Roncy Rocks Music and Arts Festival is a creative community festival brought to you by the Roncesvalles Village, Business Improvement Area (BIA). The goal of the festival is to create family-friendly programming while showcasing many of the neighborhood’s local businesses and artists. Concerts, events and exhibits for all-ages create an opportunity for all residents to participate in a broad range of activities. Sponsoring Roncy Rocks is a great opportunity to support and celebrate our neighborhood. We can work with you to create fun and engaging experiences to build your brand with local families and customers. We will deliver your company message across multiple media platforms and direct traffic to your business.
MEET THE TEAM
Music Curator: LUKE JACKSON
Luke has been the Music Director of Roncy Rocks since 2010. He’s a UK-born singer/songwriter who has released three solo albums, the most recent of which (And Then Some) received a four star review from Mojo magazine who called it “an album that is impossible not to love”. Luke also produces the monthly Catweazle Club, the occasional Rag Bag Cabaret and the hugely popular Songs Of Nick Drake concert.
“Roncy Rocks is my favourite day of the year. It’s an awful lot of work putting it all together, and the day itself is incredibly long as I’m usually on site by 6am to coordinate the stage set-up. But as Roncy starts to come to life that day, there’s a buzz in the air, and before long the street is filled with throngs of people. The shops spill out onto the street, there’s music, art and food everywhere, and by the end of the day, you can feel that the neighbourhood has gotten a little bit closer. That’s a wonderful thing to be a part of.”
Sponsorship Manager: ALEXIS VICTOR
Alexis has been working with the BIA in many capacities for over 3 years. Her goal is to connect with local business’ and create opportunity for the community. ‘It is really important for locals to support business’ and business to give back to the community. It is the only way for a neighbourhood to thrive and sustain resources for everyone.’