Last week, my received an email from someone at Bridging the Music asking us to play in their local band showcase. She said they offer all kinds of prizes in addition to it being a paying gig. I was suspicious, but I decided to get in touch with them to get more details before writing it off completely. Got a phone call from her yesterday. Apparently, the way it works is we provide $6.50 up front to cover printing of tickets. They then sell tickets through a website and at the door. A portion of the proceeds goes to a charity (don't recall which one she said). We get paid per ticket sold. Pay per ticket increases at certain benchmarks for ticket number. What do you think? Is this a legitimate opportunity, or is there some red flag that I'm missing? It's not pay to play, We don't buy tickets up front. There's a minimum number of tickets that they'd like us to sell, but no contractual obligation to meet that goal or else. Seems like an ok thing to me, but maybe I just don't know what to watch out for.