CSL resident Ariel Cozo and his colleague James Karls want to bring entertainment back to the city during these COVID--19 days. For starters, how about a mobile Canada Day celebration?
This is the most effective way of bringing the party to the people while respecting all COVID-19 considerations, they maintain. People need entertainment joy now post-confinement "and we have all the talent and equipment to provide it," the duo maintain.
Here is their game plan
THE PROJECT: Parade-style entertainment in the streets. They want to create mobile musical trucks/floats/flatbeds filled equipped with sound/AV, DJ, Animator, Musician(s) & specialty acts - all in accordance with health measures. Each truck will follow an electronic billboard vehicle filled with ads from one or multiple corporate sponsors.
WHERE: One truck per sector on a pre-set route, throughout the streets of Montreal in different municipalities. They will discuss and select the best streets for the highest visual and feeling impact to uplift residents.
BACKGROUND: We've been entertaining our city & worldwide destinations for over 25 years. We host/MC/DJ/Entertainint in multiple languages & cater musically to most nationalities. And we supply all forms of entertainment options to enhance the overall interaction, sound & light production. Their outdoor experience includes float performances and/or productions at the Saint-Patrick's Day Parade, Caribana Festival, Israel Independence Day Rallies, Community Street Events and much more from 1,000 to 100, 000 participants.
WHAT THEY NEED: Funding to support costs related to renting parade vehicles, renting digital banner vehicles, find corporate sponsors to appear on printed traditional vinyl banners and selling ad space on the electronic billboard vehicles. Municipal and related police authorization/support in order to ensure all runs smoothly.
For more information go to www.soundchoicedj.ca