Saturday 23 - Sunday 24 May 2020Book
The Finale Weekend is an extravaganza of music, fun and great food, with something for everyone. Two music stages, one spoken word stage and a packed full of fun family zone with craft, workshops, music and storytelling. TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY 15 NOVEMBER
The Bath Festival Finale Weekend makes a welcome return to the Bath Rec 23 & 24 May 2020. This will be the third year that the two-day live music spectacular has been staged at Bath Recreation Ground, in the heart of the city and within walking distance of the train and bus station. The Rec is a fabulous setting with views of Bath’s famous historic architecture and its surrounding green hills. It’s a family-friendly festival with something for all ages. As well as the main stage there will be bands playing in the Big Top, plus other stages featuring local talent, spoken word and street theatre. There will be a Kids Zone with live entertainment to keep younger festival-goers entertained. Festival stalls will offer a variety of delicious artisan food and drinks stalls, and there will be bars selling beer and cider. For 2020 there will be more undercover seating than ever before, where people can meet up with friends and enjoy a range of festival food.
TICKETS GO ON GENERAL SALE ON FRIDAY 15 NOVEMBER
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The Bath Festival Finale Weekend is supported by Novia, Agriframes and Bath BID.
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