THIS year’s Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival is now over and, once again, it was a tremendous success with packed audiences and many venues across the region reporting sell-out performances in music, dance, literature and theatre.
We are very proud to continue to successfully bring world class performing arts to the region’s stages, from the grand to the very small and to some of the more remote rural places.
We have had some very great feedback from audiences, many of whom travelled across the region to see a number of the acts on the programme.
As we prepare for the 2015 event, we would like to thank all our sponsors, supporters, partners, advertisers, venues, acts and, of course, the public for their continuing backing and enthusiasm for over three and a half decades. This level of invaluable support has helped to make Scotland’s largest rural multi-artform festival grow and develop into the most prominent event on the region’s entertainment calendar and long may it continue.
Pam Pumphrey, Chair, Dumfries and Galloway Arts Festival
Next year’s festival takes place between 23 and 31 May 2015