Concert Takes Place, Tory Lanez & Others Perform
January 18, 2019
The Ryerson Students’ Union hosted Loud Fest at Rebel nightclub on Jan. 19. Performances included Tory Lanez, Pressa, Jordan Solomon, Ramriddlz and Rajan with DJ Databass hyping the crowd in between acts.
There is $470,000 budgeted for the concert, according to the RSU’s 2018-19 budget. “All I’m going to say is that we’re going to be under budget, which is what I’m very happy about,” Ganesh said. (https://theeyeopener.com/2019/01/tory-lanez-to-headline-rsus-loud-festival/)
Concert Pushed to January
October 16, 2018
The LitFest concert is projected to take place between Jan. 18 and 24, Ganesh said. The event, however, has been pushed back four months since the RSU has been “a little bit under-prepared,” Ganesh said.
“It’s not a concert that we’re doing, we’re not responsible for the operations, or the management or the finances,” said Ganesh. “This concert was always supposed to happen, we just bulk-purchased like 85 per cent of the tickets.”
$400k Allocated to Plan 1 of 3 Concerts
May 29, 2018
Edmund Sofo, vice-president student life and events, presented a motion to hold three concerts throughout the upcoming year and allocated $400,000 for the first concert.
A source who was present at the meeting and requested to remain anonymous told The Eye that the concerts, which will are scheduled to take place in September, January and April, are said to be similar to 6Fest. No other details have been released about the concerts.
According to the source, Ganesh said at the meeting that the RSU hopes to raise $350,000 through corporate sponsorships alone for the concerts.
May 01, 2018
a staple event like a concert is subsequently a great opportunity. A grand event never
fails to energizes the participants as well as the greater community of Toronto which we
are part of. I remember being a high school student hearing the amazing stories of the
great artists that came to Ryerson. I want to bring this energy back into the campus
once again. Ryerson is one of if not the largest commuter schools in Canada. By
providing an immersive experience whereby students can come together in fellowship
with each other under the unifying power of music, we will make memories which our
fellow students will cherish long after they graduate and flourish