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Argento Brass is a brass quintet hailing from all over the country, with the majority situated in Leicestershire and the East Midlands. "We formed in 2012 as an idea between friends and family, sharing a mutual love for brass and music as a whole. Our members, all currently under the age of thirty, have taken their passion for music with them to various universities, including the musically-acclaimed University of Huddersfield. We are able to perform from a huge variety of music from classical masterpieces to the latest chart-topping pop songs. Arrangements are especially chosen to showcase the diversity of the group, including original arrangements by the Chinery brothers. We are available for hire for all occasions from weddings to corporate functions. We're unafraid of challenge - we are happy to tailor music to any occasion. If there is a piece of music not listed on our website, we will be happy to accommodate your needs. We would like to improve our music and perform in many concerts throughout the year and be able to devote full time to the group. Our music can inspire and entertain all ages and we already have several good reviews from people we have worked with. To take the group to its full potential is up to you!" Contact: Benjamin Chinery. Address: 11 Main Street, Broughton Astley, Leicester LE9 6RE. E-mail:
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Caravan Music Promotions works with breakthrough artists, bands and musicians, representing them and presenting them to the industry. The company specialises in radio and TV exposure on a global scale and all its artists have the potential for international TV and radio exposure through Sky TV and digital radio. The company highlights the fact that they have four artists currently on rotation on MTV2 and two on world tours; the BBC have taken a huge interest in another. Clearly this is a great opportunity for sponsorship and advertising by any company wishing to expand and get itself seen, whilst helping develop a business and up-and-coming young musicians. Contact: JJ Kane, CEO. Address: 38 Everett Close, Wells, Somerset BA5 3JG. Tel.: 07739 126794. Fax: 01749 678391. E-mail:
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The CLIC Sargent Annual Christmas Concert at the Royal Albert Hall is an extremely popular event with its supporters and is a sellout to an audience of 4,000. This is a very attractive pre-Christmas marketing/sponsorship opportunity. The event, which features a 1,500 strong choir of children from schools throughout London and the south east, has featured celebrity headliners such as the hugely popular Lee Ryan (formerly with boy band Blue), Joss Stone, Lamar (The Fame Academy), Billie Piper, Hear'Say and Miss Dynamite. The show presents a host of professional singers and variety performances, including circus acts and dance groups, making this a thoroughly modern and highly entertaining way to celebrate the festive season. Past concerts have attracted a host of star supporters amongst the 4,000 strong audience, with recent attendees including Cherie Booth QC (CLIC Sargent Patron), Annie Lennox, Eddie Jordan, Ian Wright and Lady Helen Taylor (CLIC Sargent Ambassador). This year's event is sure to be no exception, with celebrities hoping to help ensure the Christmas Celebration will once again be a resounding success for CLIC Sargent and the many hundreds of families it aids and supports. This family festive evening is an extremely successful event and the Title Sponsor will be synonymous with this high-profile charity concert. "We will offer you maximum brand exposure to the thousands of concert attendees and our wider audience, before and throughout the Christmas Celebration". Contact: Paul Turner, Head of Major Fundraising. Address: Griffin House, 161 Hammersmith Road, London W6 8SG. Tel.: 020 8752 2835. E-mail:

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Branding opportunities

All signage at venue to read: CLIC Sargent Christmas Celebration, sponsored by (sponsor's company name/logo)
All printed material to refer to, and branded as, CLIC Sargent Christmas Celebration sponsored by (sponsor's company name/logo) eg promotional flyers, reminders and event programme
Logo on all tickets: sponsor's logo to be placed alongside the CLIC Sargent logo on all event tickets

Verbal acknowledgement on evening by MC and Conductor
Sponsor's literature and posters to be available for distribution
Sponsor's logo with hyperlink on the event website
Souvenir Programme: branding/advert

Guest hospitality

Press and Public Relations opportunities

"The knowledge that you will be supporting the UK's leading children's cancer charity".


