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Blockparty 2014 Sponsor Deck
Blockparty 2014 Sponsor Deck
Blockparty 2014 Sponsor Deck
Blockparty 2014 Sponsor Deck
Blockparty 2014 Sponsor Deck
Blockparty 2014 Sponsor Deck
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  • 1. Sponsorship Overview
  • 2. DAWSON LUDWIG dawson@noisepop.com t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN chad@noisepop.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 20thstreetblockparty.com 2 On August 23, 2014, Noise Pop, along with the Ne Timeas Restaurant Group and The Bon Vivants, will present the second annual 20th Street Block Party. For one day, 10,000+ Bay Area residents from the neighborhood and beyond will gather on 20th Street between Bryant and Harrison (and other local blocks being added!) in the Mission for a free music and food extravaganza. The event promotes and celebrates the excit- ing developments along this stretch of 20th Street, along with the people and businesses that are creating these experiences. 20th Street block party overview
  • 3. DAWSON LUDWIG dawson@noisepop.com t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN chad@noisepop.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 20thstreetblockparty.com 3 The 20th Street Block Party features an eclectic lineup of local and national talent. 2013 artists included: Two Gallants Mac DeMarco Quinn Deveaux & The Blue Beat Review Participating Vendors Vendors run the gamut from local jewelers and clothing designers to poster artists, chefs, book purveyors, crafters and beyond. Below is a list of 2013 participating vendors: 826 Valencia, Asiento, Alite, Airbnb, Artspan, Capital Eyewear, Central Kitchen, Crossroads Trading Co., Del Popolo, El Sur Empanada truck, Field Day Wearables, Frozen Kuhsterd, Green Heart Foods, Guitar Center, Honey Cooler Handmade, Rose La Mer Headpieces, JFein Design, KQED, Mission Minis, Last Gasp Books, Le Cri, Lil Tuffy, Michael David Rose Photography, Mission Creek Merchant’s Association, Moxie Yoga, Mission Bit, Ne Timeas, Oola Restaurant, Ok’d by Paid Piper, Painted Wonderland, Peace Chain Joe, Pop Nation, Potrero Chiropractors & Acupuncture, Pretty Parlor a Go Go, Psychedelic Clothes Line, Rainbow Grocery, Samovar Tea, San Franpsycho, Skunk Funk, Sevenly, Shelter Co., Soma FM, Slow Club, Studio Oiduts, Synergy, The Bay Bridged, Tilt Adornments, Top Shelf Bou- tique, Your Store Projects, and Z Space. Local Businesses On 20th Street and beyond, brick and mortar businesses will be opening their doors to Block Party attendees with special deals and interactive opportunities. Last year saw a variety of offerings such as a free kung fu lesson to a homemade band t-shirt creation workshop, as well as a class about the art of pickling. Participating Businesses in 2013 Alite, Artspan, American Grilled Cheese Kitchen, Asiento, Atlas Cafe, Benders, Blowfish, Central Kitchen, Coffee Bar, Eight Step Mantis, flour + water, Insymmetry Massage, Jay’n Bee Club, KQED, Last Gasp Books, MCMA, Michael David Rose Photo Studio, Mission Bowling Club, Mission Cliffs, Mission Dispatch, Moxie Yoga, Mutiny Radio, Radio Silence, Rhea’s Deli, Salumeria, Slow Club, Trick Dog, Z Space Performers and Participants James and Evander San Francisco Rock Project
  • 4. DAWSON LUDWIG dawson@noisepop.com t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN chad@noisepop.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 20thstreetblockparty.com 4 ATTRACTIONS and AFTER-PARTY Attractions Complimenting the music at the Block Party are a variety of attractions for attend- ees of all ages. Below is a sample of what was featured last year: ArtSpan SF created a workshop tent for free handmade craft projects and a com- munity mural. Michael David Rose Studio captured portraits of attendees and published them directly on the Block Party site via the Nicho App. Nelson Loskamp was out with his barber’s chair offering free “Electric Chaircuts” which offered a truly sonic barber experience. Mutiny Radio joined forces with local literary magazine Radio Silence to host exclu- sive performances and interviews with Quinn Deveaux, Doe Eye, Cool Ghouls and Will Sprott. Ne Timeas Restaurant Group hosted workshops and tastings through the day in- cluding pasta making, the art of pickling, farmer’s market utilization and bites from local chocolate artisans. After-party Last year’s official after-party was hosted nearby at Mission Dispatch and featured street food vendors, cocktails as well as musical performances by local San Francisco acts playing classic covers from David Bowie and The Clash. This year’s after- party will be even bigger!
