Tickets for the 49th Calne Music & Arts Festival are now on sale via the CMAF website.
Tickets are also available from the Festival Box Office in Calne.
Festival Box Office: Bank House, The Strand, Calne, SN11 0EN
Box Office Open: Mon - Fri 09:00 am to 04:00pm
Any remaining tickets will be on sale at the venue 30 minutes before the event starts.
There are many free events that do not require tickets, please refer to the Programme for the full line up.
2023 Festival Highlights
Free lunchtime concerts for Festival Friends click here to support the Festival by becoming a Festival Friend
Free Family Day - 360-degree immersive Theatre Dome experience, Calne Samba Band, Clare’s Circus, a variety of activities by Calne Wordfest, Music and Art workshops throughout the day, an Art treasure hunt, Stilt walker and more! (Sponsored by the Hills Group Ltd.)
Opera fans will be delighted to see the return of ‘Opera Anywhere’ who will perform HMS Pinafore on the final Saturday.
Big Draw Art Events- this year we are taking part in the world's biggest drawing festival from The Campaign for Drawing and hosting our first Life Drawing Evening as well as the Drink & Draw, a children's art competition and Artist Talks.
Throughout the week the Open Art Exhibition will be on display in Marden House, featuring the work of local artists both professional and amateur. The entry form will be available from the 1st August.
Ukrainian harpist, Alina Bzhezhinska lunchtime recital on Friday 13th October, followed by a Ukrainian lunch.
High class concerts by Truckstop Honeymoon, Amadou Diagne, The Lost Trades and more.
Comedy night with Graham Coulam, Paul Ricketts and Steve Gribbin.
Performances by local groups Calne Choral Society, The Avebury Vocal Ensemble, Music Scholars of Marlborough College, Jemima Palfreyman and the Calne Ukelele Band.
Local childrens' performances at the Children's Primary School Choir Concert and Calne Speech and Drama School Show.