From small rooms, to village halls, farmers fields and the grand Central Park,
we have experience in putting on events of all sizes.
Pic: The Big Boston Gig 2015. Bringing touring bands to Boston and celebrating local
We've come a long way. From helping out at other people's events to hosting our own.
From humble beginnings in studios with no room to swing a cat in, to where we are now, hosting acoustic sets
and interviews from local bands in Boston.
So, if you want to meet up for a coffee and see if Endeavour FM can help you, get in touch.
Email us here and let us know what you're up to.
Here's a bit of brief background.
In 2014 we helped to organise Flood Aid to raise much needed money for the victims of the horrible December 2013
floods in Boston, but also to create an event that brought people together and celebrated everything
we were thankful to have - a thriving local music scene being one of those things.
We organised an event called 'Endeavour Presents' to showcase local talent such as Alice Kat, Drake Hunter and local bands
Mollys Chamber and Bullet Tooth. In the last one we collaborated with local sound company Ambient Sound
and brought former Chumbawumba frontman to Boston with his new band - Interrobang
In the summer of 2015 our events company (Endeavour FM Events) worked with Jimmy May (locally known as 50 Sniffs) to bring The Big Boston Gig
to Boston. A brand new idea to bring touring bands into town, continue showcasing local ones and by
bringing in Phil Taggart from Radio 1, a real chance for them to network and get heard on a national platform.
This was held at Boston Cricket Club, an amazing under-used venue and we wanted to show it off.
Lots of events have been missing for far too long from Boston's calendar, but particularly big music events.
Let's work together to bring them back for the community.