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October Festival Calendar

october, 2023

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Wild Paths Festival

October – Norwich, Norfolk Wild Paths is a brand new city-wide music festival which launched in 2019 in Norwich. For four days in October the festival takes over all of the city’s best-loved music venues and unique spaces showcasing an eclectic mix of emergent and established artists. The vision for Wild Paths is to bring…


October – Middlesborough, Yorkshire Launched in 2014, Twisterella Festival is the creation of Middlesbrough’s most dynamic and forward-thinking independent music promoters, Pay for the Piano and The Kids Are Solid Gold. Centred around the University area of town on Linthorpe Road & Southfield Road, the 1,000 capacity metropolitan festival utilises well-established music venues such as…

Oxjam Festival

October – multiple venues, nationwide Oxjam is a part of Oxfam’s rich musical history. It started in 2006 with the aim of creating a network of music-loving people across the UK, all united by a shared goal – to raise money to fight poverty and suffering around the world. In essence it is a community…

Harrogate International Festivals

August – Boughton House, Kettering, Northamptonshire Established with a reputation for delivering the world’s most enthralling performers to our doorstep, Harrogate International Festivals creates distinctive cultural experiences through their year-round delivery of festivals and events, as well as nurturing local talent. Their diverse portfolio dramatically increases the cultural and tourism offer for Harrogate, revolutionising the…

Are You Listening Festival

October: multiple venues, Reading, Berkshire Since launching in 2013, the one-day Festival has raised almost £70,000 for Reading Mencap, a local charity that supports people with Learning Disabilities and their families. The critically acclaimed Festival has won ‘Festival of the Year’ and ‘Partnership in the Arts’ at the Reading Cultural Awards, ‘Event of the Year’…

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