Nonprofit digital infrastructure for a more sustainable and transparent music streaming economy.

Check out the 2022- 2023 Annual Report

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Creating a more sustainable model of music streaming

Campfire Music Foundation is a registered 501c(3) not-for-profit charitable organization founded to build a new model of music streaming economics that pays artists more fairly and transparently for their recorded music. Our mission is to reduce issues of labor insecurity in the music industry through public-benefit digital infrastructure projects that foster long-term economic sustainability for working musicians, independent stakeholders, and local music communities.

We're building a platform that pays out more to rights-holders through a nonprofit, user-centric royalty model. We believe that artists should be able to generate a livable income from their recorded music and we're starting a movement to turn that belief into a reality.

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Join us in Boise!

We're excited to announce that we'll be in Idaho on December 8 for the Cascadia Music Summit — a one-day music advocacy conference bringing together artists, nonprofit leaders, venue operators, government officials, and other leading music stakeholders around creating a more interconnected and vibrant Pacific Northwest music corridor.

It's a privilege to be working with the Music Policy Forum, Music Idaho, Boise State University, and The City of Boise to co-produce this fantastic event. For ticketing and other event info, click the button below. We hope to see you there!