About the event
Pyro a gathering around art, our festival community, families, friends, medicine music, dancing, nature, knowledge sharing, our tribe, love, and of course fire! The music genres we bring together inckude Medicine Music, Reggae, Americana folk, and world music that provides a constant heartbeat through Pyro, along with our individual input artistically as we all come together for what feels like some of our most important work yet; 2023 Pyro Art and Music Festival our 2023 tribal vision love quest!
Why should you sponsor?
We are excited to present our upcoming event, which is set to take place on June 2-4, 2023 in Garrettsville, Ohio. Our festival is a celebration of music, art, and community, and we are seeking your support to make it a success.
We are requesting financial or in-kind support in the form of sponsorship, which will allow us to take our event to the next level with an increased production budget, marketing, brand exposure, and community involvement. Your support will play a crucial role in the success of our event, and we believe that this partnership will benefit both our organizations as we seek to make this world a better and more loving place for all.
As a key sponsor of Pyro Music and Arts Festival, your brand will be showcased to thousands of festival-goers and will receive extensive exposure across a range of marketing channels. Your support will be instrumental in making this year's festival an unforgettable experience for all attendees. We feel that not only do our demographics closely align, but so do our psychographics. I have listed our sponsorship packages available for 2023. We are open to discussing further opportunities for partnership and collaboration, and we would welcome any ideas or suggestions that you may have.
The deadline for sponsorship commitment is May 26, 2023, and we would be grateful for your prompt response. If you require additional information or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at 412-908-1931 or by email at *****@****.***. Please feel free to visit our webpage at www.pyromusicfestival.com or our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pyromusicfestival.
We are also open to discussing future opportunities for partnership and collaboration, and we would welcome any ideas or suggestions that you may have. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have.
The Story of Pyro Joe and Music Festival Junkie Productions:
The first festival I put together was in 1996 on my grandparent's farm called “The Enchanted Forest,” also known as “Mud Fest” because it rained for 7 days before and all through the festival! It was a lot of work pulling this off with the health department on an undeveloped farm, and a true gift from my grandfather who was on the tractor with me around the clock to get compliant. My grandpa passed that fall at the age of 84, and this then led me to Nelson Ledges to meet the new owner who I made a deal with, and pulled off festivals in 1997/1998 as partners. I threw the two festivals that pushed the season before Memorial Day which was 420 fest and past Labor Day known as Gory at the Quarry! Then I became part of the team booking Mickey Hart, Willie Nelson who took me five years to book, Slightly Stoopid who took me four years of begging to book and many others through the crazy ride that ended for me sadly in 2018. I am now renting the park to throw Pyro Art and Music Festival which is my fire baby!
My grandparents built a roller rink in the 1950’s and I grew up in an environment that involved soul skates, live music, a disco ball and groovy lights, with people spinning around in circles under the mirrored ball, chasing light orbs with laughter and physical displays of their skating skills! My mom had a printer in our living room and was forever making flyers that had the skating party schedules on them with coupons. We then took them to the surrounding schools with me and my sister helping her pass them out. That really grew into to me making flyers and taking them to music festivals and handling them out everywhere. One year I gave out 250,000 flyers and went to as many as three festivals in one weekend in the late 90’s–when sleep wasn’t needed and music was my food… good times that now 23 years later feeds my family!
Our events consistently draw a crowd of $5,000 - 10,000 people and we have built a very extensive and collaborative community over the years. We are currently contracted with a beautiful nature-filled venue that includes 1000+ acres of forests, rock formations, a quarry, hiking and biking trails, a beach, and infrastructure that is built to handle every and all situations that may arise. We are looking for partners to expand our brand and extend out outreach.
Contact the Organizer
Contact the Organizer