Advertise at Mela

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Advertise to audiences of approximatly 20,000 people, at our South Asian cultural festival, Nottingham Mela. Nottingham Mela Network are offering affordable advertising spaces in our programme- a great way to advertise to families, tourists,  people interested in arts and culture, and South Asian audiences.

Expected Audiences
We anticipate approximately 15,000 to 25,000 people over the weekend. Audiences will consist of a mixture of young people, families, South-Asian and culturally diverse audiences.

We will be producing and disseminating an A5 booklet festival guides over Nottingham Mela Weekender (8-10 September), reaching an audience of 20,000 people. The guide content will mainly consist of the Mela line-up, making it a great way to connect with the broad range of guests in attendance. We are offering inserts in the Mela guide advertisements from only £100+ vat, with different size options to suit your budget. See links below for layout.

Contact Details
If you are interested in booking advertising space or sponsoring the Mela, please contact Ursula Rose Rae on or 0115 924 8630.

Booking Form / Payment Deadline:
Thursday 27 July, 5pm

Artwork Deadline:
Tuesday 1 August, 5pm

We look forward to hearing from you.

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