The Making of HAZFEST: How To Pull Off A Minecraft Music Fest | Part one
Part one in the "behind the scenes" style series on how we put together HAZFEST is out on on the HAZCHEM Music YouTube channel. It's a compilation of comedic interviews with some of the HAZFEST staff. Go watch it. You can even what it right here.
Your Festival. Your Memories.
Come together and party to a wide rage of music
Go adventuring between acts in our custom built world
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Festival director, Artist, Audio and lighting engineer
Elliott aka HAZCHEM is a music producer, DJ, Musician, Composer, Audio Engineer, Lighting Engineer and Minecraft Pro! Elliott owns the record label HazMusic and has put together HAZFEST as a result of the live music and event industry taking a blow from the current situation with coronavirus. Elliott hopes that this festival can bring the music industry of Tasmania together and give everyone at least one upcoming gig to look forward to or give usual festival attendees a festival that they can still attend!
My name's Oliver (Olly) (Ollybear26) Mitchell, I am a grade 12 at Elizabeth College. I help with the concert by building the sets and environments that Hazfest takes place in. I work mostly with Micah Finnila & Patrick Loring and play a large part in the entertainment features and some of the boundaries of the custom built terrain that we create for the event.
I am a year 12 at Elizabeth College and I am studying music and game design, I am a builder for hazfest and have worked on the terrain and entertainment for the festival.
Build Team Leader
I know how to use the computers.
Builder, Lighting Technician & Artist
I’m a member of the build team and I guess I help with the lighting sometimes. Dawg
Tech Team Leader
Making sure the server doesn't crash
Head Beta Tester
My name is Liam (Roddy) Rodemann. I am a year 12 at Elizabeth College. I am head beta tester for hazfest and help by making sure everything works and that there aren't ways of getting out of bounds, which I'm surprisingly good at finding.