Girl at the Rock Shows is creating Live Music Reviews and Album Reviews
3

patrons

$28
per month
I can’t stop. The itch is just too great. People have tried to get me to stop, but I just can’t. It’s my drug of choice and there’s no stopping me. Heroin? No. Meth? No. Alcohol? No. No, it’s a much more expensive habit… live concerts.

I go to a concert almost every night of my life. I have met some of the coolest people and had some of the best experiences because of it.

My goal for this blog is to write about the experiences that keep me itching for the high of a live concert. I don’t want to just write about the music, I want to write about the crowd, the mosh pits (or lack there of), the fashion… I want to write about everything that the mainstream music bloggers will not write about. I plan on writing after every show I go to no matter how dumb or small or huge. Every live concert has a new and different experience.

Unfortunately, I don't get paid to cover these shows and actually end up paying out for parking, gas, and even tickets. If you like reading my ramblings day after day and are in a position to help me out, it would be greatly appreciated. If you can't, don't worry about it! Please just continue reading and sharing!
Tiers
Introverts
$10 or more per month 0 patrons
You want to go to the show but won't leave your couch. You pick the upcoming show (I always list the next show I'm going to on my post) and I will live stream or text you a video of one song from the band of your choosing.
Rockstars
$25 or more per month 0 patrons
You pick the album, I'll buy it (if I don't already have it) and review it. Doesn't matter what genre, how old... anything. The only stipulation is it has to be an album I'll be able to buy on Amazon or at a local record shop. 


The review will be shared on my website just like all of my other bands so, if you are in a band, this would be a great promotional tool only beware-- I don't sugar coat.


Goals
$28 of $150 per month
I would love to hit the $150 point in order to help with parking.

If you average out me doing 5 shows a week at $6 a night for parking, that's roughly $120 a month without counting "event nights" when parking is closer to $20 a night and the nights where I hop from show to show and pay double parking. 

If you like what you're reading, please help me out so I can continue doing this!
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I can’t stop. The itch is just too great. People have tried to get me to stop, but I just can’t. It’s my drug of choice and there’s no stopping me. Heroin? No. Meth? No. Alcohol? No. No, it’s a much more expensive habit… live concerts.

I go to a concert almost every night of my life. I have met some of the coolest people and had some of the best experiences because of it.

My goal for this blog is to write about the experiences that keep me itching for the high of a live concert. I don’t want to just write about the music, I want to write about the crowd, the mosh pits (or lack there of), the fashion… I want to write about everything that the mainstream music bloggers will not write about. I plan on writing after every show I go to no matter how dumb or small or huge. Every live concert has a new and different experience.

Unfortunately, I don't get paid to cover these shows and actually end up paying out for parking, gas, and even tickets. If you like reading my ramblings day after day and are in a position to help me out, it would be greatly appreciated. If you can't, don't worry about it! Please just continue reading and sharing!

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Tiers
Introverts
$10 or more per month 0 patrons
You want to go to the show but won't leave your couch. You pick the upcoming show (I always list the next show I'm going to on my post) and I will live stream or text you a video of one song from the band of your choosing.
Rockstars
$25 or more per month 0 patrons
You pick the album, I'll buy it (if I don't already have it) and review it. Doesn't matter what genre, how old... anything. The only stipulation is it has to be an album I'll be able to buy on Amazon or at a local record shop. 


The review will be shared on my website just like all of my other bands so, if you are in a band, this would be a great promotional tool only beware-- I don't sugar coat.