Riverside Rock signs Kings of the Sevens sponsorship deal

Riverside Rock music festival has signed a initial two-year sponsorship deal with the Kings of the Sevens competition.

Tuesday, 21st February 2017, 1:27 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st March 2017, 8:08 am
Jed-Forest winning last year's King of the Sevens.

Now in its fourth year, Riverside Rock is organised by volunteers from Jed-Forest Rugby Club and other organisations and helps support charities across the Borders.

Riverside Rock spokesperson Alan Fraser said: “We are delighted and privileged to sponsor the prestigious Kings of the Sevens competition.

“It is a glove fit opportunity to further the support Riverside Rock offers to the Borders Community, perfectly meeting our aims and objectives.”

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Crowds at Riverside Rock music festival last year.

The King of Sevens competition features 10 tournaments and kicks off again in April.

Border League president Billy Grieve added: “The Border League is grateful to Riverside Rock for becoming our new sponsor. We look forward to helping promote Riverside Rock and to help the organisation’s ambitions in making their event the best live music festival in the South of Scotland.”

Riverside Rock will host more than seven different music acts at Riverside Park in Jedburgh on Saturday, June 17. This year the event will be supporting charity partner the Lavender Touch and other local causes.

Volunteers from Jed-Forest Rugby Club and surrounding rugby clubs join organisers each year in running the festival which benefits will this year benefit partner charity The Lavender Touch and other good causes across the Borders.

Crowds at Riverside Rock music festival last year.

For more information visit www.riversiderock.co.uk