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The dates for this year’s Portsmouth Festivities are 14-23 June 2019.

2019 marks the twentieth anniversary of the Portsmouth Festivities.

Each year, the Festivities celebrates the best of Portsmouth and offer creative individuals and organisations the chance to showcase their work. For 10 days in June, we capture imaginations, celebrate diversity and explore Portsmouth’s amazing heritage.

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Book tickets online or contact the TicketSource Box Office on 0333 666 3366.

Read Noticeboard article: 2019 marks the 20th Anniversary of Portsmouth Festivities.

The following Festival events are listed on other parts of this website:
Portsmouth Festival Choir: “Sparkling Baroque” – Sat 22 June, St George’s Church, Portsmouth

Noticeboard posts:

Review: D-Day 75th anniversary concert 24/06/2019
Review: David Briggs: Organ Recital 23/06/2019
Review of Guy Johnston (cello) and Tom Poster (piano) at Portsmouth Grammar School
Review: Tenebrae Consort: Medieval Chant and Tallis Lamentations
Come and enjoy the Portsmouth Festivities! 20/06/2019
Review: The Austen Trio Concert 16/06/2019
Review: The Cardinall’s Musick at the Portsmouth Festivities 15/06/2019
The Austen Family Music Books at the Portsmouth Festivities 13/06/2019
The Cardinall’s Musick comes to Portsmouth
Review: Carlos Bonell at the Portsmouth Festivities 25/06/2018
Review: The Tallis Scholars at the Portsmouth Festivities 23/06/2018
Review: “O Duo” at the Portsmouth Festivities 17/06/2018
Preview: Portsmouth Festivities – O Duo 07/06/2018
Portsmouth Festivities is back for 2018 and it’s just as big as ever! 29/03/2018
Portsmouth Festivities kicks off launch with shanties 17/03/2018

No concerts currently planned

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