Festival runs from 28 April – 13 May 2018
From Mendelssohn’s Violin Concerto at the opening of the Festival until the Organ Symphony by Saint-Saens at the close, Mayfield offers not just something for everybody, but everything for everybody. At the heart of the Festival is the Tunbridge Wells International Music Competition, which guarantees to present performances by the future stars of the classical music firmament: you will have heard them first at Mayfield.
Featuring half a millennium of colourful creativity – from early choral music, through wine tasting, to modern jazz and everything in between – Mayfield 2018 presents the old and the new, the unjustly obscure and the justly celebrated.
As the Festival careers towards its 50th birthday in 2020, Mayfield proves that 50 is the new 20. Experience and freshness, security and daring, controversy and received wisdom – they’re all in the mix.
An array of classical instrumentalists and singers, jazz, dance and poetry are all part of the heady cocktail that is Mayfield 2018.
FESTIVAL BOX OFFICE AND BOOKING
The Festival Box Office opens on Monday 19 February 2018 when you may order online, by telephone, in person in Mayfield or by post.
Please visit our events page for concert details and online booking. Our ticket agency, Ticket Source, has a secure payment facility for debit and credit cards.
To book by telephone call Ticket Source on 0333 666 3366 quoting Mayfield Festival.
Lines are open between 9.00am to 7.00pm Monday to Friday and from 9.00am to 5.00pm on Saturday.
Tickets are available at Rosina Fabrics, High Street, Mayfield. Rosina is open
during normal shop hours. Please make cheques payable to Mayfield Festival.
Rosina’s opening hours are:
Tuesday 9.30am-1pm & 2-4pm
Thursday 9.30am-1pm & 2-4pm
Friday 9.30am-1pm & 2-4pm
To book by post send the completed Postal Order Form to:
Mayfield Festival Ticket Office, The Old Palace, Mayfield TN20 6PH
Please make cheques payable to Mayfield Festival and enclose a stamped addressed envelope.