The official sponsor and partner deck for Treasure Island 2014!
OCTOBER 1819, 2014 SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 DAWSON LUDWIG firstname.lastname@example.org t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN email@example.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 Treasure Island Music Festival is a large scale, two-day celebration that features an exciting lineup of national, international and local art- ists coming together beneath the magnificent skyline of San Francisco. Location: Treasure Island, San Francisco Dates: October 18 & 19, 2014 Festival attendees experience more than just a spectacular music event. Festival experience includes a 60-foot Ferris wheel, a Silent Disco, as well as an underground-artist poster show rounding out the uniqueness of the Festival. Two stages of music featuring the worlds top artists and e merging talent Interactive lifestyle activities and attractions 14,000+ attendees per day Event attracts national and regional audience Geared toward passionate music and arts fans seeking an innovative festival experience Unique elements which celebrate the Bay Area THE 2014 FESTIVAL BECK TREASURE ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL 2
NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 DAWSON LUDWIG firstname.lastname@example.org t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN email@example.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 Adult. Aesop Rock Aloe Blacc Amon Tobin Animal Collective Antibalas The Antlers Antwon araabMUZIK Atoms For Peace Au Revoir Simone Battles Beach House Beck Beirut Belle & Sebastian Best Coast Bob Mould Brazilian Girls Broken Social Scene Built to Spill Buraka Som Sistema Cayucas Chester French !!! Chromeo Clap Your Hands Say Yeah The Coup Crown City Rockers CSS Cut Copy Dan Deacon Danny Brown Deadmau5 Death Cab for Cutie Death From Above 1979 The Decemberists Deep Sea Diver Dengue Fever The Devil Makes Three Die Antwoord Dirty Ghosts Disclosure Divine Fits DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist The Dodos Earlimart Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros Empire of the Sun Explosions In The Sky DJ Falcon Federico Aubele Film School The Flaming Lips Fleet Foxes Flosstradamus Flying Lotus Foals Four Tet Friendly Fires Geographer Ghostland Observatory Giraffage Girl Talk Goldfrapp Gossip Gotan Project Grimes Grizzly Bear Haim The Head and The Heart The Hold Steady Holy Fuck Holy Ghost! Honeycut Hospitality Hot Chip Imperial Teen IO Echo Jamaica James Blake Japandroids PAST PERFORMERS Joanna Newsom John Vanderslice Justice Kid Beyond The Kills K.Flay Kinky Kruder & Dorfmeister DJ Krush LCD Soundsystem Little Dragon Loquat Lord Huron Los Campesinos! LTJ Bukem M. Ward M83 Major Lazer Matthew Dear Maus Haus MGMT M.I.A. Miike Snow Mike Relm Mocean Worker Modest Mouse Monotonix The Morning Benders MSTRKRFT The Mumlers Murs The Naked & Famous The National Nortec Collective: Bostich & Fussible Okkervil River Or, The Whale Palma Violets Papercuts Passion Pit Phantogram Phosphorescent Poolside Port OBrien Porter Robinson The Presets Public Enemy Ra Ra Riot Real Estate Robert Delong Rogue Wave SBTRKT The Sea & Cake Sea Wolf Shabazz Palaces She & Him Sleepy Sun Sleigh Bells Spiral Stairs Spiritualized Spoon St. Vincent Street to Nowhere STRFKR Stephen Malkmus & The Jicks The Streets Superchunk Surfer Blood Tegan & Sara Thao with the Get Down Stay Down Thee Oh Sees Thievery Corporation Tokyo Police Club Tommy Guerrero Toro y Moi Trainwreck Riders TV On The Radio Two Gallants Ty Segall Tycho Vampire Weekend Vetiver The Walkmen Wallpaper The War on Drugs Warpaint Weekend West Indian Girl Wild Beasts Wild Belle YACHT Yo La Tengo Youth Lagoon Zion I TREASURE ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL 3
NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 DAWSON LUDWIG firstname.lastname@example.org t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN email@example.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 DEMOGRAPHICS INCOME 26% 16% 19% 14%7% 18% < $15k $15k - $45k $45k - $80k $80k - $120k > $120k Declined 52% 48% MALE FEMALE GENDER AUDIENCE CHARACTERISTICS Young professionals Taste makers of San Francisco Web/tech savvy Passionate music fans < 16 16 - 20 21 - 25 26 - 35 36+ 41% 37% 12% 8% 2% AGE TREASURE ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL 4
NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 DAWSON LUDWIG firstname.lastname@example.org t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN email@example.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 Complimenting all of the fantastic music, Treasure Island is known for tons of other fun activities, and this year was certainly no exception. The spectacular 60-foot Century Ferris Wheel was surrounded by an ever-changing eclectic mix of interac- tive installations and roaming performers. Below are just a few of the diverse offer- ings offered in 2013: CAMP D.I.Y. Camp D.I.Y. is part grown-up summer camp, part arts & crafts lounges. Workshop SF brought dozens of San Franciscos finest creatives to demonstrate how to get in- spired and make stuff like dream catchers, friendship bracelets, wood cut wearable art, screen printing, flower crowns, nail art, letterpress, hand-sewn beer koozies, patches and much, much more. To round out the summer camp experience, Alite hosted field day racing and games all weekend. Kelly Malone, Antlre Creative and over a dozen woodworkers and artists transformed the space into a camp wonder- land, thank to generous materials donations by Building Resources. ATTRACTIONS AND ROAMING PERFORMERS Throughout the day, giant Bubbles added a dreamy ambiance to Marco Cochranes breathtaking Bliss Dance structure, while a variety of unique installations added a surprise around every corner including Knit Bombing, Lillies Gigantium, and the Shelter.Co Lounge where you could truly get a glamping experience. At night, the sculptures illuminated: Sugar Cubes lit up the Silent Disco, the Flaming Lotus Girls Merope created a warm and fiery centerpiece in the Cove, Jelly Blooms danced through audience and the Balloon Chains arched in the wind over the whole fest. TREASURE CHEST Additionally, a variety of mobile entertainers like Electric Chaircuts, stilters, mon- sters, hula hooperseven flash Robot Dance Parties roamed the grounds mingling with all the lively attendees. SILENT DISCO A Treasure Island Music Festival staple, the Silent Disco rocked the Cove with the latest dance beats broadcast directly to 200 sets of headphones! Live DJs curated by Silent Frisco turned the tables all day and night exclusively to the masses danc- ing on the floor. THE PORCH STAGE The Porch Stage returned again to add to the entertainment in the Cove, with three incredibly fun acts, playing from 3pm onward each day. On Saturday, the crowd enjoyed Top 40 covers and requests from Diamond Dave. And Sunday, The Purple Ones payed homage to one of the most well known legends, Prince! Also Sunday morning, The Jerk Church Tabernacle Choir took the stage to break bread, share a cup and a song. (TRANSPORT)ATION GALLERIES AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS The (Transport)ation Galleries gave a chance for attendees to explore four walls of eclectic and quirky wonder. From grabbing a homemade cookie at Grahamas House to painting your treasure on the Artismobilus community mural, the box trucked provided an interactive twist for all the enjoy. TREASURE ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL 5
NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 DAWSON LUDWIG firstname.lastname@example.org t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN email@example.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 Hosting a festival at such a majestic site reminds us all of the importance of minimizing our carbon footprint. This year marked a seventh successful greening program, diverting up to 3/4 of our entire festival waste to recycling and compost. REDUCING EMISSIONS Stage generators were fueled with B20, a mix of 20% biodiesel, 80% diesel, which reduced emissions of hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide. Valet Bike Parking ser- vices were provided at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, where bikes could be securely parked and riders could take the zero-emission shuttle buses straight to the island. REDUCING WASTE TIMF once again embraced the resourceful Refillable Water Program, which cut down plastic bottle consumption. There were two different refillable spring water optionsfans could purchase a TIMF branded stainless steel water bottle and receive free refills of spring water all weekend, or bring a water bottle from home and purchase refills for $1. Clean Vibes supplied reclamation stations with clearly marked compost, recycling, and trash bins throughout the festival grounds. Togeth- er the greening programs were able to divert 3/4 of all waste for the entire week- end! The TRASHed Recycled Store brought by Global Inheritance was also in atten- dance to provide Treasure Islanders with a lesson in environmental activism. Over 450 attendees recycled over 50 bags and 12,500 bottles, cans, and biodegradable cups. Also, the festival exclusively used biodegradable cups, plates and utensils for all food and beverage sold, further reducing the amount of landfill trash. GREENING AT TREASURE ISLAND TREASURE ISLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL 6
NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 DAWSON LUDWIG firstname.lastname@example.org t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN email@example.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 Treasure Island Music Festival was everywhere this year with a comprehensive marketing and promotions campaign that included print advertising, billboards, broadcast and online media as well as widespread