Bridget Love – Managing Director
Bridget Love has worked to shape a range of events at the City of Toronto, Sofar Sounds, Harbourfront Centre, and elsewhere. She has been the lead producer on events at numerous institutions across Canada including The Corporation of Massey Hall & Roy Thomson Hall, Plan V Productions and the Royal Conservatory of Music. She was hired as the guest curator for all-night contemporary art event Nuit Blanche 2018 at the Aga Khan Museum which featured over 80 artists in 30 performances and 2 installations in structures scattered across the Museum grounds. Love is responsible for the success of a multitude of events ranging from the ongoing series of Sofar Sounds secret concerts showcasing up-and-coming local and international acts in intimate environments to large scale, one-day events that have brought more than 250,000 people together to celebrate Canada Day.

Jonathan Campbell – Artistic Director
Jonathan Campbell’s career is rooted in the decade (2000-2010) he spent in Beijing as a drummer, writer, promoter, agent and more actively bridging East and West. In addition to presenting, taking and sending dozens of bands to cities across China, Europe, Canada, and the US, he has been part of delegations to music-industry conferences in Asia, Europe, and North and South America, and his writing has appeared in collections and in media outlets around the world. His book, Red Rock: The Long Strange March of Chinese Rock and Roll, was published in 2011, which brought him to literary festivals and venues around the world to discuss rock music in China. In Toronto, he has worked with many of the city’s major cultural institutions in communications, outreach, and programming capacities including Harbourfront Centre, TIFF,  Massey Hall/Roy Thomson Hall, and the Aga Khan Museum and is a 2018-2020 APAP Leadership Fellow.