Press Release: INDIE WEEK Announces 
Victoria Pfeifer as Festival Coordinator

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INDIE WEEK Announces 
Victoria Pfeifer as Festival Coordinator

Indie Week is pleased to announce Victoria Pfeifer as the new Festival Coordinator. Pfeifer brings along with her a high level of professionalism that will be a great addition to the festival and will no doubt make 2015 the biggest and best year yet. Pfeifer will be handling duties that include artist programming, contracts, and venue and production coordination.

“We are excited to welcome Victoria to the team,” says Darryl Hurs, Founder and Director of Indie Week. “Her talent and experience already makes her a great addition and has been a great asset to the Indie Week family.”

“I’m thrilled to be part of the Indie Week team,” said Pfeifer. “I’m excited to bring my experience to the table and take on new challenges to help make Indie Week Canada the best yet!”

Pfeifer is a recent honours graduate in Artist Management from Harris Institute for the Arts in Toronto, Canada and brings with her a wealth of experience. Prior to joining Indie Week she spent some time in the Live Events department at Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment and was a Talent Scout for Universal Music Canada. Victoria has also assisted with local marketing initiatives for Live Nation, The Feldman Agency, and Union Events. As part of these dynamic organizations, Victoria has collaborated with the Leafs Nation Fan Fest,  Mike Tyson, The Black Keys, Cage the Elephant, Hedley, We Day, Riot Fest, Scene Fest, Wanderlust Festival and more.

Pfeifer starts her position with Indie Week immediately. She can be reached at:
victoria.pfeifer@indieweek.com

ABOUT INDIE WEEK:
Indie Week is an independent music festival founded in Toronto in 2003. After 6 years of great success in Ireland, Indie Week Europe will now see an expansion in 2015 with Manchester, UK as its new host city. Indie Week is a one of a kind experience. Emerging artists perform in front of the music industry elite for a chance to win the “Best of the Fest”, and the grand prize of a trip to headline the next Indie Week Canada. Indie Week also hosts a conference called Indie101, featuring panels in social media, tech, music and more, plus industry mixers, after show parties and demo listening sessions. In 2013 Indie Week launched the Reel Indie Film Fest (RiFF), a music-themed film festival.

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