Here’s your guide to all the big (and small) festivals happening in Coventry & Warwickshire Summer 2019!
Saturday 29th June 2019 – SCBU Fest
Hosted by local Mums Nicki & Lucy SCBU Fest aims to raise money for Warwick Hospital’s Special Care Baby Unit & promises fun for all ages, including music, stalls, workshops, food, bouncy castles and much more. See the Facebook event here for more information.
5th – 7th July – Pub In The Park – St Nicholas Park, Warwick
Tom Kerridge brings his Pub In The Park event to Warwick! See more information here
Stratford River Festival – Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th July 2019
On Saturday 6th July and Sunday 7th July 2019, the banks of the River Avon will play host to this vibrant event, which brings together boaters and the local community to enjoy a feast of entertainment. Based on and around Stratford’s Recreation Ground, both days will feature a full programme of events and activities.
You’ll find there’s something for everyone, from live music to a range of interesting stalls, market traders and delicious food and drink outlets.
5 – 7th July Godiva Festival
Godiva Festival will be ticketed for the first time in 2019. Attendees will not be able to enter the Godiva Festival site without a ticket, which can be purchased online now. There will be a children’s craft area, mini petting farm, children’s food area and miniature railway. Plus acts such as Busted and The Levellers.
Tickets cost £2 per person, per day. Children under 5 years old go free (but will still need a ticket). More info on the Godiva Festival Website here
Sunday 21st July, Kenilworth’s Food Festival
Kenilworth’s Food Festival is a celebration of the town’s fantastic restaurants, bars, and cafes, as well as some of the finest regional food & drink producers. There will be a line up of over 80 traders. There will also be plenty to do for the whole family, with children’s amusements and captivating make and take craft workshops. Come and join us for a day of great food and entertainment!
Warwick Folk Festival 25th – 28th July 2019
Warwick Folk Festival is celebrating it’s 40th year in the town and has many music acts and more, see more info on the website here: https://www.warwickfolkfestival.co.uk
Leamington’s Art in the Park Festival is a FREE event & will be celebrating its sixth festival on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th August in Jephson Gardens, Royal Leamington Spa.
Come and enjoy a free weekend of inspirational art, uplifting music, creative workshops, dazzling performances, artisan food and locally brewed beverages.
For more info click here: https://www.artinpark.co.uk
Coombe Weekender Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th August 2019
With headliners, Kelis, The Libertines, Sigala, Faithless, MK, Toploader and Fleur East to name just a few, this weekender promises to be one of Warwickshire’s best this Summer.
Set in a 12th-century Cisterian abbey and running over the expansive grounds, the event will bring indie, rock, pop, funk and dance music to 20,000 people. The historical backdrop of Coombe Abbey will provide the musical build up to Coventry winning City of Culture for 2021.
August Bank Holiday Weekend
The Big Festival 2019
KIDS GO FREE with day tickets! If you’re looking for a family festival, The Big Feastival is one our faves. This year headliners are Rudimental’s DJ set, Jess Glynne will take centre stage on Saturday & Elbow, will bring the epic weekend to a close on Sunday night.
The excitement doesn’t stop there as Lewis Capaldi, Jonas Blue, The Zutons, Jade Bird, Nina Nesbitt, Fun Lovin’ Criminals and many more music artists will also be keeping everyone singing and dancing all weekend.
You can see The Big Feastival Website here or click below to read our review.
Camper Calling, Ragley Hall, Warwickshire 23rd – 25th August 2019
The August Bank Holiday weekend sees Camper Calling return for 3 nights at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire.
“Amazing music from your best loved bands, as well as introducing you to your new favourites! Combine that with family entertainment, loads of activities including craft workshops, lake activities and some seriously tasty food & drink, you’ll be as busy – or as chilled out – as you choose!”