Booking for the festival opens in April, with our Members and Patrons receiving priority early booking.
You can book tickets online or over the phone on 01452 768928 (10am-4pm Monday to Friday). A booking fee of £2.50 will apply to each order. The week before the festival begins, an on-site office will open in that year’s festival city for in-person ticket sales and enquiries.
We encourage all bookers to choose the e-ticket option and have your tickets emailed to you wherever possible free of charge. If you choose to have your tickets posted, there will be a 50p postage charge.
You should receive your tickets no later than two weeks before your concert. If at this point your tickets have not arrived, please contact the ticket office.
Account Credit and Refunds
We are only able to offer refunds on tickets for performances which are sold out and only when we are guaranteed to resell the tickets. If you are unable to attend either due to illness or because you have been requested to self-isolate, every effort will be made to re-sell your ticket. If the performance is not sold out, or for any reason the festival is not able to sell on your ticket, a credit on your ticket office account for the value of the tickets will be offered which may be used towards future tickets. An administration fee of £2.50 will be charged per refund transaction.
If an event during the festival is cancelled, you will be entitled to a full refund minus any booking fees, or credit on your ticket office account for the face value of the tickets.
Read our Terms and Conditions.
Ticket prices for cathedral concerts range from £60 - £15, depending on where you would like to sit. Prices in other festival venues are lower.
To see ticket prices, visit the What’s On section, select the performance you would like to see, click on Book Now and hover over the coloured dots to see prices and information on the view from your chosen seat. Coloured dots show available seats and grey dots show seats that have already been sold.
Essential Companion Tickets
Customers who identify as having access requirements and needing an essential companion to be able to attend the festival will be offered a free essential companion ticket.
If your access needs require you to attend the festival with more than one essential companion, or you have any questions regarding booking this concession, please contact the ticket office.
If you are booking using this offer for the first time, please contact us so that we can discuss your requirements and set you up with the facility to be able to book these tickets online. You can also self-identify by logging into your online account and following the instructions downloadable here.
Free chamber music concert tickets for Under 26s
Thanks to the support of the CAVATINA Chamber Music Trust, 8–25-year-olds can claim free tickets to festival chamber music events. A list of eligible events for this year’s festival will be available from March.
Standby tickets for Under 30s
Tickets will be available for £5 from 45 minutes before the start of the performance. You may be asked to show proof of age when buying your tickets.
We have various discounts and concessions available for young people and families, including:
- 50% off all family events for families on Universal Credit
Multibuy Offer: Book three or more family events and get 20% off your tickets
Family event tickets available from as little as £6
Many family events free for under 5s
The Three Choirs Festival is accredited to the Family Arts Campaign and has pledged to deliver against their recommended standards for family events. If you ever feel as though we have failed to meet these standards, please get in touch; we welcome feedback on how we can be more welcoming to families.
If there is any feedback you would like to share, please email us.