AN APPALACHIAN SUMMER FESTIVAL

Music - Dance - Theatre - Visual Arts - Film

Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts. Photo by Rogers Builders.

NEWS & MEDIA RESOURCES

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Media Resources

Event specific photos can be downloaded from individual event pages.

Festival Logos

AASF Logo Full Color (EPS, 565K)

AASF Logo Full Color (PNG, 1.1M)

2017 Festival Brochure

2016 Brochure

2017 Festival Playbill

Press Quotes

Appalachian State University's ambitious An Appalachian Summer Festival brings to town a month-long whirlwind of top-notch classical, jazz and folk performers, plus ballet, dance, drama and visual arts. Call it high culture in the high country, and look for plenty of options to choose among...
-Southern Living Magazine
This annual arts festival features something for everyone with special programs focusing on family entertainment, the classics, and future stars.
-US Airways Magazine
The hills around Boone, North Carolina are enlivened during July with the sounds of An Appalachian Summer Festival.
-Atlanta Journal Constitution
In summer, the university's annual Appalachian Summer Festival offers a month of dance and theatre, symphony and jazz concerts, workshops and art exhibits.
-The New York Times
The festival is Appalachian State University's cultural commitment to bring top quality music, dance, theatre and visual arts to its corner of the world.
-Blue Ridge Country Magazine
An Appalachian Summer Festival is finally upon us, and with it comes the sounds, sights and fabulous spectacles that make the High Country such a perfect place to be during the summer.
-The Mountain Times

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Advertising Opportunities

The festival brings close to 27,000 people each July who enjoy this multi-disciplinary arts festival. People from all over the southeast travel to the High Country to experience cool summer temperatures and see world-class entertainment. Your business has the opportunity to partner with the festival and reach an audience of local community members and visitors to the area by advertising in our playbill— a 100-page souvenir book distributed to festival audiences throughout the season that highlights each performance during the summer festival.

Click here to download ad contract.

Contracts can be emailed, faxed (828.262.2848) or mailed to ASU Box 32045, Boone, NC 28608.

For questions please contact Anna Gaugert, Director of Marketing & Public Relations, at gaugertah@appstate.edu or 828.262.6084, ext. 107.