Oniracom, a nearly two-decade-old Santa Barbara online marketing company, will hold a 5 to 10 p.m. event Sept. 18 at its headquarters, 216 W. Gutierrez St., featuring live music by U.S. Elevator and Willie Tea Taylor.
“Onifest,” as the event is called, also will feature an analog liquid light show from San Francisco’s Mad Alchemy, visual art by Matthew McAvene, “Inspire Pop Up” with Santa Barbara artisans, artists and crafts people and food for purchase from Soul Cal Smokehouse.
The event is a “thank-you” for the company’s clients, but is open to the Santa Barbara-area community.
Starting in 2001 at the crossroads of music and philanthropy, Oniracom became the agency of record for a then little-known artist named Jack Johnson, who aimed to use his talent to benefit environmental and humanitarian concerns.
Oniracom became immersed in supporting his dream. By connecting with Johnson’s fans, the company took full advantage of the social, streaming, apps, mobile and digital world exploding around it.
The company built “a cause-driven global community.” Johnson’s dream was realized: Millions of dollars were raised for compelling causes through sold-out stadiums, merchandise sales, and nonprofit donations.
For tickets to the Sept. 18 event and more information, see https://www.eventbrite.com/e/onifest-tickets-70223718031?fbclid=IwAR3m0-wnhojiljtUJudLOD310CG0fnl4Xp5FVcH7kdTgbYqXeiulMEZMZtI