Senior group looking for sponsors to attend a music festival


FORT ST. JOHN, BC — The North Peace High School senior band is seeking sponsorship to help fund their trip to Music Fest Canada 2023.

For all 35 members to attend, it will cost approximately $70,000.

Due to the price, they are looking for companies to financially support the trip through sponsorship opportunities. There are five different sponsorship tiers, ranging from $10 to over $5,000, and each tier offers different advertising options for those who wish to donate.

MusicFest is one of the largest music festivals in Canada and will be held in Niagara Falls in May 2023.

David Price leads the group’s students. (SD60 tape)

The event is by invitation only, and although North Peace High School has taken part in the past, this is the first time since 1999.

Last year, the senior group won a competition from Grand Prairie, which qualified them to attend MusicFest this year.

School District 60 senior band members play music.  (SD60 tape)
School District 60 senior band members perform. (SD60 tape)

The group and team are also seeking donations for silent auction items, raffle items, and prizes for other fundraisers scheduled throughout the school year.

For those interested in sponsoring the group, email Sabrina Brooks at [email protected]

Sponsorship details and team letter can be viewed below:

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