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This Autumn there are so many reasons to encorgage your guests and customers to visit you. Not least for the Arts, with three Arts Festivals in town in the coming weeks, get spreading the word!

Arts by the Sea Festival
9 – 18 October

Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival will enlighten those autumnal days and nights with a rich mix of music, dance and visual arts across spaces and interesting venues throughout the town. All kicking off with a family friendly opening weekend, when Bournemouth town centre, gardens and seafront come to life with a colourful array of art and activities for all ages. This year the Festival will bring a renewed focus on visual arts and the involvement of local artists, through future competitions and commissions, as well as recognising 2015 as the International Year of Light. So expect a bright and vivid programme, in an unparalleled location, and some unexpected surprises in there too.

The Great Exhibition of Boscombe
24 – 31 October

Be mesmerised by a series of spectacular performances, events and exhibits in association with the Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe. Embracing our history, culture and local talent, bringing life and visitors to the streets and local businesses and places of interest.Art and culture in all forms by professional and local gifted artists, students, graduates and children & young people, exhibiting their talents in the Precinct, Royal Arcade, Shelley Manor, Sovereign Centre and local businesses.

Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe
15 Oct – 1 Nov

Bournemouth Emerging Arts Fringe (BEAF) is the largest open-access, multi-art form festival in Bournemouth. The town will be filled with a diverse range of exhibitions, talks, workshops, theatre, live music, poetry, a film festival and so much more.