Poster printing helps promote Cambridge Folk Festival as tickets go on sale
February 11, 2011 by Gareth
Tickets for the nationally-renowned Cambridge Folk Festival are due to go on sale on 20th February as part of a pre-sale which is exclusive to local residents. The tickets to the folk festival then go on sale nationally one week later. The folk festival, which is held from the 28th to the 31st of July 2011 at Cherry Hinton Hall is one of the key cultural events in the region’s calendar and one that many local businesses look favourably upon due to the number of tourists and extra custom that the festival brings to the area. Local printing companies are especially geared up for the onset of the folk festival ticket sales as this means they are often engaged by organisers to provide services such as poster printing. Cambridge residents need to be made aware of the early availability of tickets and one effective, eye-catching way to do this is by using a local company’s poster printing services.
Cambridge poster, flyer and brochure printers have experience of promoting Cambridge’s many events each year. If the organisers of the Cambridge folk festival were to use a local printing company in lieu of one that may be large yet faceless is in-keeping with the ethos of the Cambridge Folk Festival which aims to support local businesses as well as showcasing local, national and internationally renowned artists. The line-up of the festival is set to be announced in March and always promises to be exciting, with previous artists including Seasick Steve and the hotly-tipped Imelda May. With the right kind of promotional material supporting this year’s festival, it should be a success.