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Rochester Castle Concerts deliver four nights of live music staged in the castle Gardens, creating an entertaining and atmospheric combination. Concertgoers will be no more than 50 metres from the stage, so you can get up close and personal with some of the top acts in the UK music scene. Acts this year include Rudimental, Craig David and The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra at the Proms with special guests Collabro and Laura Wright
The Historic Dockyard Chatham is proud to bring you the most exciting family friendly vintage festival on the UK circuit. Paying homage to the heyday of the big band and blitz spirit, showcasing the best the era has to offer and considered one of the country's best!
Visitors will be able to enjoy a selection of festive food and drinks including mulled wine and hot chocolate, whilst they browse stalls for unique gift ideas and unusual stocking fillers.
Held annually since 1988, Rochester becomes a feast of Victorian delights with market stalls, lamp-lit parades, carol singing, a snow machine and even Father Christmas. Highlights include the Seven Poor Travellers Procession, the Grand Parade, a candlelit procession, the open air carol concert, and street performers.
The annual festival celebrating English culture, history and tradition takes place at Riverside Country Park, Gillingham. Entry is free. Festivalgoers can enjoy and celebrate all things English and share in some family fun.
The modern day Sweeps Festival is a colourful mix of music, Morris dancing and entertainers celebrating throughout the three-day festival.
A weekend of colourful celebration, enlightening entertainment and Dickensian discovery, as we honour one of England's greatest writers.From costumed parades and street acts to competitions, readings and a fair, Rochester's streets and green spaces will be awash with entertainment.