Summer is the season of music festivals in Oxfordshire. And 2022 promises some meaningful musical highs to help us all move on from an exceedingly trying couple of years.
From the world’s biggest music icons in open-air theatres to happy hippie vibes in suburban fields, there are plenty of world-class music festivals scheduled to take place across Oxfordshire.
And with loads of tickets rolling over from previously cancelled events, some of these music festivals have already sold out. So if you’re planning on going to any music festivals in Oxfordshire, you’ll need to get booking quickly!
Take a look at our guide to the unmissable music festivals in Oxfordshire in 2023.
The Big Feastival will be back on Alex James’ beautiful Cotswolds farm this August Bank Holiday. This family-friendly music and food festival promises to be one truly unforgettable weekend. Expect a top-drawer selection of live music acts, some of the country’s top chefs, and plenty of hands-on activities for both big and little ones. The Big Feastival is for everyone, big and small.
2024 festival lineup (TBC)
Oxford International Song Festival (formerly Oxford Lieder) is the world’s largest festival of classical song, with over 70 events spread across two busy weeks each October. Alongside a roster of world-renowned singers and pianists, you’ll find colour, fashion, musical manuscripts that are themselves artworks, artist-poets, artist-composers, programmes inspired by artworks, and much more…
After nearly 20 years, the curtain has come down on the Cornbury Music Festival – an unmissable music festival in the Oxfordshire countryside. The festival, which began life in 2004, was described by the organisers as a one-of-a-kind, lovingly crafted, top-notch, open-air party tailor-made for the whole family, the festival attracted.