Why should you be a sponsor of the Conisbrough Music Festival?
Well firstly you’ll get direct access to our festival crowd giving you a prime opportunity to showcase your brand and services throughout the day. Secondly, you’ll be supporting and enhancing many other local community initiatives that the Music Festival support each and every year, and most importantly you will be contributing to our volunteer led Music Festival to help us make it bigger and better in future years.Sponsor Pack
As well as entertaining the masses, we aim to put money directly back into the community. Here is what we’ve done since our first ever festival!
Starting in descending order:
Tom Hill Voluntary Youth Service £150.00
Conisbrough Monday Night Voluntary Youth Club £150.00
Denaby Action Group (DAG) £200.00
Conisbrough Scouts £150.00
Churches Together Christmas Carol Service £200.00
Sgt. Calvert Memorial Fund £200.00
Sheffield Children’s Hospitals £382.00.
From the CMF Community Raffle the following groups combined, Dearne Valley Swimming Club, Castle Academy, St Peters Boxing Club, Conisbrough Cavaliers Marching Band £800.00
Weston Park Cancer Charity £225.00
Conisbrough Scouts £100.00
Conisbrough Cavaliers Marching Band £100.00
Denaby Action Group £200.00
Monday Night YC @ the Ivanhoe Centre £200.00
Denaby Bumping Space £200.00
St Peters ABC £200.00
Tom Hill ABC £100.00
Denaby United JFC £75.00
Youth Theatre @ the Ivanhoe Centre £75.00
Denaby Main JFC £75.00
Groves JFC £75.00
Tom Hill YC Monday Night Live £75.00
Conisbrough Ivanhoe Centre £200.00
No donations made
Musical Instrument Vouchers for 6 local schools £100.00 each
Castle Cavaliers Vouchers £100.00
St Peters Church Playgroup £35.00
Tom Hill YC £100.00
Conisbrough Library YC £100.00
St Peters ABC £100.00
Conisbrough Scouts £100.00
Stone Castle Surgery Defibrillator Appeal £100.00
If your question is not answered here, use the contact form to get in touch.
Cash machines are located in the Village Centre which is a two-minute walk, so no need to carry loads of money! You are free to leave the festival site and return at any time.
No camping is allowed on site at any time. The nearest camping is located at Thrybergh Country Park which is two miles from Conisbrough.
Under 18s should be accompanied by an adult and supervised throughout. No under 18’s will be allowed entry without an adult. Children’s sun shade tents are allowed. They must be no higher than 1.2m and we’d ask that people consider where they are sitting if erecting one. We reserve the right to ask you to move if you’re obscuring anyone’s view of the stage.
We aim to provide access to all entertainment on site. It should be noted that the main concert area is located on a green field site – we will always endeavour to provide assistance where necessary. Parking spaces for blue badge holders are available in the Castle car park which is across the road from the main festival site. Please note there may be a charge for this. A disabled toilet will be available on the field.
We appreciate that the majority of dog owners are responsible, but the festival is required to have rules in place to cover all circumstances. Therefore, dogs are allowed on site within the following rules:
• They must be kept on leads at all times.
• Owners must clear up after them.
• If your dog is liable to bark or is nervous around children, crowds or loud noise, please do not bring them to the festival for the sake of other festival goers and the animals themselves.
• Dogs are not allowed inside any festival venue (e.g. marquees, bar, etc.)
• Assistance Dogs are permitted in all festival areas.
• They must not be left in cars – this is for their own health and well-being. If this happens, the festival may take action if there are concerns about the welfare of an animal.
• The festival management reserves the right to insist on the removal of a dog from the festival site if there are concerns regarding its behaviour.
The festival does not in any way tolerate the taking of or trading of non-prescribed drugs on its site.
First Aid and Security will be on hand throughout the day and attending staff will be visible.
We kindly ask that you do not bring your own alcohol or glass containers – you are free to bring your own picnic. Bag checks will take place before entry. There will also be food and drink outlets available so please support our excellent suppliers. Challenge 25 will be in effect, please ensure you have suitable ID when purchasing from our bars. Anyone found to be buying alcohol for under 18s will be asked to leave immediately.
No personal gazebo’s, tents or marquees will be allowed on site.
Children’s sun shade tents are allowed. They must be no higher than 1.2m and we’d ask that people consider where they are sitting if erecting one. We reserve the right to ask you to move if you’re obscuring anyone’s view of the stage.
Anyone losing or finding lost property should report this to the Event Control Centre or any of our volunteer team.
The Festival site will officially open to the public on Saturday 4th June 11.00am and close at 9.00pm the same day.
There are free car parks in the village centre, which is a two-minute walk from the site. Please consider local residents when street parking, the adjacent roads to the festival site will be coned off and no parking will be allowed in these areas. Local residents have been instructed to contact South Yorkshire Police to tow away any vehicle causing an obstruction. Please note the Sainsbury’s Local car park only permits free parking for 1 hour. The car park at the bottom of Castle Hill requires a payment online.
Photographs taken in any area of the festival site by our Official Photographers may be used in future marketing material.
Timings may be subject to last-minute changes at the discretion of the Festival committee.
Under no circumstances will wristbands be replaced free of charge, please ensure you take extra care of yours. No ticket, no entry, and no tickets will be available on the day.
We intend that our Jubilee celebrations will be one of the friendliest and safest around! We reserve the right to remove from the festival site any person (whether or not they have a ticket) who causes a disturbance, attempts to sell merchandise or hand out printed material without prior authorisation, or in any way disrupts the normal operation of the festival.