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Summer Festival Advertising

Advertise your 2018 Festival – 25% Discount Available NOW!

Grapevine Magazine was first published in 1991. For over twenty five years we have been promoting LIVE entertainment across Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk. From the free open mic evenings in your local pub to the major summer music festivals across the region – in our opinion, there is nothing like hearing it LIVE. And its not just about the music – there is theatre and dance too.

Advertising your events has enabled us to produce this unique magazine. Where else can you find 1,000 LIVE entertainment events listed every month in one publication? Your events already stand out in the magazine because you have embraced the power of advertising, and for that we’d like to say THANK YOU!

2017 was a very busy year for us, as well as listing over 13,000 regional events, we hosted our own stage at Ipswich Music Day and had a presence in the village at FolkEast. In September we launched our sister magazine ‘Get Classical’ aimed at the amazing classical music scene in Suffolk. We have had a wonderful reaction to ‘Get Classical’ proving to us that we know both the music scene and the market.

The year ahead is already underway for us. Our January 2018 issue is being distributed as we type. We have some big plans in place for reviews, interviews and collaborations throughout the year ahead.

Not only do our magazines highlight local talent but we also support local venues and their regional, national and international touring acts. Without thriving venues there would be nowhere for aspiring artist to perform.

If you are organising a summer festival you might be interested in the 25% discount available until the end of January – it’s the biggest discount we will be offering to festival organisers this year, so we just thought we’d mention it in passing. Click here for details.