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New Orleans Bike Week: We created branding and style for the Bike week extravaganza.

New Orleans Bike Week: We created branding and style for the Bike week extravaganza. We also love motorcycles. In fact we are working on 2 documentaries all about differing lifestyles and we are surprised at how many different walks of life bikers pursue.

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Life’s a wonderful journey. You have to find the clowns that make you happy and ride the magic. Everfest’s core mission is to bring people together offline in celebration. We understand the irony as a tech company, but if we do our jobs right, the connections you make here at Everfest will turn into experiences you share at festivals all over the world for the rest of your life.In 2015, more than 120 million people attended a festival in the United States with global attendance approaching half a billion per year. Festivals are a top-five media category worldwide and the core economic impact event of many cities and towns. As Everfest continues to bring the festival community online, we hope you discover that The World’s a Festival.

New Orleans Bike Week

Our festival market platform enables millions of festival fans per month to discover festivals, book unique travel and share amazing memories. Everfest is redefining the festival media category. Our festival universe spans more than 18,000 festival pages across 12 categories, seven continents and 97 countries — and we’re growing every day.

Everfest covers the entire festival stack, bringing together festival organizers, fans, vendors, artists and sponsors onto one platform and delivering value to each through increased ticket sales and awareness, marketplace tools streamlining interactions, and highly coveted traffic for brands.

New Orleans Bike Week

Events take place around us all the time, yet there is something different about a festival that transcends everyday experiences and creates a mirror that reflects our own humanity. Similar to love, it is a state that is hard to describe, but we all know it when we feel it.

At Everfest, we have created a Fest Test to help guide our mission. We refer to the Fest Test to decide if an event is merely that — or if it is something greater: a festival. These are not absolute criteria that will apply in every case, but rather philosophical qualities that are representative in most, and certainly the best, festivals.

New Orleans Bike Week

  1. Festivals have an ethos of discovery and are about having fun.
  2. Festivals are multi-dimensional, encourage participation, and offer various types of activities and stimuli.
  3. Festivals can include anyone with the means to attend. They may charge for admission but should not discriminate by race, age, gender, religion, or otherwise be private clubs.
  4. Festivals physically occur in the real world. They remind us that there is a human social network where we meet old and new friends.
  5. Festivals should be celebrations worthy of the test of time. They should recur or intend to recur.