With bands over three days, and performances in the Elizabethan Hall and its beautiful grounds, the festival offers a diverse range of laid-back entertainment that inspired the Independent to write in 2009 that the Festival was ‘possibly the most enjoyable jazz concert I've ever attended’.
The large stage on the Main Lawn is where the Festival’s main acts perform. With rolling fields behind the stage and pristine woodland to the side, festivalgoers couldn’t ask for a more stunning setting.
'The whole experience was brilliant...due to the combination of antiquity and youthful influence from Simon and his family protecting tradition and heritage but creating a relaxed and happy atmosphere. We will be back again.' festival goers Tom and Hildy Young, 2012.
Families flock to the Burton Agnes Jazz and Blues Festival for the safe, easy-going vibe. Of particular interest to children, is the Children’s Corner with play area; 15 acres of magical gardens to explore including a walled garden with maze, jungle garden and giant games; and a woodland walk with forest creatures to find.
Disabled Access Information
Event stewards will do all they can to help you enjoy the festival.
Adapted toilets are available in the courtyard area.
The ground floor of the Hall and all the grounds of Burton Agnes Hall are wheel chair accessible.
To let us know about any needs you may have please contact the Estate Office on 01262 490 324.
To see this year's full lineup, please use the link below