How To Find Music Sponsorship

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Music sponsorship can help you lead to funding your next project. With the right knowledge and hard work you'll be on your way in no time.

Looking to find a brand or clothing company for music sponsorship? As a musician finding a music sponsorship can help get your next project off the ground. It can be what gets you that studio time to make the record you’ve always dreamt of making.

With the strong knowledge of how to go about getting a music sponsorship, you can be well on your way in no time. Keep in mind it will take time and determination and won’t happen overnight. However, if you and/or your band is ready, it’s time to take the leap and start working on getting a music sponsorship.

How To Get Ready: 

  • Establish yourself as a musician
    • Use this list to go through what questions you should ask yourself about how established you are
  • Research
    • Look into who fits your message and create a list of who you’d like to pitch to
  • Get your pitch ready
    • You don’t have much if you don’t have a good pitch ready to go. Make sure your pitch really describes who you are and what you’re about so you both know you are a match.
  • Connect to brands
    • It’s best if you have a connection as they can be helpful in making the introduction. However, if not possible reach out to the marketing director.
  • Put together your one sheet
    • You’ll want to keep one for new releases as it can help you get on radio, coverage, gigs and more.
      • You can find examples online to help you build yours and know what you’ll need on it.

Who to pitch to: 

  • With your research will come different brands that you will initially want to reach out to.
    • You can find numerous brands and if you have a connection that’ll be helpful, but make sure if you don’t reach out to the marketing director
  • Crowdfunding sites
    • These can be helpful after you have everything done as it can go viral and not only get you funding, but also build your audience.
  • Create a Patreon account
    • Here you can really interact with your fans as with the choice of how much they give you depends on what they get back. Some people offer an exclusive music video, merch, behind the scenes and more.
  • Come up with outside the box ideas that only you are doing
    • Coming up with creative ways will have your fans excited!

Don’t give up if you don’t hear back about music sponsorship opportunities right away. It can take some time and make sure you’re always following up with all things you do.

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