Jazz in Martinborough 2019 Sponsorship Packs
Visitor numbers to Martinborough have consistently increased since our first JIM festival in 2011, and tickets to all main concerts have sold out since 2015. Venues and local tourist operators know that our festival draws visitors to the area and increases their revenue.
JIM is a community-based, non-profit, volunteer organization that enhances Martinborough’s attraction as a visitor destination and brings people into to the area. We also seek to promote emerging young jazz talent and return any profits to a local charity or activity. JIM has donated its proceeds from previous music events to the relief funds for the Canterbury and Kaikoura earthquakes, the restoration of the Martinborough town hall, and the purchase of sound equipment for use within and by the local community.
Proceeds will fund scholarships for emerging young jazz talent in Wairarapa.
With the festival date set at the first weekend of September we ask that you contact us as soon as possible to express your interest in sponsoring this popular and worthwhile community event. All sponsors are credited on our website here and in all our press releases to the media. They can also use the JIM logo, name and photos for their own marketing purposes.
Gold – $5,000
- Front-page listing in Jazz Times
- Verbal acknowledgement at all three ticketed concerts
- Prominence of sponsor’s logo on printed signs, posters and flyers
- 6 complimentary tickets
- Exclusive to just 2 Gold Sponsors
Silver – $2,500
- Inside listing in The Jazz Times
- Presence of sponsor’s logo on printed signs, posters and flyers
- 4 complimentary tickets
Bronze – $1,000
- 2 complimentary tickets
The Jazz Times is a newspaper-style guide to the acts of the JIM festival by time and venue. It is freely available at local venues and local cafes, bars and restaurants in Martinborough and throughout the Wairarapa region before and during the festival. Of course we welcome any support, so if you would just like to make a tax-deductible donation instead, that would be great too!