The EMMA'S (The Electronic Music Maker Awards Scotland) have been supported by Minister for Culture and External Affairs Fiona Hyslop and are also supported by Pressure, Supernova, Soma Records, Electronica Magazine, Subcity Radio and Radiomagnetic. The EMMA's are the first of their kind for this genre in Scotland and have a significant market to aim for, their target audience being predominantly youthful, aged between 18 and 35, with scope for extensive media coverage through various specialist media and newspaper features and entertainment sections. Testaments from Soma Records' artists Alex Smoke, Gary Beck and Graeme Reedie of Silicone Soul highlight the level of support. The aim is to promote excellence in electronic production, with involvement in everything from club nights (the end product of electronic music) to industry and networking events, such as Soma School (promoting the production side). EMMA'S Awards represents an exciting opportunity to be involved in a highly engaging and comprehensive initiative within a youthful growing market, which interacts at various levels throughout the year, feeding the promotional wheel as it rolls out. "I am looking for two or three main sponsors at a value of around £1,000". Latest information is available in application. Contact: Graeme Fleck. Address: 1/2 152 Calder Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G42 7QF. Tel.: 07983 599454. E-mail:
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Benefits for the Main Sponsor

    Corporate logo displayed prominently on on flyers (three rounds of 5,000) and posters (TBA)

    Logo displayed on all e-mails, letters and formal communications on behalf of EMMA'S Awards

    Logo displayed on 8ft by 2ft banner to be displayed at over twenty events from roadshows to club nights across Scotland, including nights with attendance in excess of 1,000 people

    Logo and links displayed prominently on official website used for public voting mechanism

    EMMA'S Spotlight magazine-style website, which is being developed to provide regular monthly updates on new artists, promoters and venues in Scotland

    EMMA'S TV is planned to bring updates on big name international touring DJs visiting Scotland and to present the lowdown on venues, tours and related info. - logo displayed on episodes on YouTube channel and on EMMA'S Spotlight website

    Logos displayed in promo images and professional photography of the event, to be included in press pack before and after the event

    In addition, social networking sites will provide links and access to the network of electronic music associated demographics. Facebook pages including EMMAS SCOTLAND, EMMAS EDINBURGH, EMMAS ABERDEEN and EMMAS DUNDEE, Twitter, Soundcloud, Mixcloud and MySpace; these will provide social marketing tools to target young people between 18 and 35 in each major city in Scotland, with sponsored stories, logos and info. about the sponsor's company and products or events

    Other opportunities exist with lower level sponsorship with smaller logos displayed, feature articles on the website; featured stories on Facebook, promotional leaflets added to promo packs and various other forms subject to negotiation. Sponsorship at this level can be through funds of £100 to £300 or providing services of a similar value.


Kala Phool is an arts development agency that strives to make diverse artforms accessible, fun and low cost. Currently not core funded, Kala Phool needs financial support from like-minded organisations that want to work with it. Projects Kala Phool develops and delivers include the Brighton Hip Hop Festival, which boasts a position as the UK's largest celebration of Hip Hop culture. Kala Phool currently works globally with existing and emerging partners, as well as those from across the UK, pushing the boundaries in making all the artforms under the Hip Hop 'banner' visible. Kala Phool works to support under-developed artform sectors that may not necessarily have a voice. It advocates on strategic, national and international levels with a variety of agencies. "We want to hear from you". Contact: Ms Indy Hunjan. Address: PO Box 106, Brighton, East Sussex BN50 9BU. Tel.: +44 (0) 7977 449052. E-mail:
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The distinctive sound of Libera has travelled the world in the last few years. The group's albums have topped both mainstream and classical charts in many countries and their recordings hold their place in top-tens alongside major artists like Bocelli. The boys who make up the vocal band Libera have been described as "normal" and "ordinary". However, as their recordings and performances demonstrate, the music they produce is truly extraordinary. With shimmering, mystical chords and ecstatic harmonies, they are unlike any other group you have ever heard. These are truly sounds to lift the soul. The singers of Libera, who are aged seven to sixteen, attend many different local schools in south London and come from a variety of backgrounds. Although they are boys and they sing, they do not think of themselves as choirboys, but rather as an alternative kind of boy band. While the unique sound of Libera may be impossible to pigeonhole, its universal appeal has endeared the group to fans all over the world, particularly in the US, the UK, the Philippines, South Korea and Japan, where their CDs top the mainstream and classical charts and where they sell out large capacity concert halls - ideal situations for sponsorship exposure. "We would love to be able to tour more, and to bring our unique music to even more people; however we are restricted by our financial resources. We are enormously grateful for all the time volunteered by parents and others, to say nothing of the boys' time. However, we have to pay the bills - and taking the boys on tour is expensive. We are keen that ticket prices should remain relatively inexpensive, but it costs on average £250k pa to train the boys and maintain the current level of touring. Income from ticket sales is generally insufficient to cover touring costs with twenty-five boys and ten support staff, so we rely on kind gifts from generous supporters. Libera is a not-for-profit, UK registered charity. If you have enjoyed our music and would like to consider making a donation, either as a one-off gift or on a regular monthly basis, we would be eternally grateful. Contributions can be made online by visiting this donations link on our website - - or by contacting us. The generosity of our supporters is what makes it possible for us to continue to create and share the unique sound of Libera worldwide, whilst giving the boys an unparalleled musical education and fantastic opportunities to perform". Contact: David Stephens. Address: 22 Gosport Road, Lee on the Solent, Hampshire PO13 9EL. Tel.: 02392 430244. E-mail:
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Branding opportunities

