BSAVA Congress organisers are looking for a veterinary band to perform at VetFest in 2017.

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BSAVA Congress organisers are on the hunt for a veterinary band to perform at VetFest 2017.

As part of a growing tradition, the organisation showcases the profession’s musical talents at the indoor event, which takes place during BSAVA Congress.

Delegates were treated to performances by Four Vets and a Blacksmith in 2015 and The Mutt’s Nutts in 2016.

The search is on

Now, in preparation for its next congress in April 2017, BSAVA is on the hunt for another veterinary band to represent the profession.

To qualify as a veterinary band, at least one member needs to be a member of the veterinary profession – either in practice or education.

If you think your band has what it takes to join the VetFest line-up, email a band video, a short biography and your contact details to Helen Field (h.field@bsava.com).

 

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