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Worcester Festival is hopeful that this year’s Festival will be fully back to its fun and vibrant self again!

With this week’s announcements from Boris Johnson paving the way to normal life resuming by June at the earliest The Worcester Festival is hopeful that this year’s Festival will be fully back to its fun and vibrant self again! 2021 will be the 19th year of the Worcester Festival and whatever August holds the Festival will go ahead!

As always we need your help, with the wonderful events that you host. Live and virtual events are welcomed. We know that the last year has been very difficult, but we are encouraging you to get creative, hopefully this year’s Festival will be the first big event in the City and so we want as many people involved as possible!

This is an opportunity to put on something new, or excitingly different, to be innovative, to think outside the box. For example, if you are a restaurant, why not put on a special ‘Worcester Festival’ menu, or cocktail, or a special Worcester Festival deal? If you are pub, why not put on a quiz or a music night or a talent, especially if you don’t normally do those things, the possibilities are endless!

Online registration for this year’s Worcester Festival is now open and it’s so easy, just visit the Worcester Festival website and fill out the online registration form!

There are so many advantages to being part of the Worcester Festival, including the huge amount of generic advertising and hype from which you can benefit, and you will be taking part in one of the largest events in Worcestershire.

When you have registered your event it will be listed in the Worcester Festival Event Guide and on the website. All free of charge! (Although in difficult times, a voluntary contribution would be most welcome.)

It is a genuine opportunity to market or publicise your company to a large number of people and to be a part of the Worcester community.

Covid-19 stopped so many events in the last year, but it certainly didn’t stop The Worcester Festival and it won’t stop us this year should the road map get a little off course. We want 2021’s Worcester Festival to be a beacon of hope and fun for the people of Worcester and hopefully be a chance for us all to celebrate getting through this. So come and get involved!

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