Treat yourself to a meal with friends during Cheltenham Food & Drink Week (Monday 26 September to Sunday 2 October) and stick around afterwards to enjoy free live music and a guaranteed party atmosphere!
Free live music will take place in town Friday, Saturday and Sunday (30 September - 2 October) thanks to Cheltenham BID.
Free Music Weekend Programme – Full details
FRIDAY 30 SEPTEMBER
11:00 - 12:00 The Promenade – Pan Man on a steel drum.
12:00 - 13:00 The Promenade – Yeti’s Breakfast, a two-piece band and song writing duo.
19:00 - 20:00 Regent Street – Alice Boxall - An acoustic guitar player and singer songwriter who plays a mix of original music and upbeat pop covers.
SATURDAY 1 SEPTEMBER
12:00 - 13:00 Montpellier Courtyard - Grasshopper - Grasshopper is a father and son duo, performing a mixture of Bluegrass, Oldtime and Americana Music, featuring Cula on vocal & mandolin/banjo/fiddle/dobro.
17:00 - 18:00 Regent Street - Ben Vickers. Performing a chilled mix of musical tastes on an acoustic guitar.
18:30 - 19:30 Regent Street – Dryadic. Dryadic are a collective of musicians that bring Singer & Songwriter Zora's folk-roots songs Zora to life.
18:00 - 20:00 Urban Fox (bar), Montpellier. Zephyr - Formed in Cheltenham at University, Zephyr is a band playing a mix of jazz, R&B, pop and original songs.
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Cheltenham is located 10 minutes off junctions 10 (southbound traffic only) and 11 of the M5 motorway and on the A40 from London and Oxford. A NCP carpark is located directly across the road. To find it using sat nav enter the post code GL50 4EJ for Monson Avenue.
For more information about the NCP car park, click here.
The Brewery Quarter is located in the heart of Cheltenham town centre. If you’re in the centre of town it’s on the Western end of the High Street, just a short stroll from the Promenade.
If you’re walking from Cheltenham race course look out for the distinctive famous art deco sculpture ‘The Celluloid Ladies’ on the corner of The Brewery Quarter on St Margaret’s Road.
The Brewery Quarter is situated opposite St Mary’s minster – the oldest building in Cheltenham – look out for the spire!
Public Transport Directions
It is easy to travel to Cheltenham via coach and train. With many direct services available from most major cities. Coaches come into Royal Well Bus Station in the town centre. The train station is a five minute drive from the town centre. Buses run regularly to/from the town centre and the railway station. Click here for full information about Getting to Cheltenham.