Browse music festivals in Oxford and across Oxfordshire. From classic to contemporary, there’s something for everyone, whether you’re a local, new in town, or just passing through.
The world’s largest festival of classical song, with over 70 events spread across two busy weeks each October.
A free-access community festival providing a unique, family-friendly celebration with something for everyone
Foodies Festival Oxford will return to South Park with a mouth-watering line-up over the Bank Holiday weekend of 26 to 28 August 2023.
The three-day family-friendly music and food festival returns to Alex James’ Farm near Kingham in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds over the August bank holiday weekend.
The biggest 80’s music festival in the world returns to Henley-on-Thames. It is a spectacular event, packed full of fun, laughter, great (and terrible!) costumes and friends.
With eight productions this summer, Waterperry Opera Festival 2023 is the perfect opportunity to fall in love with this splendid art form.
The annual festival of folk and rock music, headed by British folk-rock band Fairport Convention is held on the edge of the village of Cropredy in Oxfordshire.
A four-day festival combining live music, arts, wellbeing and an array of theatre, artisanship, late-night parties, outdoor pursuits and culinary experiences in the Oxfordshire countryside.
The Oxford Piano Festival is nine days of piano festivities, with a packed schedule of masterclasses and concerts from top names in the piano world.
Often described as the Godfather of the small music festivals, the Truck Festival which takes place in the idyllic Oxfordshire countryside, has been featuring some of the biggest and best emerging artists since 1998.
Treehouse is a boutique Music & Arts festival centred around the magnificent Treehouse in the heart of Curtis’ Copse in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside.
The Henley Festival is a boutique black-tie festival that takes place over five days, celebrating the best of the UK and International music and arts. The festival is a truly unique event. It embraces a vibrant programme from pop to world music, classical to jazz where art and gastronomy share equal billing with music.