Register your interest in attending Jamboree 2020
Building on the success of previous events, Jamboree #1 Plymouth pilot (2015) and Jamboree 2018 held at Dartington near Totnes, we're currently working towards Jamboree 2020!

Jamboree 2020 is provisionally pencilled in for Thurs 25th-Sun 28th June 2020 and is again planned to be held at the Dartington Estate. Over the next few months we will be spending our time securing partners for the project & writing funding applications.

MORE INFO ABOUT PAST EVENTS AVAILABLE AT: https://artistsjamboree.uk

WANT TO COME TO JAMBOREE 2020? If you are an artist or curator interested in attending Jamboree 2020, please complete the information below to register your interest. If you leave us your email / phone number, we will get in touch with you to let you know when funding has been confirmed & when tickets are due to go on sale.

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In the run up to Jamboree 2018, we had problems with our emails ending up in spam folders & people being unclear about announcements sent via email. For this reason, we'd like to be able to send you an SMS reminder to let you know about urgent announcements to do with Jamboree 2020.

We envisage that these will be very infrequent (ie one SMS to update if/when funding for the project is secured & one SMS to announce that tickets are going on sale).

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