O2 ready to get social at the Feel Good Festival

O2 ‘gurus’ will be around to give free tech advice to festival goers and they’ll be demonstrating the very latest in virtual reality technology. 

Digital communications stores O2 Rochdale and O2 Middleton are backing this summer’s Rochdale Feel Good Festival.

O2, based in Rochdale Exchange Shopping Centre and Middleton Shopping Centre, will be official festival partners, promoting the festival event to their customers across the region and having a presence at the festival. 

All day O2 staff will be backstage, recording exclusive interviews with performers and sharing them on social media.

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O2 ‘gurus’ will be about to give free tech tips to festival goers and will be exhibiting the very latest in virtual reality technology.

They’ll also be running a series of exciting competitions throughout the day with some spectacular prizes up for grabs.  The deal also sees O2’s logo on festival marketing.

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Councillor Janet Emsley chats to staff at O2 Rochdale about this year’s festival. On the day O2 will be recording exclusive interviews with performers and will be sharing them on social media.

Danny Simpson, chief executive of O2 Rochdale, said:

“We’re pleased to be supporting this fantastic festival again, using our digital technology to bring everyone even closer to the artists performing through social media.

We will also be getting the public excited about technology, with digital wizards and gurus from our stores showcasing products and offering free, impartial help and advice on phones and tablets.”

O2 Rochdale store manager Rick Phelan (left) with staff looking forward to being part of the summer festival.

Councillor Janet Emsley, cabinet member for neighbourhoods, community and culture at Rochdale Borough Council visited the O2 Rochdale store to meet the crew this week said:

“Local investment and support from our partners such as O2 Rochdale and O2 Middleton help the council deliver this event and provide an opportunity for thousands of families to come and enjoy fantastic performances and entertainment.”

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Rochdale store manager Rick Phelan added: ‘I’m excited to be involved in this year’s festival. It’s always a fantastic event with great bands and entertainment.”

Rochdale Feel Good Festival returns on Saturday 18 August, for another showcase of entertainment, food and culture.

There will be live music across indoor venues, the main stage against the backdrop of the town hall, a Family Zone plus a food and drink village.

Councillor Janet Emsley picks up tech tips from O2 Rochdale store manager Rick Phelan.

The main stage will be headlined by Feeder, on a line-up which also includes Britpop legends Cast, ska music stars The Uplifters, country singer Emily Faye, new band Last Race Home, pop-rock duo The Curious Incident, Manchester duo KAZE, international songstress Anna Pancaldi, R & B singer [ K S R ], Rochdale indie dance funk band The Alchemists plus new bands VALA, Scuttlers and High Wyre.

The festival is funded by the council together with sponsorship from The Flying Horse Hotel, Premier Kia, The Wellington Gastropub, Metrolink, O2 Rochdale, The Royal Toby Hotel and other local businesses.

For more on the line-up visit www.rochdalefeelgoodfestival.co.uk, go to www.facebook.com/feelgoodfestival or connect with the festival on twitter @FeelGoodFest

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