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“Beverley is one of my favourite festivals ever; small enough to have a big friendly cosy atmosphere yet big enough to book the very best in folk and roots music. I have had some of the best musical experiences of my life at Beverley. See you there!” Mike Harding
For over 30 years Beverley Folk Festival has been producing an annual weekend event to remember. Offering the best new performers alongside some of the greatest established acts; it’s a unique opportunity to spot tomorrow’s stars and enjoy today’s greats. A local festival with national and international appeal set in a family friendly environment.
A not-for-profit organisation, Beverley Folk Festival is run by a small and dedicated team of professionals, supported by a loyal team of unflagging volunteers.
“The Beverley Folk Festival is a true jewel in the region’s crown.” John Godber
Beverley Folk Festival is the largest event of its kind in the region, attracting in excess of 5,000 visitors each year to its 50+ various events, with people coming from across the UK; some even travelling from as far as Australia.
It is also award-winning, having won the REYTA – Remarkable Tourism Event/Experience Award 2014, and more recently, a Festival Kidz Silver Award! The festival has also been nominated for various UK Festival Awards, including Best Toilets, Best Small Festival, Best Family Festival, Grass Roots Festival Award.
Sponsoring the Beverley Folk Festival provides your company with the opportunity to be associated with one of the key cultural events in the region with local, national and international appeal.
We welcome the opportunity to partner with sponsors of all sizes, whether you want to sponsor a particular artist or event or if you have some products or services you can offer in-kind.
For more information, contact the festival office on 07568 593960 or email email@example.com
Here is our 2014 community project which was sponsored by William Jackson Food Group with support from Beverley Town Council – “The World War One War Horse Project”
Photo Credit: Peter Dunwell Photography