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GRRRLZ Rock Music & Arts Festival
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About the GRRRLZ Rock Festival
GRRRLZ Rock is a month-long festival every November that celebrates the contribution and growth of women in the arts. GRRRLZ Rock provides resources and performance opportunities to female musicians and artists by creating supportive environments in which they can be celebrated for their creative talents and express themselves freely. We are all inclusive and all ages, so join us in our mission to increase gender diversity in the arts!
Since 2006, thousands of performers and artists of all ages and from all genres have been represented by the festival’s numerous events. Hundreds of businesses have benefited from highly visible and affordable sponsorship packages including print advertising, website links, social media, unique promotional products, radio and television coverage, interviews and on-site event opportunities.
GRRRLZ Rock events have encouraged and inspired performers and artists from all over the nation and is 100% inclusive to all non-binary and female supportive acts.
Book GRRRLZ Rock Affiliated Bands and Musicians for Your Event
Need a rocking outdoor festival mainstage performance or a quiet acoustic background music for your event? We can help! We work with hundreds of talented artists and can find the right one to make your event a a success!
Whether you need a single act or a full stage lineup, we handle it all. Backline stage equipment and sound system available on request.
For Booking Inquiries:
Phone: (541) 246-8082
About the GRRRLZ ROCK Logo
The GRRRLZ ROCK logo was inspired by the work of Angela Davis. Her inspiring words from the famous quote below are what led Matrisha Armitage to run this program and found MEPAA as an umbrella organization. As Matrisha put it, "I work to live by these words everyday. I constantly change the things I cannot accept!"
As a female performer who started in the industry at a young age, Matrisha could not accept the way that youth and women were being treated in these very unsafe environments. Rather than run from this issue, Matrisha decided to change the landscape of our community and create safe spaces for women and youth to share their talents and express themselves freely.
Through this work MEPAA was able to reach out to artists and performers of all backgrounds, colors, economic levels, and various abilities and give them all a safe place to become members of the arts community, free from judgement and criticism.