Lichfield Proms in Beacon Park is a free entry event for the whole family, and the council is hoping more sponsors will come forward to help raise the money needed to stage its nineteenth outdoor concert extravaganza.
2017’s Lichfield Proms is on Saturday 2 September, when thousands of people will gather in Beacon Park for a spectacular evening of entertainment. Set to feature The British Police Symphony Orchestra, the City of Lichfield Concert Band, children’s entertainment, and a fireworks finale, it is the event to end the summer in style.
Sponsorship packages start from £50, and offer businesses a great way to reach thousands of local people and visitors. Sponsors can benefit from their logos appearing on posters and leaflets and in the glossy programme. They also feature in news stories and have VIP parking and seating at the event – right in front of the stage.
Councillor Iain Eadie, Cabinet Member for Leisure, said: “We couldn’t stage Lichfield Proms without the generous support of local companies and organisations, and we’re doing a final call for sponsors for our 2017 event. Sponsoring Lichfield Proms is an excellent way to give something back to the local community. It’s such a wonderful evening that’s enjoyed by thousands, and helping to make it happen makes it even more special.”
To find out more about sponsorship packages, please email mailto:email@example.com or call 01543 308866.
Sponsors so far include: Rotary Club of Lichfield St Chad, Lichfield Chamber of Trade & Commerce, Friels Construction, Brownhill Hayward Brown, Allen Brown Jewellery, Lichfield City Council, Strong Plastic Products Ltd, Wilcox Refinishers, Beacon Street Garage, Blue Print Designs, Grosvenor Shutters, Keelys Solicitors, Moseleys Solicitors, Secret Garden, Young Ideas and Staffordshire County Councillors Janet Eagland, Natasha Pullen and Colin Greatorex – through Staffordshire Local Community Fund.
Lichfield City Council has also contributed to Lichfield Proms through a grant.