The Wild Harbor Experience
The song list is the star and brand promise of the Wild Harbor experience.
For the concert goer, Ramble Tamble aims to create an exciting and engaging experience every step of the way. From marketing and advertising through post-event press and reviews. The entire touchpoint chain is designed to be evocative of the setlist and the images and emotions the setlist produces. Attention to detail is applied to every aspect of the concert-goers experience. From approaching the box office, the foyer, the main hall to the stage, the path is designed to generate excitement. The pre-performance soundboard playlist builds the anticipation and the post-event playlist caps the night perfectly. Wardrobe, instruments, amplifiers, sound and lighting all attuned to the spirit of the time and place of the setlist. As premeditated and orchestrated as the event is elements are incorporated to keep each performance fresh, edgy and just the right amount of danger in the air.
Song List Curation
The intent of the song list is to offer something fresh for everyone involved. The song list strays away from the tried and true and instead delivers hidden gems just as potent and powerful as the ones we all know and love. To the curator, these songs are smash hits in an alternate universe.
Performance’s are booked in Western Washington as far north as Bellingham and as far south as Olympia.
Minimum venue capacity is 300.
Overall Target capacity is 300 to 1500.
*Will consider higher or lower under the right economic circumstances.
We tend to target venues with a historic vibe. The spirit, look, and feel of the venue plays a critical role in the overall event experience. Sample Targeted Venues: Columbia City Theatre, Roxy Theatre, The Crocodile, Neumos, Spanish Ballroom McMenamins, Rialto Theatre, Historic Everett Theatre, Admiral Theater, Neptune Theatre, Showbox Market, Pantages Theater and the Capitol Theatre.
Performance Number & Frequency:
Our target performance frequency is 36 to 48 per year. An average of three to four per month. As the show gains popularity the ideal would be Friday and Saturday bookings at each venue, therefore, increasing the overall number of performances without the travel, load-in and load out workloads.