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Harrogate Summer Festival

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Harrogate
North Yorkshire
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Event timing: Late June to late July
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A charitable organisation, our passion, ambition and innovative eye maintains our position as an arts organisation delivering Festivals of national importance, as well as a key cultural provider for the North throughout the year.

For full listings please visit our website.

Tel: 01423 562303
Email: info@harrogate-festival.org.uk

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