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How to book

ONLINE: Book tickets online here (24hrs), or via the Festival Events tab on this website. 

Please note that online sales will end at 6pm the day before an event. If you would like to make a booking after that point please contact us by phone or visit the Festival Box Office in person.

PHONE:  Festival Box Office: 01323 815150  (10.00am -5.00pm).  

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Sold Out Events

During the Festival, you can check with the Festival Box Office to see if there have been any tickets released for previously sold out events.

Charleston offers priority booking to Friends and Omega Group members before tickets go on sale to the general public. Due to the overwhelming demand for tickets this year, we have already sold out several events. These are indicated on the Festival Events listing page with SOLD OUT tag. You can add your name to the waiting list by clicking on the event.

For you best chance to secure tickets to popular events, please consider joining as a Friend of Charleston next year.

E-Tickets

Once your transaction is complete you will be automatically sent an e-ticket. Please bring this e-ticket with you to the Festival (either as a print out, or on a device like your mobile phone). Failure to do so may delay your entry and getting you seated. Don’t worry, we will have a record of all our ticketholders at the Festival Box Office to help with queries on the day.

Refunds/returns

Once purchased, tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged. Visit our Terms and Conditions page for more information.

FAQs

Visit our FAQs page for more information about Festival tickets and priority booking.

 

 

You can download a digital version of the Charleston Festival brochure by clicking here.

 

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