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North Carolina's Honeysuckle Organization
Debuts 
Summer Music Concert Series

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North Carolina's Honeysuckle Organization Debuts  Summer Music Concert Series
 
EcoAg Tourism Brand Launches 'Honeysuckle Arts Project' with Signature Chapel Hill, Durham, and Carrboro Locations
 
January 27, 2021 (Durham, NC): The Honeysuckle Organization, developers of Raleigh-Durham, NC's premiere "EcoAg Tourism" destinations, has announced the Honeysuckle Summer Series, a new music, culture, local talent development, and branded event series hosted at the company's three signature area locations: The Honeysuckle Cafe in Carrboro, NC; The Honeysuckle Lakewood in Durham, NC; and the sprawling 225-acre Honeysuckle Tea Farm and Gardens in Chapel Hill, NC. The concert series marks the launch of the Honeysuckle Arts Project: a new Southeast United States focused live events, culinary, artist development, streaming content, record label, and publishing rights subsidiary.
 
Launching in April 2021, The Honeysuckle Summer Series will bring live music and culture back to North Carolina, hosting global names in the arts while showcasing the Southeast's top developing talent, as the premiere destination to enjoy Covid-19 safe live programming. In today's challenging times of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Honeysuckle Organization has taken industry-leading strides to incorporate safety protocols across all locations, and launched its signature Durham Lakewood location in the Fall of 2020, during the height of the pandemic. Accordingly, The Honeysuckle Lakewood offers 4500 square feet of outdoor and "open-indoor garage' dining areas, providing year-round safe community gathering. The Honeysuckle Tea Farm & Gardens encompasses hundreds of acres of farmland and event space, including a music festival venue, a regenerative produce and herb farm, yome camping, nature excursions, and its critically acclaimed local farm-to-table meadery. Meanwhile, The Honeysuckle Cafe in downtown Carrboro remains the area's top coffee-shop and local craft beer lounge, the perfect venue for North Carolina college talent, poets, and singer-songwriters. The Honeysuckle Summer Series is in partnership with See Tickets, the world's leading event ticketing company.
 
The Honeysuckle Arts Project's long-term vision is a broader initiative tasked to work with local, regional, and national partners, fostering growth and investment in the arts. A new record label will develop Southeastern music talent, a new live-streaming video channel will bring culture to the region virtually, plus additional plans for developing original film content, merchandise, publishing, and a Honeysuckle sustainable products line are in the works. The project will develop new digital service provider content partnerships as well as distribution agreements with local, regional, and national media organizations.
 
Ben Quinn, Executive Director of The Honeysuckle Arts Project, says "Honeysuckle Organization's mission is to invest in, nourish, and enhance the quality of life in our communities, by creating farm-based products and experiences that support local sustainability. The Honeysuckle Arts Project is a natural extension of our vertically aligned businesses, with our venue locations in Carrboro, Durham, and Chapel Hill hosting regional, national, and international touring acts as the premiere destination for great music and great food in the Triangle Area. We couldn't be more excited to partner with See Tickets and bring live experiences back to North Carolina in a big way."
 
Jim Murphy, Chief Operating Officer for See Tickets says, "See Tickets is committed to leading the global return to live. We are excited to partner with the Honeysuckle Arts Project and power the ticketing and data analytics backend for The Honeysuckle Summer Series in one of our core emerging US markets, Raleigh-Durham."
 
The Honeysuckle Organization has tapped North American entertainment marketing firm UG Strategies, as agency of record, to develop the Honeysuckle Summer Concert Series and Honeysuckle Arts Project subsidiary. For more information, please direct media, talent booking, and marketing alliances to Jazz Mann, Senior Director, Business Development: UG Strategies: jazz@ugstrategies.com.
 
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About The Honeysuckle Organization
The Honeysuckle is an experiment in land conservation, community farm creation, the arts, and local regenerative farming to enhance the quality of life in our community. We create farm-based artisan experiences, gathering, and products beverages and experiences that support community sustainability. Our signature locations throughout the Triangle Area are part of a vertically aligned business emanating from our 225-acre farm in Chapel Hill, with events, dining, merchandise, and products within our ecosystem. For more information, please visit: https://thehoneysuckle.org.
 
About See Tickets
Founded more than 25 years ago, See Tickets is one of the leaders in the Global ticketing market, with a strong presence in Europe and the United States. See Tickets sold more than 20 million tickets in 2019 for 8,000 clients including the legendary Glastonbury Festival, The Troubadour Hollywood, Tomorrowland, White Oak Music Hall, LA Pride Festival, AmericanaFest, Disco Donnie Presents, the Château de Versailles, CountryFest and the Queen Mary. Currently 460 people are united under the See Tickets brand in Los Angeles, Nashville, London, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Madrid and others around the world. The group is a subsidiary of Vivendi, a world-class content, media and communications group. Visit See Tickets at http://explore.seetickets.us.

 
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