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Yellow Dog Music Fest

Berklee Students Produce Second Yellow Dog Music Fest on Cape Cod

2_YDMF LOGO_Share copyIn coordination with the Office of Experiential Learning,  a crew of Berklee students helped produce the inaugural Yellow Dog Music Fest. The following post was written by Selina Meuross, one of the festival organizers. Read a post by fellow organizer Noah Gopen.

By Selina Meuross

I first heard about Yellow Dog Music Fest (YDMF) when a job opening for a social media coordinator became available in the summer of 2015. The festival was marketed as an all-day music beach event that featured seven talented Berklee bands. In addition, it was a benefit for The Barnstable Land Trust (BLT), a Cape Cod environmental organization. As much as I loved Boston, its crazy snowstorms made me miss the sun, beaches, and music festivals back home in Australia.

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Yellow Dog Music Fest Goes Big With Cody Simpson

In coordination with the Office of Experiential Learning,  a crew of Berklee students helped produce the inaugural Yellow Dog Music Fest. The following post was written by Noah Gopen, one of the festival organizers. Read a post by fellow organizer Selina Meuross.

By Noah Gopen   YDMFSmall Poster 2016

When I was asked to join the Yellow Dog team I had no idea what to expect. I had heard about the festival before—it was some type of beach concert in Cape Cod that featured seven Berklee bands. This was all I knew. When I decided to commit to the position as digital media lead, I thought I would just be setting up Facebook posts and making sure everything ran smoothly. Turns out that Yellow Dog is developing itself similar to any startup business out there, and booking Cody Simpson only made the job even more time intensive.

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