2017 Incubator Event Fund applications open

First time festival: Cassie Rhodes and Angelique (7) relax at the first Bowral Winterfest at Bradman Oval, 2016. Photo: file

First time festival: Cassie Rhodes and Angelique (7) relax at the first Bowral Winterfest at Bradman Oval, 2016. Photo: file

Receive assistance for your event’s staging costs, marketing, publicity and research with a government grant.

Applications are open for round two of the 2017 Incubator Event Fund, designed to help organisers of new and emerging rural and regional events. The fund offers one-off grants of up to $20,000 to event organisers who are staging their event for the first or second time.

Tourism and major events MP Adam Marshall said the grant would provide seed funding to help events through their initial establishment phase. “The beauty of rural and regional events is that they are a wonderful celebration of community culture,” he said.

Applications are open until April 2, 2017. Details: http://www.destinationnsw.com.au/rfep

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