International Journal of Event and Festival Management: Volume 11 Issue 4


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The application of enduring involvement theory in the development of a success model for a craft beer and food festival

Eric Beckman, Fang Shu, Tianyu Pan

The purpose of this research paper is to examine whether enduring involvement theory plays a role in predicting craft beer and food festival visitors' experience of the…


Balancing value and risk within a city's event portfolio: an explorative study of DMO professionals' assessments

Tommy D. Andersson, Don Getz, Henrik Jutbring

This study aims to advance both theory and praxis for event portfolio management in cities and destinations. An experiment has been conducted with professional event practitioners…

Participant well-being and local festivals: the case of the Miri country music festival, Malaysia

Kim-Lim Tan, Adriel K.S. Sim, Delon Chai, Louise Beck

Festivals are becoming a growing commodity for countries keen to increase their portfolio of tourist attractions. The benefits experienced by the local community and the visitors…


Segmentation of music festival visitors by values of hedonia, life satisfaction and eudaimonia

Harriman Samuel Saragih, Novi Amelia

With the growing interest in eudaimonia in the past years and the need to better understand festival visitors' motivation in the context of music festivals, this study aims to…


Shaping our perception of reality: sustainability communication by Canadian festivals

Rachel Dodds, Michelle Novotny, Sylvie Harper

The purpose of this paper is to determine the extent of online communication by festivals regarding their sustainability practices using Cultivation Theory as the framework to…

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