WAIKIKI, Hawaii (CelebrityAccess) — Joseph Farriella has been named as the director of Ocean Aid Music Festival, a free charity event held annually in Waikiki Hawaii.
The festival, which helps to raise money to eradicate plastic pollution in the world's oceans has an advisory board that includes legendary Australian promoter Michael Chugg; music manager, producer and author Ken Kragen; Trifecta's Hank Cohen; Big Daddy Carlos 'Event Creator’, and Hawaii's own Raymond Ho jr.
The most recent edition of the festival, held on April 30th, featured a bill that included Cee-Lo Green, Bootsy Collins, Maxi Priest, and Fishbone, among numerous others.
Farriella is an industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience in a variety of roles from record labels to concert tour and production management, and he's worked with artists ranging from Bootsy Collins and Charlie Sheen to Hoobastank and Snoop Dogg.
Farriella is soliciting sponsorship partners and collaborations for the 2018 edition of the festival and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.