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The Cambridge Club Festival

Dance, Disco, Discover. A feel-good festival weekend with Chaka Khan, Jessie Ware, loads more live music, family fun, street food, comedy, DJs & more.

  • 7th June 2024 - 9th June 2024
  • 3:00 pm - 10:30 pm

A feel-good festival of Disco and Discovery for all ages…

Founded in 2017, The Cambridge Club has become one of the most-loved festivals in the East of England. Renowned for serving up iconic artists across Disco, Funk & Soul, the June weekend offers a diverse range of arts, culture, music, and family-friendly fun – all unfolding at the historic Childerley Orchard.

The excitement is building for 2024’s edition – with Chaka Khan, Jessie Ware, Earth Wind & Fire Experience, Gabrielle, Natasha Bedingfield, Sister Sledge, Soul II Soul and many more set to perform across the weekend of 7th-9th June.

Live music is only one element of The Cambridge Club’s immersive outlook, with attendees invited to embark on a journey of Disco and Discovery. DJs will be spinning timeless classics and contemporary floor-fillers at the Orchard dance stage, and there is a wealth of non-musical entertainment on offer too – with comedy, live podcasts, family activities, games, wellness and more to explore.

Festival goers can feast on delicious food and drink too – with a new dedicated area, complete with chef demos and street food menu – or access exclusive Premium and Hospitality areas to elevate the experience. The boutique campsite offers self-pitch camping, live-in vehicle spots, and glamping to stay over in style.

Discover some feel-good festival magic this summer: www.thecambridgeclub.co

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Facilities

  • Bar
  • Blue badge parking
  • Car Parking
  • Disabled Accessibility
  • Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • On site parking
  • wheelchair access

Accessibility Facilities

  • Blue Badge Parking
  • Staff available to assist
  • Wheel chair accessible
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Did you know?

Cambridge can boast of William Wordsworth, Samuel Pepys, Virginia Woolf, Stephen Fry and Prince Charles as alumni of the university.