We’ve been rocking with The Golden Pony since damn near day one. They’ve delivered hit remix after hit remix and have reworked everything from Simon & Garfunkel to Daft Punk. Dudes are badass producing DJs and if you’ve ever wondered what the best way to get on stage with them is, well, they’ve laid it out for you here. Check out “10 Ways To Get On Stage w/ The Golden Pony” below.

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10. Be a Dictator.

HOF 10 Ways To Get On Stage w: The Golden Pony Dictator

And have us play at your Million Dollar Birthday party. Because shit, if it’s your party we don’t really have a choice do we?

9. Offer a massage…

Because DJing requires agility!

8. Make us a cake…

HOF 10 Ways To Get On Stage w: The Golden Pony Cake

7. “Jack” with us!

HOF 10 Ways To Get On Stage w: The Golden Pony Jack with us

6. Say that you’re an audio engineer fixing a technical issue.

If that doesn’t work, say you’re a love engineer fixing a sexual problem.

5. Bring us a lot of beer.

Top choices are Pacifico in a bottle or Tecate/Modelo in a can. If you’re a poor hipster like us we happily accept PBR.

HOF 10 Ways To Get On Stage w: The Golden Pony Beer Girl

4. Be Nicolas Cage.

HOF 10 Ways To Get On Stage w: The Golden Pony Nicolas Cage

Because if you’re the famous Hollywood actor who starred in mega-hits such as “Con Air” and “National Treasure”, we will let you hang with us any time.

3. Ride a horse onstage.

There are two things we love more than life itself, Gold and Horses. If you show up with both of these we will let you move into our apartment.

HOF 10 Ways To Get On Stage w: The Golden Pony Girl on Horse

2. Come in an amazing costume.

HOF 10 Ways To Get On Stage w: The Golden Pony Costume

Because the world needs more color!!!

1. Get naked with us.

HOF 10 Ways To Get On Stage w: The Golden Pony Get Naked

(It usually happens about halfway through our set.)

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Guest written by Timothy & Thomas of The Golden Pony

About The Author

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26 year old millionaire in the making. Ha. I grew up in Sacramento in a time where there was no young entertainment company like HOF to look up to. I met Tony in LA while I was managing LBCK in Long Beach. I kind of knew Damian from middle school. And I didn't know Byron even though we went to the same middle school. But when we first started partying together in 2011, it just made sense for me, someone who's passionate about the business side of music, to align with them, who're passionate about the business side of events. I believe what I'm doing here -- running the site and the label and the social media -- is creating a means to better spotlight and support the emerging artists we truly believe in. They say no one's ever "made it" out of Sacramento. It's my ultimate mission to change that. As our boy Marcus says, "We're bringing Sacramento to The World...and we're bringing The World to Sacramento."

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