Thanks for everything Portland! You truly made it an amazing year for us. You are the reason we do what we do. We couldn’t make it happen without your support. Catch you on the flip side! ~MFNW
We’ve been saying, “The more you move, the better it gets.” Just when you thought you were done, the earning doesn’t stop there. You made it to the show, so make it count by dancing and earning more NikeFuel to earn more prizes. Rack up 1,000 points after entry and stay cool with drink tickets and water on us during your favorite set. Want more? Earn 1,200 and get our post-concert “Care Package” with meal & bottled H2O tickets to food trucks waiting for you outside. Earn 1,500 and devour your “Morning-After” pack of a half dozen of Portland’s famous VooDoo Donuts & bottled H2O to-go.
How to earn a prize pack:
1. Get to the show & check in with our staff at our Fuel Station to show us your starting NikeFuel.
2. Make it count by moving and getting to the green throughout the night.
3. When you’ve racked up 1,000, 1,200 or 1,500 extra points, check in at our Fuel Station to claim your win.
You’ve earned it, you made it count, now enjoy it.
TechFestNW is proud to be working with Instrument, a digital creative agency in Portland Oregon. This week, you’ll notice a village of glowing pyramid-shaped structures right off the Burnside Bridge in Northeast Burnside for MusicFestNW and TechFestNW in their ‘Duet’ installation. Each of the 10 structures relates to a MFNW venue. The pyramids will be synched with the energy from each venue and color and motion around the base of the pyramids will represent each band’s individual style. The peaks will then be reacting to the social media conversations surrounding the festival in real time. Audiences can also interact with the structures by use of their mobile devices.
The interactive village will be on display at Northeast Burnside and Martin Luther King Blvd. through the night of September 8th, when the festival wraps.
Founded in 2002, Instrument is an independent digital creative agency in Portland, Oregon specializing in the concepting, design and production of digital content and integrated experiences for web, mobile and the physical world.
This Lifesavas spot joins a group of ads that feature local artists’ and musicians’ take on health insurance and a healthy state. If you haven’t seen this one, you’ve likely seen:
Matt Sheehy’s (of Lost Lander’s) anthem:
The ode from Coquille, Oregon-native, Laura Gibson and the Portland Cello Project:
They’re part of Cover Oregon’s campaign to get the word out about the state’s new online health insurance marketplace where you can find health insurance and help to pay for it.
These ads raise awareness about Cover Oregon and others currently in rotation provide more information on how it might benefit you, including financial help. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVYwAFIbiAs
More at CoverOregon.com