Festivals

We have four Gold PR Awards in our trophy cabinet, for public relations campaigns conducted for festivals, for a very good reason. Our festivals’ PR is dynamic, ideas-driven and not wholly reliant on simple statements of fact about what and who you can see in the event programme. We inject creativity into every aspect of pre-festival planning, so that we can build excitement and maintain drip-feed communication to potential festival visitors, over the course of many months.

The number of festivals in the British and worldwide calendar is now extraordinary, so standing out from the crowd is vital. Making your festival a must-visit event, is what we strive to achieve on behalf of our clients.

Our work for festivals combines PR, copywriting, content creation and social media and we ‘think’ pictures, as well as words. We can handle PR for festivals and events, both at home and abroad, regardless of whether they are based on food, family, country living, music, art or culture.

If you are a festival organiser in need of vibrant and exciting PR, that will catapult your event into the headlines, captivate social media users and woo exhibitors, please call +44 (0) 1253 891114.

Our Latest News

January 1st, 2018

The ‘Pult-imates’: Catapult PR’s Ultimate Moments of 2017

Most Fun   The Gauntlet Appointed Representative day in York. Many thanks to Mr McCarron for making our group run the 2-hour treasure hunt trail, stop off for a swift half whilst other teams foolishly strolled the ‘course’, and ultimately […]

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December 31st, 2017

2017:  Catapult PR’s Review of the Year

This has been an incredible year for Catapult PR on the results front, with a host of accolades coming our way.  At the time though, it was just a lot of very hard work, long hours and constant travel on […]

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December 24th, 2017

17 Years of PR in Cumbria & The Lakes!

2018 will see us celebrating 17 years of delivering creative, exciting and first-class PR in Cumbria and the Lake District – one reason why we’ve been described as ‘Cumbria’s adopted PR consultancy’.   It all started with this Lancashire-based PR […]

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