     All signage/programmes/flyers include sponsor's name and logo
     Sponsor's literature and posters available at concert
     Sponsor's logo with hyperlink on the event website
     Guest hospitality
     Press and PR opportunities


The Idea: a concert in London featuring two (possible three) acts that have appeared in the Eurovision Song Contest. "Hidden musical gems can be found, so please don't be put off by the Eurovision tag!" Venue and date: to be confirmed, but planning for June/July 2016 at a London nightclub. "Headline act will be Litesound, from Belarus - founded in 2005 by brothers Dmitry and Vladimir Karyakin, they are one of the top music acts of their country and recipients of several awards including People's Music Choice Award 2015, Eurostar Award 2012, Finalist in New Wave Stars 2010 and Song of the Year Award 2009 and 2008. Eager to expand their fanbase outside of Belarus, they have performed in Italy, Portugal, Belgium and Holland. This will be their first visit to the UK, so all help is needed to make this a success. Second act is Alex Larke, one half of Electro Velvet, the 2015 UK Eurovision entrant, who has an album to promote. If the fundraising goal is reached, a third act might be included. Check out Litesound's promotional video on YouTube: We need fifteen generous sponsors to donate £200.00 each to help with expenses such as venue hire, promotion and travel costs for this fan-run event. Please contact us for more details". Contact: Caroline Griffin. Address: 18 Pinmill, basildon, Essex SS14 1LG. E-mail:
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Benefits of Sponsorship

    Two complimentary tickets
    Priority seating at concert
    Complimentary bottle of wine for you and your guest
    Souvenir programme - acknowledgement and free advert
    Meet and greet with the artists  


31st March, 2016
NEWARK BLUES FESTIVAL (check for updated details)
The not-for-profit Newark Blues Festival is the only event of its kind in the East Midlands area. Organised by local musicians and music enthusiasts on a volunteer basis, the festival will be taking place in numerous venues across the town, with several feature events also being held in the grounds of Newark Castle throughout the weekend. Once again this will include the hosting of the prestigious British Blues Awards presentation, organised independently by Nottingham Blues Society. With top national blues artists performing, as well as established local bands, plus the involvement of local young musicians through the free to attend workshops, the event promises to once again attract both a local, national and international audience. "With the continued development of our website, the involvement of local and national media and support from the Town and District Councils, we are positive that this year's festival will continue to build on the success of the first four events, which gained both local and national recognition and coverage, including nominations in the Best Blues Festival category of the British Blues Awards. Once again Newark Blues Festival promises to be one of the live music events of the year and we would like to offer your business or organisation the opportunity to get involved. There are many ways to partner with Newark Blues Festival, from simply donating services to sponsoring a special event, or even the main stage. If you would like to talk further about becoming involved with Newark Blues Festival in any capacity whatsoever, please feel free to call us or drop us an email. We look forward to talking with you soon". Contact: Darren Pointing, Chairman. Address: 1 Dale Way, Fernwood, Newark NG24 3GH. Tel.: 07903 598256. E-mail:
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Ongoing - annual
Rock Generation will be a three day rock music festival with one main sixty foot stage hosting twenty-four bands over the course of the weekend. "Our Mission - the Rock Generation Music Festival idea was born from our passion to help people. Not only are we aiming to raise money for The Samaritans, in the form of donating all net profits from ticket sales, but we are also creating a festival that focuses around mental-physical well-being and addictions through the presence of mentors and practitioners who will attend and create relaxing and advisory areas. In addition to the performances onstage, there will be various different relaxing zones and therapy tents and advisors - various different practitioners will be on hand to offer support to anyone that needs it. The theme will be positive and vibrant, with     a small stage supporting up and coming musicians through their process    a healthy well-being area for anyone coming away from an addiction and wanting to be with like-minded people    talks from various different champions who have overcome depression and addiction    Of course, an array of bars, food stalls and daily entertainment such as you would expect at any UK music festival    not forgetting our wonderful wall of faith, designed by our guest artist and open for all to leave a message of hope! All of this will take place at The Hop Farm, one of the most famous and recognisable features of the Garden of England, boasting the world's largest collection of iconic Victorian oast houses. Its long and illustrious history spans nearly five centuries from its humble origins as a working hop farm to the picturesque location it has become. The Hop Farm will open its gates to Rock Generation, able to hold an impressive 50,000 capacity. Stretched over the beautiful countryside it is the size of 100 football pitches. Being located near all major London airports and the Channel Tunnel, the venue will allow us to welcome UK and international rock fans. It has previously played host to the likes of artists such as Prince, Bob Dylan, The Eagles, Iggy and the Stooges, Peter Gabriel, Suede and Florence and The Machine, to name a few. Reach - our press partners are Kerrang, Loudwire, Team Rock and Rolling Stone, who have average hits and readers of over five million, including a soon-to-go-to-print double page spread in Metal Hammer magazine, which sponsors will be featured in. All Production Ready: Stage and Sound, Backline, Accommodation, Venue and Layout, Stage managers, Personnel, Transport, Food, Drink, Security, Tickets, Merchandise, Camping, Glamping. We have someone who has been thirty years in the business and has toured with most of the bands. We also have a stage manager who has been stage manager for Metallica and Glastonbury 2017. Please see the sponsorship pack available via the download button below. All packages can be tailored to your business all details can be found at". Contact: Neil Cooper, Director. Tel.: 07984583367. Address: 28 Osprey House, Archer Close, Studley B80 7HG. E-mail:
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Sponsorship benefits

