GIGFLY.ca attempt to set Guinness World Record for longest concert by multiple artists
Gigfly.ca is extremely excited to announce that they will be a sponsor of the Guinness World Record attempt for the 'Longest Concert Held by Multiple Artists' hosted by Epidemic Music Group! This 16 day event will start on Friday, March 17th plus will involve over 380 bands and be held at the Earl of Whitchurch in Stouffville, ON.
Want to be a part of this massively historic event? It's going to be incredible!
BANDS (yes, even friends) - Contact Mike Burns to register: firstname.lastname@example.org VOLUNTEERS - Contact Shaen Ar to register: email@example.com
MEDIA - Contact Joely Dercola-McEwen to get involved: firstname.lastname@example.org
COMMUNITY PARTNERS/SPONSORS - Contact Heather Cook Scala: email@example.com
You can also find more about the event here: https://www.facebook.com/GuinnessRecordAttemptByEpidemicMusicGroup/
Gigfly.ca would like thank everyone for the support, with out you Gigfly.ca would be nothing. Please share this news and spread the word to all artists. If you have not registered at Gigfly.ca you can do so by clicking on this link:
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Conservation biologist Jukka Salmela of Metsähallitus Parks & Wildlife Finland recently discovered a new insect species in his home country and while remembering Tuomas Holopainen's love for nature, he decided to name it "Sciophila holopaineni" after Nightwish's keyboardist and songwriter. After the release of the band's latest album 'Endless Forms Most Beautiful' in 2015, Holopainen has been known as person being highly interested in evolution and the diversity of nature.
"I am very, very touched. This is the highest honour a nature nerd like me can receive”, Tuomas Holopainen commented after being contacted by Salmela, who asked for permission to name the insect after him.
So far, this particular fungus gnat has only been spotted in eastern Lapland, Finland, and lives in shadowy environments.
After releasing their double-DVD 'Vehicle Of Spirit', Nightwish are currently taking a year off to find inspiration and write new songs. For 2018, the symphonic metal legends plan their return.
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