Jazz Festival Sponsorship

The Ribble Valley Jazz and Blues Festival is the North West's premier jazz festival, featuring major national and international musicians.

Courtney Pine, Jacqui Dankworth, Liane Carrol, Snake Davis, Clare Teal, Arun Ghosh, Claire Martin, Ray Gelato, Soft Machine, Riot Jazz, Jazz Jamaica, Jeremy Sassoon, Northern Jazz Orchestra, Martin Taylor, Remi Harris Trio, Swing Commanders, Stacey Kent, Sirkis/Bialas International Quartet, Soweto Kinch Trio, Andy Sheppard and over 250 other brilliant musicians and singers from around the world! And a lot of fabulously talented local ones as well from Eric Ainsworth to Ella Shaw!

Sponsoring the Festival gives you the chance to associate your company with one of the main events in the Ribble Valley and will help communicate your products, services or company ethos within the area, throughout Lancashire and across the UK. Also to prove to your customers that you want to help with community initiatives, the values such as keeping music live, support young people reach for the stars and helping the local community unite especially to help the least fortunate.

We market the Festival throughout Europe in quality specialist jazz brochures and get national and local coverage throught the valiant efforts of our press and marketing teams.

Want your company or organisation to be in the spotlight at this event? Please talk to us about the ways we can help achieve your aims.

We have some amazing value packages from £50 to £5,000.

Download details about our sponsorship packages here...

We have great financial assistance from the Arts Council and are in partnership with the University of Central Lancashire as well as receiving support from LCC and the Ribble Valley Borough Council. Here's some other organisations who also have faith in us to deliver!


"It's not exclusive, but inclusive, which is the whole spirit of jazz." Herbie Hancock

Clitheroe Council, Ribble Valley Borough Council, Lancashire County CouncilThe Grand, Cloudspotting, Jazz NorthUnistage, Dugdale Nutrition, Fatface, The Local Herald
Supported and Funded by Arts Council England