Events and shows (including Duxford) in and around Cambridgeshire 2019Please Note: For tickets to all these events please contact the venue direct and not Highfield Farm, thank you.
All dates are correct at time of being placed on this website, please confirm date and event details for venue before making travel arrangements. Events may be cancelled or event dates may be subject to alteration.
Call visitcambridge.org on 0871 226 8006 or International: +44 1223 464732 for more information.
- Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival, Saturday 7th September, River Cam, Ditton Meadows, Fen Ditton. The much celebrated Cambridge Dragon Boat Festival takes
place on the River Cam each September in aid of charity. For more details visit www.dragonboatfestivals.co.uk/cambridge
- The Cambridge Roar, June to September. The Cambridge Roar is a festival of charity events, taking place annually at Quy Mill Hotel and Spa, raising money and awareness
for charity. Events spanning from June to September with everything from comedy nights to boxing matches, afternoon tea to champagne dinners,
so there truly is something for everyone. For details visit www.thecambridgeroar.co.uk
- Cambridge Corn Exchange 7th September, "The King" is Back. Starring Ben Portsmouth -The World’s Number One Elvis
Tribute Artist. Visit for more details www.cambridgelive.org.uk/cornex/events-list
- Cambridge Art Theatre 'THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN', Mon 23 - Sat 28 September. Rachel Watson longs for a different life. Her only escape is the perfect couple she watches through the train window every day, happy and in love. Or so it appears. When Rachel learns that the woman she’s been secretly watching has suddenly disappeared, she finds herself as a witness and even a suspect in a thrilling mystery in which she will face bigger revelations than she could ever have anticipated. For more details visit https://www.cambridgeartstheatre.com/whats-on/girl-train
2020 Duxford eventsIWM Duxford
Visit this historic airfield and museum of aviation history and discover the stories of people who lived and worked at RAF Duxford.
Book online and save 10% or become a member for a year of unlimited free admission. Please ring 020 7416 5000 for more information or visit www.iwm.org.uk/visits/iwm-duxford Please do not contact Highfield Park for Duxford information. Thank you.
- In AirSpace you can get up-close to some of the most famous aircraft in the world, including the Lancaster, Spitfire, Concorde and Vulcan.
Explore around and underneath the aircraft. Get to know how they fly, how they’re made and discover the impact they’ve made on your world. These are Permanent displays
- The American Air Museum in Britain is a story of two nations united through war, loss, love and duty.
Explore dramatic displays of epic original aircraft, innovative interactives and intriguing personal objects. Re-live exciting personal stories, from Duke Boswell, who jumped out of a C-47 transport aircraft on D-Day, to Huie Lamb, a fighter pilot who was forced to ditch his P-51 Mustang in the North Sea.
From the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress used during the Second World War to the remotely piloted Predator used in present day conflict, discover more about the United States' aviation history in the American Air Museum. These are Permanent displays.
- General Aviation Expo takes off on Saturday 25 April 2020. General Aviation Expo 2020 is the pre-season event to meet, network, learn and build lasting connections with experts from across the UK's General Aviation community.
- Duxford Air Festival Sat 23rd May and Sun 24th May. Experience the thrills in the sky above, and enjoy the fun on the showground below at the Spring Bank Holiday weekend Duxford Air Festival.
- Mark the 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain at the UK's Commemorative Show Duxford 19th and 20th September. The Duxford Battle of Britain Air Show brings to life Duxford's finest hour as an important Second World War fighter
station defending Great Britain from aerial attack in 1940. Witness the now-famous Duxford Spitfire Flypast, a sight of pure emotion,
reflection and pride. You’ll be standing where the ‘Few’ of 19 Squadron and pilots from across the world stood, as they took off from RAF Duxford to defend the skies of Britain.