Win four tickets to a unique Cheltenham Music Festival concert at Gloucester Cathedral

Live music is back! And you and your friends could be soaking up stunning performances in the surrounds of Gloucester Cathedral at Cheltenham Music Festival’s unique Classical Mixtape concert.

Ends Friday 2 July 2021

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Experience a Cheltenham Music Festival concert in a unique and informal way, when Classical Mixtape comes to Gloucester Cathedral.
Experience a Cheltenham Music Festival concert in a unique and informal way, when Classical Mixtape comes to Gloucester Cathedral.

Cheltenham Music Festival returns – in real life! – launching on Friday 1 July 2021, for ten days of thrilling in-person musical concerts at diverse venues across Gloucestershire.

One of the most unique highlights is Classical Mixtape on Monday 5 July 2021, which not only takes place in the majestic Gloucester Cathedral, but is a fresh and laidback way to enjoy classical music – with the chance for concertgoers to head for a seat or bring their own bean bags, yoga mats and cushions to lie back on and enjoy.

Featuring performances from some of the UK’s finest musicians, themes of remembrance and re-emergence will fill the Gloucestershire landmark – with music from organs, trumpets, cello and violins, alongside singing from Chapel Choir of Merton College Oxford all to be expected.

Proudly sponsored by SoGlos, one lucky reader can win four tickets to the Classical Mixtape performance as part of Cheltenham Music Festival 2021.

To be in with a chance of winning, simply like Cheltenham Festivals’ Facebook page and tag who you’d like to take with you in the following post:

For more information see, Cheltenham Music Festival 2021 or visit cheltenhamfestivals.com/music.

Competition prize

Four tickets to Classical Mixtape at Gloucester Cathedral on Monday 5 July 2021.

Closing date

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How to enter

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