10 years of celebrating Kingston

Every summer, Kingston will become a cultural hub for some of the most exciting young artists as the International Youth Arts Festival bursts into life, bringing new opportunities for our partners and sponsors.

The festival:

  • attracts 30,000+ visitors
  • sells 10,000+ tickets
  • supports 5000+ participants

Visitor numbers are increasing every year, and the festival’s reputation as a high-quality event has attracted international media coverage. People travel from all over the world to Kingston to be part of this event as performers, volunteers and audience members.

PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
  1. Become a festival sponsor.
  2. Sponsor or host a specific event.
  3. Donate goods or services in kind for one of our festival projects.
  4. Make a donation to support our youth volunteering programme.
  5. Offer your employees paid days off to volunteer for our charity.

Please get in touch if you would like to discuss any of these options with our team, and discover how being associated with a leading arts charity for young people can raise the profile of your business.

Advertise in the festival programme

The 2019 programme will mark 11 years of Kingston’s International Youth Arts Festival. For more information about placing an advert, including artwork specification and deadlines, view the 2019 Advertising Brochure, email or call us on 020 8549 2120. In order to guarantee your space please complete the booking form as soon as possible.

  • High-quality A5 programme (96 pages plus fold out cover in 2018)
  • 10,000 print-run
  • Promotion across our digital platforms
  • Digital edition with a global reach
  • Local + professional regional/London distribution

Full page £500 + VAT
Half-page £250 + VAT
Quarter page £140 + VAT

Bookings completed by 16 January 2019 will be eligible for a 10% discount on the standard rate (above).

Advertisers booking deadline: 1 March
Advertisers artwork deadline: 8 March

Last year’s IYAF programme can be seen here.

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