For visitors and audience members, the Three Choirs Festival is a unique, immersive experience. Events take place throughout the day during festival week: you can start with a guided walk around the historic host city, take in an art exhibition or enjoy a lunchtime recital in a beautiful church, get on a coach for an afternoon concert somewhere in the surrounding countryside, be back in time for Choral Evensong or a tea-time talk, listen to an awe-inspiring choral and orchestral performance in a glorious cathedral setting, and finish with jazz and a drink at one of our more informal late night events.
Ticketing arrangements include season ticket options for the main cathedral concerts. The various cathedral services during the week are at the heart of the festival and are not ticketed; admission is free and all are most welcome.
Not everyone will want to sample everything that’s on offer, of course, and there are plenty of options for those who prefer to enjoy the festival week at a more sedate pace. A range of catering is available in our Festival Villages and cathedral closes, which also offer shopping opportunities including selling exhibitions by local craft guilds. Further afield, Hereford, Gloucester and Worcester are all full of fascinating old buildings, museums and galleries to explore, together with a good selection of independent shops and plenty of pubs, cafés, wine bars and restaurants.
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