Local Events Website Goes Live

Grants Pass, Oregon, May, 13, 2011. A local website with a focus on the Grants Pass area performing arts and artist scene was recently launched called Grants Pass Scene.


Grants Pass Scene

Some of the features of Grants Pass Scene include a listing of upcoming events, a venue listing each with information about the venue including contact information and a Google map for directions. The event listing also includes links to ticket sales where necessary.
The home page features a mp3 player that will promote local artists albums with links to their sales outlet that can be iTunes, Amazon.com or directly to the artists own sales on their website.

Fans and patrons have the ability to post their own photographs directly to the venue galleries via a gallery submission menu at the top of the page. However all uploaded photographs will be moderated prior to being displayed on the website to prevent inappropriate usage.

The Grants Pass Scene website is also mobile device friendly. It is viewable on portable devices such as smartphones by Google, Apple and Blackberry. The Apple iPad is supported and can also download the website as an App on the iPad home screen. The mobile optimized version is automatic as the website automatically detects the device the website visitor is using and delivers the appropriate version. The view can be switched back and forth between the normal desktop browser version and mobile version at the bottom of the page.

Some of the venues already published by local artists and the Grants Pass Scene editors are The Historic Rogue Theatre, The Cedarwood Saloon, The G Street Bar and Grill and Dorman’s Place. More venues are being added daily.
If you would like your restaurant, bar, theater or other event venue added you can tell them via the contact us form on the website. Artists are also invited to publish their events and promote their works.

There is no charge for venue or event listings.

You can visit the Grants Pass Scene website at grantspassscene.com.

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