Knutsford businesses hit the right note with festival backing

May 30, 2019 by Music Fest HQ in  News

Support from Knutsford businesses is proving music to the ears of festival organisers.

Knutsford Music Festival has grown from three days to four in 2019, running from June 20 to 23 with more than 40 performers across more than 20 locations in the town.

Festival organisers have been busy since January preparing for this year’s event with support from this year’s festival sponsors Bella Design and Marketing, Dexter and Jones, Glaisyers Solicitors and Wine and Wallop.

Wine and Wallop are festival sponsors for the second year after being the main festival sponsor in 2018.

The King Street bar and restaurant have another branch in Didsbury, and have been very popular since opening in Knutsford in 2018.

Knutsford Guardian:
Dan English from Wine and Wallop

They will also be running a bar at the ‘Friday Night Blues’ event at St John’s Church.

Fellow Knutsford business Dexter and Jones operate a craft beer and gin bar on Princess Street.

The business has sponsored the festival beermats for 2019, which can be found across Knutsford, and will also be running a bar at The Main Event on Saturday, June 22 at Vermilion Studios.

You can catch fringe events at both businesses during the festival across the weekend, more details of which can be found on the festival website and in the festival gig guides.

Glaisyers have worked with Knutsford Town Council for a number of years and have decided to support Knutsford Music Festival as a sponsor in 2019.

The solicitors are based in central Manchester and provide high quality legal services across the north west.

Bella Design and Marketing have also worked with the town council on numerous projects and have provided promotional materials for several Knutsford events, including this year’s Bunny Hop.

The agency has designed all the promotional materials for the 2019 Knutsford Music Festival, including the eye-catching posters, beermats and gig guides which you can find all across Knutsford, Cheshire and Manchester.

Knutsford town councillor and member of the Music Festival working group Cllr Andrew Malloy said: “We’re delighted to have the support of local business for our 3rd Knutsford Music Festival.

Knutsford Guardian:
Emily Jones and Chloe Millward from Bella Design and Marketing

“Without such support it would be difficult to put on such a fabulous array of attractions right across the town, bringing in people from all over the region.”

You can find out more about this year’s sponsors and the services they provide by visiting their respective websites and finding them on social media platforms.

Article sourced from Knutsford Guardian article published online 22/05/2019

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