Rock Generation is offering the opportunity for brand sponsors to broaden their reach and support their chosen charities - The Samaritans. We have set aside a field within the festival 100m x 100m to programme your own in-house event complete with 36m stage. This will be a complete product sampling master area - no other brands will be sold within this area other than the chosen sponsor products, a complete company zone.

     Main Stage branding      Live advertising announcements throughout the event (on-screen)      Brand logo on all official advertising artwork/merchandise (pre-event as well as show weekend)      Social media campaign, including official festival platforms plus stake holders. Platforms, ie bands, charities, press = a tremendous reach (pre-event as well as show weekend)      Full access to the festival ticket buyers' database for independent promotions (post-event)      Opportunity to work closely with the charity The Samaritans      50 VIP weekend festival tickets      200 weekend camping tickets      Documentary footage plus TV live event      Artist demonstrations for brand


Download more info.!   Click button to download more information about the opportunity to sponsor the Rock Generation music festival (pdf format)



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Probably the coolest surf and music festival north of the equator! Since its inception well over a decade ago, GoldCoast has proved that its sponsors can successfully build brand equity, place product in the hands of its target audience and create an experience that guests take home and share with others, thus expanding their reach. Sponsors wishing to discuss key opportunities and benefits, the marketing plan, target markets, realistic participation and audience numbers, timelines and other essential facts, should get in touch. Contact: Warren D. Latham, Event Director. Address: Unit One, Velator Business Park, Braunton EX33 2DX. Tel.: 01271 817000. Fax: 01271 815926. E-mail:
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The Woodworks Annual Music and Dance Festival attracts approximately 1,000 across the Bishops Stortford, Stansted Airport, M11 corridor area of East Herts. and West Essex. This major event offers excellent sponsorship opportunities in terms of publicity materials, showcase events, world class performances and all-age public participation. Contact: Tony Phillips, Director. Address: 3, The Courtyard, Windhill, Bishops Stortford, Herts. CM23 2ND. Tel.: 01279 504735. Fax: 01279 757658. E-mail:
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Robert Hylton Urban Classicism (RHUC) produce, perform and educate through hip hop, contemporary dance, music, theatre and film, to enrich people through shared culture, life long learning and new experience. RHUC's left of centre approach to hip hop, theatre, film and contemporary dance choreography has carved a company whose work is groundbreaking, accessible and thought-provoking. RHUC was born in 1999 from an idea of returning to a form of expression experienced by Robert Hylton. This, coupled with newly found techniques, direction and ongoing discipline, gave Robert a basis for Urban Classicism. Today RHUC is much more than that early vision of fusion that Robert held: it is a foundation for the future of the next generation whose hearts and dreams also reside within the realms of hip hop, contemporary dance, theatre, education and film. RHUC now boasts core staff, performers, technical staff and some twenty collaborators and followers, with supporters and clients from around the UK and the world. RHUC tours have included small to middle-scale theatres throughout the UK over its lifespan, with its reputation having spread as far afield as Australia, New Zealand, Bangkok, Indonesia, Taiwan, Belgium, Copenhagen, Cyprus, Holland, Italy, Mozambique, South Africa, Lithuania, Prague, Zagreb and Cuba. UK venues include the South Bank Centre, Robin Howard Theatre, The Place, Lilian Baylis - Sadlers Wells and LABAN. RHUC has drawn audiences and participants from all cultural backgrounds and age groups, its eclectic style attracting from the ages of eight to eighty years