CASF started out as 200-people concert
of Central Asian music and dance and united Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan
First time we held a networking reception after the concert
Kyrgyzstan has joined CASF.
First coverage by the national media in the region.
Winner of Eurovision was one of CASF’s performers
Tajikistan and Tatarstan have joined CASF.
First time the event was held in a festival format, and it snowed!
First time the event was held outdoors.
Attracted our first external full-event sponsorship.
A record 1 500 people attended the event
A record 2,000 people attended the Festival
First sports tournament (tatarcha koresh)
Registered as a non-for-profit organization
Ongoing preparation work for CASF 2016 on March 20th
In the process of registering as a UK Charity
Establishing CASF Side Projects and CASF Merchandising
Budget and Finance
Culture & Perfomance
Board of Advisers
ex. Head of British-Uzbek Society
Ayan Sagynbek Kyzy
ex. Head of Kyrgyz Students
ex. Head of UCL Azerbaijan Society
ex. Head of British Uzbek Society
ex. Head of UK Tajik Society