person, please join the growing number of businesses and schools that will be wearing their favorite band t-shirt in support of Georgia Music Day. Show your support by posting your photos with the hashtag #GeorgiaMusic.