Fever Productions

I've been receiving these posts from "Fever" on Facebook for maybe a year now. They are elusive notifications about upcoming concerts at a venue to be determined later, with artists to be revealed later. A bit sketchy? I haven't known anyone to go to these and report back. But...now here's one that does tell the details: a concert by Julie Coucherin and Elizabeth Prigden, the venue is somewhere near Defoors Ferry.

https://feverup.com/m/87743?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=ad&utm_campaign=87743_atl&fbclid=IwAR1JIsf9ybJZobfjpeqWBOMHuNeHQwouB30rEtDL_e3p3YvW1dCF2rEbuCc


Fever is also producing a multimedia, surround visual Van Gogh Experience this summer. I've already got tickets to that, I've seen the exhibit featured in a Tv series, it looks amazing.

https://feverup.com/m/87743?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=ad&utm_campaign=87743_atl&fbclid=IwAR1JIsf9ybJZobfjpeqWBOMHuNeHQwouB30rEtDL_e3p3YvW1dCF2rEbuCc


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