Musicians ahead of a performance at the Cheltenham Music Festival

Cheltenham Music Festival

  1. Cheltenham Jazz Festival
    Cheltenham Jazz Festival is one of Europe’s leading jazz festivals, featuring international headline acts, cutting-edge jazz and unique collaborations. With 50 concerts over six days and lots of free music...
  2. Cheltenham Literature Festival
    An introduction to the Cheltenham Literature Festival 2020, the world's first literature festival. Who will be attending the 10 day festival? Where can I find the Cheltenham Literature festival? What free events will be taking place in 2020?
  3. Cheltenham Town Hall, events venue Cheltenham, live entertainment venue Cheltenham
    Cheltenham Town Hall is now home to an impressive all year round programme of major festivals, entertainment, exhibitions and functions. Built in 1902-1903 as a venue for social events, it replaced the Assembly Rooms on the High Street, which had been demolished to make way for a bank. Interestingly, unlike most Town Hall's, this grand building in Cheltenham was not built as the seat for a Borough Council, which is instead found in the Municipal Offices across the road on the Promenade.
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  4. Montpellier Garden Cheltenham
    Montpellier Gardens lie close to the town centre and are an important part of Cheltenham's regency landscape. The gardens can be split into two recreational zones. Most of the park facilities are in the southern section and includes tennis courts, a café, toddlers’ play area and toilets. You’ll also find a community art gallery, Gardens Gallery which exhibits local artists’ work for the public. If you’re lucky you may also caught a live concert on the bandstand during the summer months.
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  5. Light Up Cheltenham
    30+ of Cheltenham's landmark buildings will be dramatically lit up to the delight of visitors in February 2020. A giant observation wheel will also be present for three weeks in Imperial Gardens.