Festivals in Salisbury
Festivals in Salisbury
From cultural festivals through to food and drink festivals, there is lots of choice on a visit to Salisbury. We’ve put together details of some of the key festivals that take place in and around the city:
Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival
Taking place annually during late May – early June, the Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival brings with it a mix of theatre, concerts, performances and exhibitions.
Wilton Classic and Supercar Event
Offering a fantastic weekend of automotive fun, combining supercars with head to head displays, world class classic cars, car restoration and maintenance. The next event is due to take place in 2017.
Salisbury Food and Drink Festival
Organised by the Salisbury International Arts Festival, the food and drink festival usually takes place during September for around one week. Hear various foodie talks before the main headline event, the food market, takes place. Here you can see cookery demonstrations, sample local foods or head to the beer tent to try some of our local ales and ciders.
Slightly further afield, at the Larmer Tree Gardens there’s the annual Larmer Tree Festival and End of the Road Festival. Look out for the Chalke Valley History Festival and Fisherton Festival too.
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Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival presents a wonderful array of spectacular events. Classical and world music share the limelight with international theatre, dance, film, visual arts, children’s events and free outdoor events. In 2017 the...
- 26 May 2017to10 June 2017
The Vintage Nostalgia Show is the festival to be at this year! In an area of outstanding natural beauty its the perfect place to relax and "Live Life Through Rose Tinted Spectacles for the weekend".
- 2 June 2017to4 June 2017
The Chalke Valley History Festival is a true celebration of the past. Offering a unique blend of talks, discussions & debates alongside a vast living history through-the-ages encampment and stunning historic air show, it is a festival like no other.
- 26 June 2017to2 July 2017