Cheltenham Jazz Festival features big international names alongside the best of British talent, with up to 17,000 festival-goers attending a wide variety of performances across the week. The festival will run from Wednesday 30th April until Monday 5th May 2014.
The 2014 Cheltenham Jazz Festival is hosted in a tented festival village in Cheltenham’s Montpellier Gardens, featuring a Big Top stage, the Jazz Arena, and a food, drink and market area.
Gilles Peterson, Robert Cray, and Loose Tubes. They will be joined by Jamie Cullum, Billy Cobham, Laura Mvula, Jools Holland and the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra with Gregory Porter, Curtis Stigers, Tinariwen, Kurt Elling, Frank Sinatra Jnr, Ambrose Akinmusire, ESKA, Nick Mulvey, Snarky Puppy, Paul Dunmall, Jason Rebello, Julian Siegel Quartet, Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band, Judith Owen, Hailey Tuck, Anthony Marsden Band, Denys Baptiste, Tigran, Michael Wollny Trio, The Speakeasy, Trondheim Jazz Exchange, Laithwaite's Wine and Nearly Hot Club Four, Jake Isaac & Lake Street Dive, Iain Ballamy, Liane Carroll, Dan Nicholls’ Strobes, ByramArt, Gregory Porter, Thomas Stronen, Jazz All Stars ft . Natalie Williams, London Afrobeat Collective, Jo Silver and the Café Bohemia & The Indigo Kings, Get The Blessing, and Kairos 4Tet.
Ticket prices vary depending upon event.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area. The Cheltenham Jazz Festival attracts over 17,000 people annually, so if you want to stay in Cheltenham during this period booking accommodation in advance of the event is a must. Some of the hospitality packages available do include overnight accommodation.
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