About the event
Next May, during our summer term, Brasenose College’s 500-year-old grounds will be transformed for our traditional biennial ball, “ELECTRIC DREAMS”, as we take over 1000 guests on a journey into the night, exploring their most fantastical dreams, and the darkest corners of their nightmares...Guests will wander through three stunning quads, transformed into the most ethereal - and terrifying - visions the subconscious human mind can create.
Balls are prestigious, traditional Oxford summer events, and Brasenose is a college with a long history of treating guests from the University to wonderful evenings in our beautiful city centre location. The 2019 Ball will entertain over 1000 students and guests as one of the largest to be held in Oxford next year. For us, this will be a magical evening of revelry and entertainment — for you, it’s a fantastic business opportunity.
The Brasenose Ball 2019 Committee has been hard at work for 3 months already, planning a spectacular night full of fine food, drink and entertainment. Everything you see on the night will be meticulously planned and executed to the highest standard.
Why should you sponsor?
Students at the University of Oxford are a highly targeted market - you want to help your business stand out by strategically supporting one of the biggest Balls of the year; a night that students will remember for years to come, and that will be immortalised on social media and promotional literature
We have a dedicated team who will handle your sponsorship as a bespoke deal, making sure your company is promoted to a high standard and treating this partnership as a mutual alliance
Our innovative ideas will make sure that your money is spent to make sure that your company’s brand and ethos will be remembered. For example, our opportunities to sponsor bars, themed rooms, or place your company’s logo on branded item giveaways
I'm the Corporate Sponsorship Officer of Brasenose Ball 2019; part of a 15 person committee dedicated to making Brasenose Ball the best that the University of Oxford has ever seen.
Contact the Organizer
Contact the Organizer