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Back Bath Festivals : We need your support 

Bath Festivals is a charity with a goal to increase and broaden community engagement to provide a vibrant arts culture for everyone. The immediate impact of drastically reduced ticket sales, sponsorship and public funding means that we need your support to ensure that Bath Festivals is here for your future. Whatever you can spare, will make a big difference. Please make a donation here:

COVID-19 Statement 29.04.2020

Following on from our COVID-19 statement on 20 March, our team have been working hard to find alternative dates for the events that were due to take place this Spring with our Beethoven Anniversary Celebrations in March and The Bath Festival in May including The Bath Festival Finale Weekend. We thank you for your patience and are pleased to now be able to share with you our rescheduled plans. 

Beethoven Anniversary Celebrations: The Complete Beethoven String Quartets have been rescheduled to spring 2021.  

The Bath Festival: We have rescheduled many of our events into The Bath Festival November Weekend 2020 and The Bath Festival May 2021.
The Bath Festival Finale Weekend: Our festival finale weekend has been postponed to 29 -30 May 2021.

The full list of rescheduled and cancelled events can be seen here All ticket holders for rescheduled events will still be able to use their existing tickets. All ticket holders will be contacted. Ticket sales for rescheduled events will reopen by 30 April.
Click here to read our full statement. 

About Bath Festivals
Bath Festivals is a charity that brings some of the finest international musicians, speakers and writers to entertain audiences, in the beautiful venues and spaces of our world heritage city. By creating innovative and diverse programmes, our festivals inspire and provide unique experiences for residents and visitors to Bath. We are responsible for The Bath Festival in the summer and Bath Children’s Literature Festival in the autumn, which bring the city alive with a celebration of the arts. Our year-round creative learning programme of hands-on music and literature projects gives children and young people opportunities to gain real-world experience, building their inner confidence and improving communication skills through the arts.