Arts festivals are among the most educational and entertaining festivals to experience the latest in various forms of art. With the majority of arts festivals including musical acts as well as art exhibitions and dance performances, there’s something for everyone when attending the festivals on this list.
Chiltern Arts Festival – 14 to 21 May – Across the Chilterns
The Chiltern arts festival brings a concert series like no other to the town of Chilterns. The performances are done by some of the UK’s top musicians, and the spoken readings and poetry are done by famous literary figures.
Deal Music and Arts – 1 to 17 July – Kent
This annual festival in Kent brings many well-known musical artists from across the world. The festival has been bringing art and culture events to East Kent for over 30 years and has grown from a small summer event to full art and music festival. They support various educational programs for locals in east Kent to learn about cultural life, music, and art.
Devizes Arts Festival – 10 to 25 June – Wiltshire
Devizes Arts Festival has been part of the Wiltshire market town for almost 40 years and takes place every year during the first two weeks of June. Every year the festival brings international and local music performances, including popular music, jazz, choral, and dance.
Mananan International Festival of Music and Arts – 27 to 2 July – Isle of Man
The Manana International Festival of Music and Arts was established in 1975 and has been one of the Isle Of Man’s most prestigious cultural events ranking among the most prestigious in the world.
The festivals on this list are some of the most celebrated arts festivals to attend in the UK and provide a way to experience art in a way that should be appreciated.