February 7, 2012 – Kaiser Realty, Inc. Helps Streamline Booking Process for Hangout Music Fest Attendees
Gulf Shores, AL – February 7, 2012 – Following a leak in the upcoming Hangout Music Fest line-up, per the camp of Jack White, former White Stripes and Raconteurs front man, the festival promoters released the complete line-up to the public a little earlier than expected. Beginning at 12:00 a.m. CST, the festival released the names of the performers on their Facebook page, over the course of a three hour period. With each group of names, festival veterans and newcomers alike were elated to see that some fresh performers as well as some old friends would be making the journey to the sugar white sands of Gulf Shores for this one of a kind concert experience.
The festival, scheduled for May 18-20 of this year, is expected to sell out as quickly, if not more so, than the previous year’s event. With 35,000 3-Day passes available at various levels, Gulf Shores and Orange Beach will once again be looking towards a busy weekend for restaurants, shops and lodging providers.
Kaiser Realty, Inc. is pleased to once again be a lodging partner for the upcoming festival, and is excited to offer our guests a fine tuned, streamlined system for arranging their accommodations. During the booking process, our guests are able to purchase tickets for the festival immediately, and pick them up at check in. Upon receipt of the tickets, guests can proceed immediately to our in-house Complimentary Concierge Ticket Representative and exchange their tickets for entry wristbands without ever leaving our offices.
“The past two Hangout Music Festival events have brought in tens of thousands of guests from around the country who have never experienced our beautiful area and southern hospitality.” stated Emily Gonzalez, Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Kaiser Realty, Inc. “We are thrilled to be partnering with Hangout Music Fest to ensure the guest experience is nothing but exceptional; that they leave the festival looking for time to come back for a non-festival vacation.”