Party in the City programme announcement. Bath’s Biggest FREE night of music.

March 18, 2017

Party in the City: 19 May from 6pm

Full line up can be seen here

Jump in to Bath’s greatest party and open The Bath Festival with an almighty celebration.

This year we are filling the streets, parks and venues of Bath with a multitude of arts from electro-swing to cheerleading to Chinese shadow-puppetry. The city will come alive with folk, rock, classical, jazz, acoustic, swing and soul – and it’s all free!

Don’t forget to pick up your guide to all the nights events from Bath Box Office or download the online version from thebathfestival.org.uk (available from early April).

 

 

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