old. Past sponsors, commissioners and supporters include the South Bank Centre, the National Gallery, LABAN and Vestax Europe. "This young hip-hop artist uses a mix of forms to take dance to entertaining and dramatic new places", The Times, UK; "The six dancers swagger about both in formation and with solo turns, showcasing kicks, backspins and improbably angled headstands", The Guardian, UK; "The meeting of two dance cultures, with each successfully crossing the other's boundaries", The Jakarta Post, Indonesia. RHUC is seeking to engage with commercial partners in a manner that creates cultural, social, educational and financial opportunities. Contact: Rajpal Pardesi, Senior Manager. Address: Office 3, The Cottages, Laban, Creekside, London SE8 3DZ. Tel.: +44 (0) 208 469 4900. Fax: +44 (0) 208 469 4909. E-mail:
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Sponsors are needed by the Rugby Music Festival. It's the largest live music event in the area (apart from Godiva in Coventry) in 2015. The event will take place in August (dates TBC). RMF15 is a free event: it is planned over two stages and includes twenty-four acts. Many genres of music are featured and the festival has true family appeal, including bars, catering, rides, games, stalls and so on to make for a full and exciting day of entertainment. "The festival is organised by volunteers and the artists play for free. The event is not-for-profit for the community and in aid of charity. It is funded by a limited number of sponsors whose logos and brands are included on the material associated with the event. In return, sponsors contribute either £500.00 ('Sponsor') or £1,000.00 ('Main Sponsor') towards event costs. Examples of sponsors' benefits are listed below. Please contact us for updated information". Contact: David Head, Event Organiser. Tel.: 07720 444084. E-mail:
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     Logo and name across all of our media, online presence and printed materials
     Exploit considerable Midlands publicity
     Promotion across social media
     Badged on the event banners across the town centre for three months
     Logo on event programme
     Logo on 50,000 flyers distributed to every houshold
     Mentions in press releases
     Logo on event signwork
     Demonstrates support for live music
     Shows active involvement in community
     Demonstrate support for young people in the arts (music and dance)
     Demonstrate support for our chosen charities

Main Sponsors

     Everything listed above, plus ...
     Badged on the backdrop to the main stage
     Half page advertisement/feature in the event programme
     Space for additional banners around site
     First refusal sponsoring 2016
     Guaranteed promotion and thanks by comperes three times during the day
     Photo opportunities with organisers and artists
     Backstage access


AMP/005 VIRTUALFESTIVALS.COM is offering a range of sponsorship packages, giving sponsors the opportunity to connect their brand image with the UK music festivals scene. Contact: John Bownas. Address: c/o Dijit, 72 Charlotte Street, London W1T 4QQ. Tel.: 07876 390065. Fax: 020 7436 5223. E-mail:
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Xtravaganza boasts a position as the UK's most successful independent dance music record label, with four million records sold and fifty top forty hits. A thriving event and nightclub brand, Xtravaganza's activities include a weekly summer residency at the world's largest nightclub, Privilege, Ibiza, as well as global dance music events elsewhere in Europe, in Asia, in South America and the USA. The organisation is also involved in UK student tours and global dance music releases. Xtravaganza claims that its innovative and ground breaking music and events policy attracts early adopters, cosmopolitan buyers, opinion formers, all dance music enthusiasts and the mass global youth market. It is currently offering a range of sponsorship opportunities. Contact: Jessica Bigogno, Special Projects Manager. Address: Suite 3d, 36-37 Warple Way, London W3 0RG. Tel.: 0208 740 9700. E-mail:
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