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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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Online listings at https://portsmouthfestivities.co.uk/events.

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

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

Upcoming concerts:

Date Concert Venue
Fri, 14 Jun 8:00pm The Cardinall’s Musick Portsmouth Cathedral
Sat, 15 Jun 7:00pm The Austen Family Music Books Portsmouth Grammar School
Mon, 17 Jun 1:10pm Lunchtime Live! Andrew Gallacher Portsmouth Cathedral
Tue, 18 Jun 1:10pm Lunchtime Live! James Davy Portsmouth Cathedral
Tue, 18 Jun 7:00pm Recital: Ka Wai Cheng & Kate Burrows Portsmouth Cathedral
Wed, 19 Jun 1:10pm Lunchtime live! Charles Harrison Portsmouth Cathedral
Thu, 20 Jun 1:10pm Lunchtime Live! The PGS Music Scholars Portsmouth Cathedral
Thu, 20 Jun 7:30pm D-Day 75th anniversary concert Portsmouth Cathedral
Fri, 21 Jun 1:10pm Lunchtime Live! Fumi Otsuki + Sarah Kershaw Portsmouth Cathedral
Fri, 21 Jun 8:15pm Tenebrae Consort: Medieval Chant & Tallis Lamentations Portsmouth Cathedral
Sat, 22 Jun 1:00pm PMF Winner’s Recital: Amelia Luter Portsmouth Grammar School
Sat, 22 Jun 2:00pm David Briggs: Organ Recital Portsmouth Cathedral
Sat, 22 Jun 7:30pm Guy Johnston: Cell Recital with Tom Poster Portsmouth Grammar School
Sun, 23 Jun 2:00pm Marco Marconi Masterclass Portsmouth Grammar School

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