Cambridge Folk Festival
Cambridge Folk Festival is the UK's longest running outdoor folk music festival.
Held annually in a tree lined park in Cambridge city centre, the same location since the event started in 1965 (running longer than Glastonbury), the festival is one of the "most prestigious" in the world according to The Times, with 14,000 attendees and one of only 3 music festivals to receive live TV coverage on Sky Arts reaching 477,000 people in 2012.
Previous partners include; Fever Tree, The Co-operative (award winning partnership), BBC Radio 2, Sky Arts HD, Charles Wells, Crabbie's, Greene King and UNISON.
The Festival has the potential to reach 100,000 AVE on newspaper editorial, targeted music press, as well as interaction with 14,000 festival attendees and a 18,000 clean e-mailing database alongside 6,000 Facebook friends and 5,000 twitter followers.