The largest streaming festival in the country just got bigger! Due to popular demand, the Whitefire Theatre will extend its celebrated Solofest through April 2021.
Fulfilling the need of performing artists to have a safe space to work, as well the public need for quality streaming content, Solofest is adding performances both from artists new to the program and featuring Best of Fest performers from this and previous years.
Bryan Rasmussen, festival producer and owner of the Whitefire Theatre, is excited to see this development in the 10th anniversary of Solofest. The theater has always been on the forefront of helping solo artists produce their shows. Rasmussen was ahead of the streaming game before COVID started shuttering theaters with recording and streaming artists’ work. This allowed the Whitefire to continue to produce content and work with artists throughout the pandemic. With this extension of the ever-popular SoloFest (now totally digital), Rasmussen is bringing back some past favorite artists with brand new streaming equipment, including HD cameras.
Artists are welcome to submit on the website — www.whitefiretheatre.com — for newly available April slots.
Accepted submissions will get to retain a hi-res and mastered copy of their performance. The bare-bones submission fee and ticket split makes for an incredible investment for the artist. All performance sessions are done with strict COVID provisions and safety measures.