The Baldock Festival would like to thank the Baldock Events Forum for supporting the Festival Street Fair, Car Show and other events with the use of their Traders Licences.

Latest News and Updates:
    • Baldock Jumble Sale Trail – Cancelled – Unfortunatly this event has been cancelled but will be back next year – please follow their Facebook Page for latest news – https://www.facebook.com/Baldock-Jumble-Sale-Trail-1022758331161856/
    • Rotary Open Gardens takes place on Sunday 19th May as per website not Saturday as per programme: Link to Event

Chairman’s Message

There’s something special about this time of year – spring is in the air, the crocuses and daffodils are out, and after months and months of planning, we can now share with you the events for this years Baldock Festival.

2019 sees us in out 36th year, and the line-up is as strong as ever, as groups, businesses, schools, churches, team and clubs across our town come together to put on a wide range of varied events for the Festival Fortnight.

It is an honour to welcome you to the programme for the 36th Baldock Festival, the annual fortnight (and more) of fun, entertainment, informative talks, activities and social events for all ages!

We welcome back the well-established events such as the Wine and Whisky tastings, the Beer Festival, Festival Bingo and Fun Quiz, as well as the new and equally popular Gin tasting, Classic Car Show and the must-enter Baldock Bae Off! A new highlight for this year is the Mad Scientists sow on Saturday the 11th, definitely one of for the kids!

As always there is the Street Fair to look forward to, and especially for this year we have a load of exotic animals for you to visit in the Community Centre.

Tickets go on sale Saturday 13th April at Baldock Community Centre from 9.00am, so get yours quick before they all go.

And finally, I must thank all of the volunteers who give up their time to help organise, run and clear up the Baldock Festival, in particular, my colleagues on the Festival Committee, without whom this just wouldn’t happen!

Enjoy our wonderful festival, cheers!

Rob Scahill, Chairman.