Events & Promotions

Musically Mastered Menu Dinner Series 2017

Much to the delight of musical foodies everywhere, VH1 Save The Music is once again bringing together great music and fine dining for a series of four exclusive pop-up dinner parties throughout the US.  We have some ideas for stopovers in 2017 but would be happy to work with sponsors to identify key markets that would work for us both! 

July 30th - Hamptons, NYC

On July 30th, we'll once again bring a lot of music and a little cool to the Hamptons with an ultra-exclusive concert and seated dinner. The evening will be a combination of high-energy with a twist of laid-back casual luxury - brought to life through the evening's live music (this year we're going classic rock!), unique décor and unforgettable experiences offered by our sponsors. 

April 2017 - Nationwide School Contest

In the second quarter of 2017 we will launch a contest mobilizing students around the importance of music education in a fun, creative and exciting way. The prize, the opportunity to win a concert at the student's school along with the opportunity to receive a Keys + Kids piano program for their school (if they qualify) or they can Play It Forward by donating the program to a school in need.

Play It Forward Day September 16th – Nationwide

On September 16, 2017 we will host an on-the-ground stunt in 10 cities that engages the local community through music and inspires audiences to get social and reconnect with our work.  In 2/3 of these cities we enhance the production level, adding talent, staging, live stream video and a film crew.  In addition we look to bring the digital to life by integrating meaningful technology into the events – creating deeper, stickier guest experiences.

Fall 2017 - New York, NY

In the Fall of 2017, the Board, donors, artists and friends of the VH1 Save The Music Foundation will gather for the Foundation’s 20th Anniversary, which will celebrate 20 years of impacting culture through the restoration of school music programs. We’re early in planning but similar in format to past VH1 Save The Music galas, the program for the evening will pay tribute to honorees and will feature performances by some of the musicians who have played a key role in helping the Foundation achieve its mission.