  • 5. DAWSON LUDWIG dawson@noisepop.com t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN chad@noisepop.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 20thstreetblockparty.com 5 Media and Press In its first year, 20th Street Block Party brought so much excitement and chatter the entire city seemingly came out to celebrate this local corner in the heart of the Mission. The buzz leading up to the event was a surefire indicator of the event’s inevitable success. Below are impressions generated for the 2013 20th Street Block Party. Impressions DIGITAL 780,000 banner impressions SOCIAL MEDIA 2.9 Million impressions 2,500+ RSVPs on Facebook 500+ RSVPs on Do415 200+ Tweets from participants and organizers 300+ Facebook posts PRINT 47,500 impressions - Over 500 promotional posters and 2,500 postcards distrib- uted throughout San Francisco. RADIO 1.5 million impressions - 2 months of ads running on Live 105 PRESS All of the top media outlets in the Bay Area chimed in on the excitement sur- rounding 20th Street Block Party including: KQED, Boing Boing, SF Gate, 7x7, Daily Candy, The Bold Italic, SFist, Mission Mission, Live 105 and many more. Press Highlights: “And it’s pretty much certain that the 20th Street Block Party is going to make me fall in love with the neighborhood all over again!”—KQED “This free end-of-summer block party has it all: indie bands and DJs, craft vendors, performing arts curated by Z Space, and delicious food and drink”—7X7 “There was a plethora of rad reasons to attend last Saturday’s 20th Street Block Party”—REFINERY 29 “I know event producing well and (the Block Party) pulled off a great day and style. Amazing music, great vendors, and wonderful people. We had a lot of fun being there.”—CHRIS LYNCH, AIRBNB SPONSOR “The hippest street fair in SF”—OVERHEARD
  • 6. DAWSON LUDWIG dawson@noisepop.com t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN chad@noisepop.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 20thstreetblockparty.com 6 Demographics 52% 48% MALE FEMALE GENDER AUDIENCE CHARACTERISTICS • Young professionals • Tastemakers of San Francisco • Web/tech savvy • Passionate music fans INCOME 26% 16% 19% 14%7% 18% < $15k $15k - $45k $45k - $80k $80k - $120k > $120k Declined < 16 16 - 20 21 - 25 26 - 35 36+ 41% 37% 12% 8% 2% AGE
  • 7. DAWSON LUDWIG dawson@noisepop.com t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN chad@noisepop.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 20thstreetblockparty.com 7 Sponsorship Benefits Sponsorship of the 20th Street Block Party can take many different forms and we will customize a package based on a sponsor’s marketing initiatives and budget. 20th Street Block Party Sponsors have the opportunity to reach a powerful com- munity of likeminded individuals in authentic ways at a time in their lives when their brand choices are being decided. Ideas of what can be offered include: CATEGORY EXCLUSIVITY • Development of a brand integrated onsite activity or attraction • Designated sponsor area • ‘Powered by’ or ‘hosted by’ sponsorship naming of select activities or created attractions • Opportunity for one on one interaction with core consumer • Data capture opportunities • Onsite contests and promotions PRODUCT SAMPLING • Opportunities for onsite product sampling from various festival locations • Opportunities for product sales onsite for select products • Product placement opportunities with festival artists, management and staff ACCESS TO FESTIVAL AUDIO AND VIDEO CONTENT • Provide digital downloads for sponsor use • Promotional use of exclusive live festival content on sponsor website • Create Sponsor Podcast with artist content, interviews, and brand integra- tion HOSPITALITY PROGRAM • VIP viewing area for sponsors and guests onsite
  • 8. DAWSON LUDWIG dawson@noisepop.com t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN chad@noisepop.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 20thstreetblockparty.com 8 Sponsorship Benefits, cont. PRINT MEDIA • Alternative Weeklies • National and local print campaign will include sponsor brand ID • Promotion in select print buys • Promotional Materials • Posters and Flyers • Sponsor name and logo included on promotional festival posters and flyers PROGRAM GUIDE • Advertising space inside the guide • Editorial listing regarding partnership with sponsor and various onsite activities within the program guide • Sponsor acknowledgement listing within the program guide ONLINE • Editorial listing under ‘Activities’ section of festival website with details of partnership • Partner integration on website, social networks, newsletters, etc. • Editorial listing on the festival website with details of partnership • Brand logo with click-through to the brand website featured on the sponsor page • Opportunity for sponsors to create an online digital activation on the Block Party website E-MAIL BLASTS • Branded e-mails will be sent to our database promoting details of the Festival/Sponsor partnership, activities and promotions taking place
  • 9. DAWSON LUDWIG dawson@noisepop.com t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN chad@noisepop.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 20thstreetblockparty.com 9 NOISE POP Since it began in 1993, Noise Pop has become a north star for the Bay Area music industry, bringing emerg- ing and promising talent to the forefront of their events which include the Noise Pop Festival, Treasure Island Music Festival, The 20th Street Block Party and much more. Noise Pop has solidified itself as the true amal- gamator of Bay Area culture, and with all of it’s events continues to do what it has always done best: celebrate the independent arts within the city at large. NE TIMEAS RESTAURANT GROUP The Ne Timeas Restaurant Group, is a collaboration between chef Thomas McNaughton and restaura- teurs David Steele and David White. Current projects include: flour + water, Central Kitchen and Salumeria. THE BON VIVANTS The Bon Vivants are a nationally recognized cocktail and spirit consulting company specializing in the creation of on-premise beverage programs, staff edu- cation and inspiration, concept and flavor innovation consulting for spirits brands, branding and guerilla marketing strategies for liquor companies, audience identification, ambassadorship, and the composition and execution of creative curated events. They also own the bar Trick Dog. Producers 20th Street Block Party will take place on August 23, 2014. Sponsors are already confirming so don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity for your brand to con- nect with our music fans. FOR SPONSOR INQUIRIES, PLEASE CONTACT DAWSON LUDWIG dawson@noisepop.com t 415.375.3372 m 760.485.4876 CHAD HEIMANN chad@noisepop.com t 415.375.3374 m 909.560.2468 NOISE POP INDUSTRIES 2180 Bryant Street Suite 105 San Francisco, CA 94110 20thstreetblockparty.com s a n f r a n c i s c o

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