The perfect way to unwind at the end of a long day, Late Night concerts at the Three Choirs Festival let you experience beautiful music in a relaxed and informal setting and enjoy a drink from the bar while you listen.
The Three Choirs Festival runs in Hereford from 23 – 30 July and is a week packed with world-class music in beautiful surroundings. With over 70 events from talks, theatre, walks, concerts and more.
There is something for everyone.
Events take place every day and evening during festival week, and the Festival Village is open throughout as the perfect place to relax just outside the cathedral. Take advantage of our café and bar – you can even enjoy a free performance on our bandstand while you eat!
The festival has been around for over 300 years for a reason, so why not try something new and pay us a visit this year?
Standby Tickets for Under 30s
Tickets will be available for £5 from 45 minutes before the start of the performance. You may be asked to show proof of age when buying your tickets.
Late Nights events at the Three Choirs Festival
I Fagiolini – Saturday 23 July
Unwind with a glass of something at the end of a busy day and let the beautiful voices of I Fagiolini wash over you as they sing a selection of stylish English songs.
An Evening with the Lay Clerks – Sunday 24 July
Join the men of Hereford Cathedral Choir for an informal song recital recalling the festival’s founding in the Black Lion pub.
Beyond the Garden – Monday 25 July
When the past is not how you want to remember it… This ghost story explores family relationships and ideas of loss and memory. What is true – and what is ghostly illusion?
Amy Dickson: Solo Sessions – Tuesday 26 July
Relax with saxophone player Amy Dickson while she plays an expressive collection of pieces written by her friends during the pandemic to show their thoughts and feelings.
Art of Fugue – Wednesday 27 July
The poetry of Jan Zwicky and the music of JS Bach are woven together in an intimate performance on traditional instruments.
Hildegard Transfigured – Thursday 28 July
Immerse yourself in an incredible sensory experience of voices and visual art inspired by the mystical spiritual leader Hildegard of Bingen.
Preludes and Moogs – Friday 29 July
Art of Moog plays the music of JS Bach on cutting-edge analogue and digital synths, sequencers and vocoders. Experience Bach’s music in a completely new and exciting way.
Main photo credit: Ash Mills