BEAF Programme Launch 2019

by | Apr 11, 2019 | News Articles | 0 comments

The BEAF 2019 programme is here!

The BEAF team hosted an evening at Urban Beach on Wednesday 10th April to celebrate the launch of the 2019 programme!

The venue matched perfectly with the new programme and the brilliant staff served up some delicious canapés! The event was also sponsored by Dancing Cows, who provided us with their wonderful Gin- that kept on flowing. The soundtrack for the event was played by DJ Bob Hill from Illicit Grooves, he created the perfect atmosphere throughout the night. The evening gave the artists a chance to meet each other in readiness for the festival and browse through the brand new brochure!

A big thank you to all the stakeholders and artists that attended, and the BEAF team who organised the event and made it such a success!

Keep an eye out for the new brochure in and around Bournemouth and pick up a copy, to find out about the events at this year’s festival!

Share pictures of your programme on social media using #BEAF2019

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