Starts with a retrospective slide show, and the fun begins at 15:03
But if the arts community is anything, it’s resilient.
The dedication and ambition to continue providing and supporting the arts despite the many hurdles that that now comes with it has been inspiring. The community has banded together and together they speak of hope and versatility.
Your Rogue Fest is onboard with these sentiments. We have been working hard on finding ways to bring you the celebratory, community spirited events you have grown to love. Navigating the murky waters hasn’t been easy but we are confident that we can sustain the weight and come out the other end.
While they may not look the same for the time being, festivals are not dead.
We are thrilled to be able to showcase a diverse sampling of 2020 Rogue Fest artists while remembering the volunteers, venders, staff and supporters that have made us who we are today. Please join us January 23rd, 2021 to celebrate those and rawk out to some kickass music.
Gritty guitar, booming synths and howling vocals - this queer duo pours love and pride into each note, riff, and lyric they write and will devour you with their thunderously dark dreamy pop.
This Nigerian-born singer is inspired by her Yoruba & Ibo heritage, which you experience in her music that ranges from afro-soul with a conscious alternative R&B to neo-soul and contemporary R&B.