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2015 Pops Listing

List your pops attractions in Symphony magazine!

Symphony once again offers the opportunity for artist managers and self-represented artists to list their pops attractions, by genre, in the fall (September) issue of the magazine. This listing includes the name of the artist or attraction, management company, contact e-mail, and website. Listings serve as a reference guide for orchestra decision-makers charged with booking their pops seasons. In addition to inclusion in the magazine, these pops listings will also be included on The Hub, the League’s daily online news aggregator, in mid September.

Purchase your Pops listing using our ”Pops Listing” form. Each listing is just $100 with an additional $50 for each added genre.

You can also make a bigger impact by purchasing an expanded pops listing. This expanded listing includes a 30-word description of your artist or attraction, and a headshot or company logo.

In addition, if you purchase an ad in the fall (September) issue of Symphony magazine, artists or groups appearing in the ad will be listed in the pops listing free of charge.*  In order to receive your free listing, your artist must appear in the ad.  To purchase an ad in this issue, please use the “Pops Listing (with Ad)” form to reserve your space and submit your listings.

Symphony magazine’s 2015 media kit can be found here.  Visit Symphony’s pops listing from 2014 here.

The deadline for submitting your pops attractions is July 17th. For any questions on the pops listing section of Symphony magazine, please e-mail Steve Alter at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

*Ads under ½ page receive up to 8 complimentary listings with the purchase of an ad.  Ads larger than ½ page receive up to 15 complimentary listings with the purchase of an ad.

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