O2 Rochdale feeling good about festival
Digital communications chain O2 Rochdale is backing this summer’s Rochdale Feel Good Festival.
The O2 store, based in Rochdale Exchange Shopping Centre will be an official festival partner, promoting the event to their customers across the region and having a presence at the festival itself, welcome O2 Rochdale!!
During the festival, O2 Guru’s will be on hand to give free tech advice to festival goers and they’ll be demonstrating the very latest in virtual reality technology. The deal will also see O2 Rochdale’s logo on festival marketing. The team will be running an exclusive competition during the event to win tickets for other top music gigs which you can enter by sharing your festival photos on Twitter using #FEELGOODGURU
Danny Simpson, Chief Executive of O2 Rochdale who is a resident of said: “It’s great to support this amazing local event for our store, and our customers. It gives me an immense amount of pride, growing up in Rochdale was great, and I am now able to give back to the town and our amazing customers, by our organisation supporting this amazing Event. We will be getting the public excited about tech, with our Digital Wizards, our Guru’s from our store Team, to showcase VR, tech, and offer free and impartial help, advice, on all things Tech.”
“We’re very excited about this year’s festival which is a superb event for the area. O2 Rochdale is committed to the local community and is pleased to support this event which is bringing over twenty acts and stacks of family entertainment into town.”
Councillor Janet Emsley, cabinet member for neighbourhoods, community and culture at Rochdale Borough Council who visited the O2 Rochdale store to meet the team this week said: “Local investment and support from our partners such as 02 Rochdale helps the council deliver this fantastic event, and provide an opportunity for thousands of families to come and enjoy performances that will appeal to young and old alike.”
Rochdale Feel Good Festival returns on Friday 11 and Saturday 12 August, for another showcase of entertainment, food and culture.
The festival which is celebrating its 10th birthday will include live music across indoor venues, the main stage sponsored by The Flying Horse Hotel, a quality food court and family entertainment.
The main stage will be headlined by Razorlight, on a packed two-day line-up which also includes Manchester’s Baked A La Ska, RedFaces, Pacific, Daft Punk The Tribute, Marbelhead Johnson, plus more to be announced.
The festival is funded by the Council together with sponsorship from The Flying Horse Hotel, Rochdale Football Club, Metrolink, O2 Rochdale, The Royal Toby, Rochdale Town Centre Management and Rochdale Sixth Form College.