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As a charity the Festival would not function without the generous support of individuals, businesses and organisations. These contributions help us to make the Festival a wonderful celebration of music and art for the whole community to enjoy.

‘Each year I sponsor a concert in memory of my late husband. He loved music and I know he would like to be remembered this way’

A Friend of the Festival

Sponsor a concert

Every year we programme around 12 concerts throughout the week. These concerts provide an excellent opportunity for a Private or Commercial sponsor to associate their name or organisation with the performance. The links to the sponsor appear within the brochure, on our web site, in social media posts and throughout the festival week in announcements and on posters. Sponsorship for Late Night, Lunchtime or Main Concerts are available. There are also other opportunities to sponsor aspects of the Festival and see your Logo and Company name appear.

If you would more information please contact Alan Weston

‘The Burton Bradstock Festival is a very special event and as a local business owner I am delighted to support it’

Local Business owner

Advertise in the brochure

Each year we send out 5000 brochures which include details of the concert programme and the musicians who will be appearing. There are currently 16 advertising slots in the brochure which we offer to our commercial supporters. Prices are very competitive considering the reach of the brochure. It is in use and displayed in various shops from May until August.

If you would like to consider advertising with us please get in touch. Alan Weston

Thank you to our 2023 sponsors

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12-20 AUGUST 2023

Six days of brilliant classical, jazz and world music with internationally acclaimed performers and a nine-day exhibition featuring some of the finest art and ceramics in the South West.

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