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Tozers announce sponsorship of Not in Devon Song Festival

Posted on 26th March 2020 in General

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Gráinne Staunton

Partner and Solicitor
Tozers announce sponsorship of Not in Devon Song Festival

Tozers is pleased to announce their continued sponsorship of the Devon Song Festival 2020, now turned Not in Devon Song Festival 2020. 

In light of recent government announcements and the spread of Coronavirus, it is with regret that the Devon Song Festival has been cancelled. With the health of audiences, artists and volunteers being a primary concern, as well as venues shutting, the decision has been unavoidable. 

However, there is a plan to offer the new ‘Not in Devon Song Festival’ – a live-streamed event this Saturday 28th March featuring some, or all, of the artists from the original line up. Alternatively, an exclusive pre-recorded video will be made available of some of the performances.

The ‘Not in Devon Song Festival’ will continue striving to make high quality classical music accessible to all, at the heart of the community. Giving musicians and artists their chance to perform, especially during the current unprecedented situation.

For the latest on the ‘Not in Devon Song Festival’, information about tickets, donations and how to help the artists, visit the festival website. 

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