Saturday 16th July 2022 9.30 am - 4 pm
Thank you to our group of dedicated volunteers. The Festival 2021 would not have been a success without your help with: Putting up road signage, 220 children’s umbrellas down Church Walk, helping to erect gazebos on the day of the event and taking them down afterwards, providing visitor information and handing out maps at our information gazebos and much more…
We are now busy looking ahead to next year and would like to hear from you if you would like to volunteer.
If you are interested in helping us email firstname.lastname@example.org
Chepstow Festival of Arts will fill the town with exhibitions and events from the historic town arch all the way down to the riverside. There will be inspirational displays of pictorial art, photographic art, floral art, crafts, sculpture, performance, and music.
Youth creativity is celebrated throughout lower Chepstow where there will be an exciting program of music, entertainment and Performance.
Image: Terry Walters
Chepstow Festival of Arts will offer an exceptional programme of activities and displays to entertain and inspire you.
Many unique venues, including the historic Moot Hall, the imposing St Mary’s Priory and the newly renovated Board School, will be hosting exhibitions and activities.
All over town there will be an eclectic mix of performance artists, such as rock bands, folk groups, rappers, puppeteers, dance groups, choirs and many more, providing an exciting programme of entertainment throughout the day.
The Festival opens from 9.30 all day.
Park and Ride at the racecourse provided by Classic busses.
Car Parks are situated around the town, and Festival Stewards will be on hand with Maps of the Festival.
Cafes, Pubs, and Restaurants from the historic Town Arch at the top of the High Street down to the Bandstand beside the beautiful riverside will be open offering everything from coffee and cake to a gourmet meal.