Tyler, I suspect that since the latter week or so of October — every year since the very early years of the millennium — has been the time around which Rick Walkers’ Y2K? Loopfests occur in Santa Cruz, that that day and announcement have something to do with that. Almost if not every year during that festival, Rick has somehow able to entice the mayor (or some other city official) of Santa Cruz to appear one night at the event and declare International Live Looping Day and present official certificates honoring the headliners of the multi-day long show. If International Live Looping Day was posted about on the LD list only ever on that one day — Oct. 21, 2006 — I am greatly surprised, because it happened pretty much every year I was there (and I was there for all of them in the beginning, both as a performer and audience member). Ted Killian > On Feb 23, 2018, at 8:02 AM, Tyler Zahnke <email@example.com> > wrote: > > I was just curious, I have a loopfest album from 2006, I believe it's > a recording from the Y2K6 loopfest, that mentions October 21 as > International Live Looping Day. However, this was apparently only > celebrated once; in 2006. What exactly is International Live Looping > Day? Did it only happen once, never to happen again? It seems like it > would have happened again in 2016, if the anniversary of Looper's > Delight is indeed the reason for its existence. But it appeared to > happen in 2006, and then it never happened again. Will you clarify > what Live Looping Day is and why it only happened once in history? I > almost asked this question in 2012 but I decided to wait to see if it > would happen in 2016, and it didn't, but now I'm remembering the > question.