Henley Festival starts on Wednesday, July 10 and runs for five days until Sunday, July 14. The festival in Henley-on-Thames features music from pop to world, classical to jazz as well as comedy, food and a black-tie dress code. The official Henley Festival website states of the dress code: “We encourage our guests to get dressed to the nines – think dinner jackets, evening trousers and bow ties for men, long or short evening wear for ladies, sequins and sparkle!”
Festival gates open at 6pm each day – with the exception of family Sunday which begins at 10.30pm until 2pm.
Tickets cost from £75 for a single day on Lawn C, up to £140 for Grandstand A.
Some packages are sold out, to check if tickets are available visit the official website here.
There is food and drink on-site, with bars including a Pimms stand and Moet Champagne Bar.
There are several restaurants, including The Riverside Canteen and St James Restaurant as well as food stalls such as BBQ Club, Halloumi Guys, Snob Lobster and Hotel Chocolat.
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Line up and set times
Wednesday, July 10
7.30pm – Ed Byrne at the Salon Comedy Club
8.45pm – Boy George on the Floating Stage
10.30pm – The Ben Waters Quartet at the Jazz Club
Thursday, July 11
8.45pm – Jessie J on the Floating Stage
9.15pm – An Evening with Andy Hamilton at the Salon Comedy Club
10.30pm – The Dime Notes at the Jazz Club
Friday, July 12
7.30pm – Julian Clary at the Salon Comedy Club
8.35pm – Tom Odell on the Floating Stage
10.05pm – Jo Whiley’s 90s Anthems on the Floating Stage
Saturday, July 13
7.30pm – Jimeoin at the Salon Comedy Club
8.45pm – Bjorn Again on the Floating Stage
10.30pm – Johnny Cash Converters at The Beduin
Sunday, July 14
6.30pm – Pocket Sinfonia at the Jazz Club
8.30pm – Classic FM: A Night At The Movies on the Floating Stage
10.30pm – Alun Cochrane at the Salon Comedy Club
Sunday – Family Day
10.45am – BBC Music Introducing Berkshire: Cannibal
10.45am – Baby Loves Disco
11.15am – The Thief, the Fox and the Phoenix
1.15pm – Chores
For the full list of performers, see the programme here.
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