One of Norfolk’s biggest music festivals has welcomed back a major sponsor for the fourth year in a row, as chartered accountants and financial planners Lovewell Blake are once again revealed as the Church Stage sponsor at the Reepham Festival, which takes place from 9 – 11 August.
Legendary British ska band Bad Manners, with frontman Buster Bloodvessel, are the headline act this year. The Lovewell Blake Church Stage will see a variety of acoustic acts, including singer-songwriter Nief Carroll, Cambridge alternative roots band Camisayo, and an acoustic set from indie rock band Black Dog Project.
Now in its 12th year, the Reepham Festival attracts around 2,500 people over the course of the weekend, with music on four stages featuring over 20 different bands and musicians.
Lovewell Blake came on board as a sponsor for the 2016 Festival, and has announced that it is to support the Festival for the fourth consecutive year.“We are delighted that Lovewell Blake has chosen to return as a sponsor once again,”
said Festival director Steve Jenkins. “The church stage is an important part of the Festival, offering a diverse range of music to complement what is on offer on the other stages.”
Chris Solt, partner at Lovewell Blake, said, “The Reepham Festival has become one of the most important community events in the county, and we are delighted to support it once again. The past three years have been a very rewarding experience for us, and we are really looking forward to the 2019 Festival.”
More details about the 2019 Reepham Festival can be found at www.reephamfestival.co.uk
. Pictured above: Reepham Festival director Steve Jenkins (left) with Chris Solt of Festival sponsor Lovewell Blake.