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Vending at Rock Village Festival - July 27, 2013
Thank you for your interest in participating as a festival vendor.
Cost for a 10’x10’ space is $60, and registration may be completed using the payment links above.
Vendors provide their own equipment, tables, chairs and supplies as needed.
You will be directed to the set-up area upon arrival.
Arrival time is between 10am and 1pm. Vending begins at 2pm, and ends at 11pm. If you plan to remain after sunset please bring a battery lantern or two, as outdoor lighting may be limited on campus.
Each vendor will be responsible for keeping their area free of trash and debris within and immediately around their individual spaces. Please remove all equipment, merchandise and trash from your space at the conclusion of the event.
We reserve the right to select vendors so that we have a broad representation of products.
By registering you agree to release the Producer and Venue, its agents, officers and directors of any and all liability and claims that may arise from any injuries, damages or losses suffered or incurred by you or to your property in connection with this event. You shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Organizers from and against all actions for personal injury, property damage or death arising or resulting from or in connection with the operation of your concession, including claims by your employees. Further, you agree that this release is binding on your heirs, executors and assigns.
This event will take place Rain or Shine. There are no rain dates and no refund will be granted in the event of inclement weather.
If you will be setting up a tent, please use some weighted objects to assure that the tent is wind-secure.
Our vendor logistics manager, Susan Leach can be reached at Longislandmusicandart@gmail.com to answer any questions beforehand, and she will be coordinating onsite logistics during festival days.
Vending Space is also available at our upcoming Rock The Cradle Festival on August 24, 2013, taking place at the Cradle of Aviation Musuem parking lot, along with four bands http://cradlevending2013.eventbrite.com
Brought to you by:
Rich Rivkin Presents
a division of
Aaron Environmental Group, Inc.
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A passion for live music and art has been the driving inspiration for Rich Rivkin who, since 2000, has been creating and producing innovative live events which take place at some of Long Island’s most scenic locations.
Rich’s events combine Live Painting with Live Music and have brought together a large number of musicians, artists, spectators and familiar faces who share common interest, and a tangible sense of community. The result has been more than just spectacular entertainment and new friendships as ongoing opportunities for advancement of the arts continue to materialize and expand for many of the participants.
The Rich Rivkin Presents brand has emerged as Long Island’s most prolific producer of Live Painting/Live Music events, featuring more than one-hundred regional artists who speed-paint to the inspiration of the music and audience interaction. A uniquely magical vibe takes hold as the artists’ brush strokes are directly influenced by the band’s music – which in turn engages the audience in a fun, human-feedback loop that fires up the musicians and stimulates the painters; an organic, interactive, multi-sensory experience for all.
As of 2012 Rich has produced a total of nineteen not-for-profit/benefit festivals, and hundreds of indoor events. His multi-themed Summer Arts Festival Series 2013 will be hosted at six North Shore parks/museums, and feature legions of artists painting to the music of dozens of live bands.
Rich is recipient of the 2013 Outstanding Advocate for the Arts Award, presented by the Long Island Arts Council at Freeport NY.
In addition to his focus on the arts, Rich is the father of two teenagers; and also holds the role of president at Enviro-Disposal Group in Greenlawn, NY, which specializes in recycling of contaminated soil.