Dreamtime Performance Registration
The next deadline for submitting a performance registration is June 15. Late subissions will be considered on a space available basis.
Thanks for offering to bring a performance to Dreamtime!
Everyone interested in performing, should arrive at the gates ready to become involved in our temporary community, to help enhance the overall experience for everyone, and with the intent to fully embrace the creative, participatory nature of the event. Dreamtime is an effort made by the community for the community; everyone involved purchases a ticket in order to support the event and for the privilege of attending. Each and everyone of us is a player and performer at Dreamtime.
The Dreamtime organization does not offer to pay performers or participants. If you feel that you have something to offer and cannot bring your music, performance, workshop or art to Dreamtime without some sort of assistance, you may apply to our grants and scholarship program.
We have found the primary motivation for appearing is the performer's personal gratification and desire to participate. This assures you an attentive, highly motivated audience and an exuberant experience as a performer! You have to want to be here! We are not a usual venue or event.
Participants spend the weekend camping at the site, which includes wonderful mountain views and mild nighttime temperatures.
Before we consider your application we must be able to see or hear your performance. So please send CD's or DVD's to the address below, or include links to audio or video in your performance application.
Dreamtime Performance Application Form
Submitting this form does not automatically grant you space or permission to do everything you've proposed. You will get a response outlining allotted space, placement, and allowable activities.
If you have questions about how to complete the form, please contact us. You must fill out the entire form!
***If your intent is to bring your own stage and sound system, please contact us here. We have a limited capacity for stages, and we must accept them on a first-come, first-served basis.