Lincon Boyd is a lifelong music fan, Brand Management Expert & Managing Director of Blueprint Licensing
A Strategic Consultancy Agency specialising in commercialisation & licensing of entertainment based IP
As well as an experienced Live Event Producer & Tourism Destination Marketing Manager.
Acting as Independent promoter & Festival Director 2014 - 2017 for
NaranaFest & Narana Unplugged Indigenous Music events in Geelong
gaining firsthand experience in all aspects of  large scale
Music Festival Management,  Production & Promotion.
Blueprint Licensing has successfully applied for over $50,000 in Community Grants Funding from Local, State, Federal Government & Private sector as well as authoring Victorian Cultural Tourism Silver Award winning entry in 2016.
Inaugural participant in Music Victoria Live Music Professionals Program in 2017 as Independent Promoter & continued as an Alumni participant attending sessions both in person & online in 2018, 2019, 2020.
Melbourne Music Week attendee 2017, 2018,  Music Cities Conference Melbourne April 2018. Judge in 2022 Victorian Live Music Awards.
Marketing & Fundraising Consultant for The Mane Event Festival a community focused mental health fundraising Music Festival staged at
The Barwon Club in Geelong.
Stage Manager & marketing consultant for 2 Worlds Festival in Fyansford, Geelong in 2019 & Birrung Marr Melbourne  events, Managing all aspects of Main Stage production & Talent Management.
As an independent promoter Blueprint Sounds Launched
Stars & Bars Festival Concept in July 2021
successfully staging 2 events
Stars & Bars Heathcote in April ‘22
& Stars & Bars : High Seas Corio Bay Boat Cruise in June ‘22
with further events planned including a Major Geelong Street Festival in 2023.
I have a passion to re-ignite live events in Regional Victoria, Build Capacity & Audiences with the aim of annualizing events, but most importantly to support local musicians, technicians, live music venues & local business.


The Mane Event

2 Worlds Festival








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