Sunday 28th August 2022
"Don't stop 'till you get enough!" with MICHAEL STARRING BEN bringing the festival to a thrilling close on Sunday 28th August!!
Get ready for some real classic rock! For 25yrs these guys have been THE tribute to Led Zeppelin and as this is their last year touring we are delighted to see them topping the bill on Saturday 27th August!!
Saturday 27th August 2022
You, your family, your dog and friends! This is a community festival open to all and especially welcomes well behaved adults, kids and dogs. The variety of live music will keep you all entertained and the children's activities will keep the younger ones happy. Enjoy!
There's always time for some festival shopping from stalls with unusual crafts and gifts to fun fancy dress, toys, jewellery and lots more!
The Phoenix Festival is an amazing outdoor event produced by the community for the community.
It is totally free-to-enter and costs nothing to come along and enjoy this annual festival that offers two days of music, dance and family fun in the beautiful, historic Abbey Grounds right in the heart of Cirencester.
“Fantastic festival, all the family had so much fun! Can't wait till next year"
Exhibits and Arts & Crafts
Every year there are a whole host of local groups, clubs, charities and arts & craft activities. You can learn, create and have fun whilst meeting new people and getting to know your local community.
Abbey Grounds Park
3 Blake Rd
If you are local, hop on a bus, enjoy the walk or take to your bikes! Cirencester has excellent road links to the major motorways. Cirencester’s nearest railway station is at Kemble (around 5 miles from Cirencester) on the Cheltenham- Swindon-London line. Once at Kemble you can get a taxi to Cirencester, or there is a limited bus service.
Car parks in Cirencester include The Market Place, Abbey Grounds car park, Brewery car park, Old Station car park, Waterloo car park, Forum car park. These car parks operate a pay and display system.
Food & drink
To keep you fed and watered there is some great festival food and drink! Alternatively, why not bring your own picnic? We do however, we have to say no to BBQs and due to licensing laws, you can't bring your own alcohol. The drinks at the bar are reasonably priced and security are vigilant to keep our family festival friendly and trouble free. Bring as many soft drinks and water as you can carry, but no glass bottles are allowed at the festival.
The Phoenix Festival is a fully accessible festival that does not discriminate either through age, gender or ability. It is a disabled friendly site that encourages people with physical mobility challenges to be included.
Where to stay
With hotels such as Premier Inn and Travelodge as well as numerous bed and breakfasts, camping off site, why not stay for the weekend?