Music Festivals and Coronavirus
There is no clear end in sight for the Covid-19 virus pandemic (as of April 2020) so please check festival websites for further information on cancellations/going ahead.
Calendar Dates are sometimes unconfirmed and occasionally unreliable, so check before booking. TBC/A = To Be Confirmed/Announced
Europe Festivals May 2020
5 – 10 May
2 – 24 May
ENGLAND Brighton Festival – a 3 week annual outdoor celebration of all kind of arts. It is regarded as England’s biggest curated mixed arts festival which attracts some of the most innovative artist and companies from UK and the would as well as some of the most adventurous audiences.
NORWAY, Oslo Constitution Day – celebrates independence from Denmark, with folk music, parades, entertainment and people in traditional costumes.
late May – late July
RUSSIA, St Petersburg, the White Nights Festival in gorgeous, romantic and endlessly light St Pete. The “Stars of the White Nights” with a series of the world famous Mariinsky (Kirov) ballet and opera performances is the most important part of the Festival (22 May – 21 July 2020).
22 May – 7 June
ENGLAND Ageas Salisbury International Festival – an high-standard, award winning multi-arts festival, ending with fireworks display in the Cathedral Close. It is one of UK’s leading arts festivals known for its creative program and the excellent economic value, despite over half the audience enjoying the festival through free events and activities.
30 May – 12 June
UK, Isle of Man TT Races. The ultimate event for bikers. Watch racers on 37 miles of narrow, winding, stone walled roads travelling at way over 150mph, then get out there yourself. Death is no stranger to this event.