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Lil Hertz performs at a Third Eye Collective event.

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BRATTLEBORO — To aid in the process of booking events, Third Eye Collective is creating a database and, essentially, a roster of its members.

“As we’re trying to form the next few events that we’d like to make, we realized that the signup that we made is going to be very helpful to us as we create events,” said Shastin Joynt, one of the collective’s three founders.

Artists, musicians and vendors are urged to fill out applications specific to their group. Joynt said the applications have questions about rates, contact information and where content can be viewed.

She estimated receiving about eight submissions on the first day they were accepted on July 8 then one or two every day since. Her group is currently putting plans together for an outdoor jam band event at a location and date to be named.

“We have a beautiful property so we’d love to have an all-day family festival of bands,” Joynt said. “We really just need to advertise our music submission I think because then we can make it as far reaching as possible.”

Joynt said with her group leaving its Flat Street location in September, her team has networked with many people who want to share their space for future events.

Upcoming shows include Josh Teed and other artists at Third Eye Collective at 80 Flat St. on July 24. Teed plays violin over bass music, Joynt said, calling it “amazing.”

Joynt said her group still has the rest of the summer to plan out but wants to schedule events into next year. Applications and more information can be found at thirdcollectivebrattleboro.com.