SET-UP WINDOW: Setting up for your show is time sensitive. You will receive either a one hour (live) or two hour (DJ) slot. This time slot includes your set up time. Please do as much of your preparation off site before your set starts. Once your allotted time slot starts, the clock is ticking. It is important that you start and end on time because it is important to the schedule and fair to the performer after you.
PROPS LIMIT: There is a 350-prim limit on props and rezzable items for your show. The SL15B Community Celebration is not a place to bring your entire region, club or venue to show. Laggy, prim-laden displays do not do justice to your performance time, the audience, or the event. Also, because this is Second Life, there may be rezzing issues on the day of your performance, so try to do the most with the least. We do our best to provide versatile stages, but they may be unable to accommodate every setup. If your show and props exceed 350 prims, you will need to create a “cut-down” version of your show for this event.
A DJ set-up is allowed (spin table, speakers, small light emitters/effects). Please do not bring a giant framed set to be rezzed that covers the stage, its floor or the backdrop. Our builders worked hard to create a stage for all performers and in keeping with the spirit of their vision we want to respect the space and their creation. Your DJ set-up should not be an entire stage unto itself.
TIP JARS: DJs, live artists and people performing on the designated events stages (Main, Stage Left and either of the DJ stages) are permitted to rez ONE low-prim tip jar in the area directed by the stage manager. Simple tip jars ARE ALLOWED. They should not contain listening, spamming or excessive scripts. Donation kiosks will not be allowed.
STREAM: We have sourced a very reliable streaming service for the SL15B Celebration. Using our streams is mandatory by all DJs and performers, and your cooperation is this matter is greatly appreciated.
RATING: The SL15B Community Celebration is a G-rated event. This means song lyrics as well as attire. It is a good policy to always use the “clean” versions of songs that are questionable. The stream will be cut if you do not heed the warning of the Stage Manager that the lyrics are not G-rated.
Submission of the application and acceptance of event rules is the responsibility of the performer and may not be done by a third party.
Thank you for taking the time to read these rules and guidelines, and thank you for being a part of the SL15B Community Celebration and Second Life®.