Winter touring can be fun, but it can also be dangerous.
As a musician, no doubt you know someone – or know of someone – who has had an accident driving between shows on snowy or icy roads.
Two of our podcast co-hosts living in Vermont means we know a thing or two about surviving the winter…
Listen now to find out how you can have a safe winter tour, and enjoy it too!
What you’ll learn:
- How you can tour safely in winter so you don’t need to take half the year off from touring
- How you can prepare for sleeping in the van if you can’t afford a cheap motel
- Why you should avoid get-there-itis if you want to stay safe on the road
- Why sometimes canceling a show is the least-worst option
- What the benefits of a force-majeure clause are
- Why an emergency kit is vital for any tour, especially winter tours
- What supplies and equipment you should have during a winter tour
- Why you should plan out your van or trailer pack
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