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Stacy Horne

The Battery
Vice President of Cultural Programming and Development
Stacy Horne has over 24 years experience in the concert and event production business. Her career started out planning record release parties for ska legends “The Mighty Mighty Bosstones” which led to working at the infamous PR company Nasty Little Man. An opportune meeting with the Beastie Boys resulted in Stacy becoming one of the producers of what would become four of the largest fundraising concerts in history, the Tibetan Freedom Concerts. From there, Stacy went to work with legendary jazz promoter George Wein at Festival Productions on such esteemed events as JVC and Newport Jazz Festivals. With this solid event production in her pocket, Stacy returned to the world of alternative music, joining the CMJ Music Marathon as associate producer for their established conference, as well as founding the River Rocks concert series in New York City. Stacy moved to San Francisco in 2006 to become the producer for the city’s most esteemed independent music festival, Noise Pop. She also became one of the founding producers for the highly regarded Treasure Island Music Festival which began in 2007.  For the last 5 years Stacy has been VP of Cultural Programming at the social club, the Battery, presenting over 350 events a year.