"an entertainment strategy to float your bottom line"
There are two ways to think of entertainment for your fundraiser: as a line-item expense , or as a partner. A partner can help you build your brand and grow your audience not only for the first year, but for years to come. Non-profit professionals everywhere confirm the long-term advantage of investing in the second strategy versus the pitfalls of cutting corners with inexperienced talent, or worse--ill-marketed talent.
Three Sheets to the Wind balances the experience and polish of a corporate and private event band with the draw of a seasoned festival headliner. Additionally, the band eschews quantity of dates in a given market (therefore diluting its draw) in favor of quality--ensuring that people pay attention when you hire Three Sheets for your fundraiser.
"Multi-purpose is no purpose" reads the first rule of marketing. The focused mission of Three Sheets comes complete with an easily identifiable tag line to aid you with sponsor solicitation and ticket sales. When you book "America's #1 Tribute to Yacht Rock," you have instantly identified the kind of music and vibe of your event.
Notoriety is important when investing in a band for your fundraiser. Let's turn the Recent Accolades listed below into dollars for your cause.
Finally, be sure to ask about our 10% discount for qualified not-for-profit groups. We are fortunate, and are proud to give back when we can.
“BEST COVER BAND”
Style Weekly "Best of Richmond"
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
Richmond Magazine Best & Worst
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 20115, 2016
“THE AISLE A-LIST”
Richmond Bride Magazine
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
“BEST BAND IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA”
Virginia Living Magazine 2012, 2014,
“TOP 5% OF ALL WEDDING BANDS
WeddingWire Couple's Choice Awards
2013, 2014, 2015
Better Parties Through Technology
Zero volume complaints:
All band members use in-ear monitors--an investment which eliminates 6 to 8 on-stage speakers. Guitar, bass, and keyboards are all run direct into the audio console, eliminating even more stage volume. The result is crisp, well-controlled audio on a clean stage.
No sound board in the middle of the room:
Our yachting-attired sound engineer mixes the show remotely from an iPad. We keep the sound board hidden by the stage, and out of the way of your guests.
One band, one bus:
Band, crew, and gear travel in the 24’ long shuttle bus, known to the world as “The Steely Van.”
Decreased decor budget:
Unlike bands who use incandescent fixtures, our all-new-for-2016, nautically themed, LED lighting setup conserves energy, and provides an exciting, yet tasteful compliment to the performance.