Why we’re seeing increasing demand for youth and adult concert tours in 2022/23…
The pandemic has thrown a whole load of challenges at both youth and adult performance groups; plans to travel internationally with schools regrettably had to be put on hold due to the havoc caused by the pandemic.
The pandemic has forced the hand of many groups who have now had to move their plans to 2022. The knock on effect of this is that we are already seeing spaces in our main concert tour destinations filling up prior to the natural surge in 2022 enquiries which we expect to start seeing increase following this half term.
Couple this with the beginnings of a much reported successful vaccine roll out and we are certainly on a positive path towards the worlds doors re-opening.
Our team are in daily dialogue with a whole host of groups who are all making no secret of the fact that they don’t want their ensemble miss out on another year of international travel and performance experiences.
Eleanor Harvey, Rayburn Tours comments “It’s more important than ever before for teachers and group leaders to start talking to us sooner rather than later. Postponements of 2021 trips and the beginnings of a successful vaccine roll out means early signals are that demand for 2022/2023 trips is going to be extremely high. Even if you don’t feel quite ready to launch the trip to your ensemble, there is a real benefit in getting the detail of the trip in place and beds put on hold. Talking to us sooner rather than later, having everything agreed, planned and temporarily reserved means that as soon as you are ready to launch we can press go on plans and support you through the trip launch process.”
Get in early and let us help you start planning your concert tour adventures in 2022/23 – it’s going to be exactly what everyone needs!