Bath invites visitors and locals alike to enjoy some of its exciting summer events. Bath offers a packed program of events and festivals, alfresco dining in courtyards, terraces and squares, picnics on the green and river walks.
Iford Jazz Festival arrives July 22–24 in the courtyard, cloister and Archery Ground across the river. In addition to a series of jazz concerts over three days, guests can also discover the Champagne bar and Argentinian cuisine by chef Matthew Briddon.
The Fantastic Food Festival also comes to Bath, July 29–31. This festival features stalls, celebrity chef demonstrations and cooking workshops. Occurring at the same time, The Holburne museum hosts the Garden Theater Festival, July 29–Aug. 13. Guests sit in Bath’s newest open-air theater on a rolled-out blanket, sipping on beer while enjoying a variety of performances.
Walk on 2,000-year-old pavements during the Torchlit Summer Evenings at the Roman Baths series, running July 23–Aug. 31. Here, guests can relax and enjoy a drink from the pop-up bar while enjoying the peaceful setting of the Great Bath. The bar serves Champagne, sparkling wine and soft drinks.
On Aug. 27, 28 and 29, The American Museum presents its first outdoor cinema event in the amphitheater. Enjoy an evening of classic American family cinema alongside American-inspired food, drink and popcorn, all while nestled within the beautiful gardens. Program announcements coming soon.
Through July 31, Bath on the Beach invites visitors wanting a beachside feel to enjoy the chilled vibes of the event. As the city’s largest outdoor venue, Bath on the Beach includes deck chairs, cabanas and picnic benches, as well as wood-fired pizzas and summer-inspired cocktails. No booking is required.
Anyone who’s visited a destination known for its northern lights viewing during certain times of the year knows, just because you visit doesn’t mean you’ll be able to actually see the northern lights. A lot has to come together for them to be visible, and if the weather doesn’t cooperate, you might be out of luck. However, a new cruise aims to help travelers avoid the disappointment of traveling across the world just to be left lightless.
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With the NFL season in full swing and games already booked for months, there’s more than one reason to look forward to cheering on your favorite team. What better way to celebrate (or mourn a loss) after a game than visiting some great bars within walking distance of these massive NFL stadiums?
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