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£44.59 & up—Cambridge festival w/Sister Sledge & more

Emily Booth
Deal Expert
Enjoy one of the southeast's most popular festivals, with live music, entertainment, and more

Why We Love This Deal

"Get ready for a hip-shaking, mind-bending weekend of wonder like no other" (Hello!) at The Cambridge Club Festival, which returns this June. Save up to 40% on tickets to the festival with promo code TRAVELZOO and see headliners Earth, Wind & Fire Experience, Sister Sledge, and Jessie Ware, and enjoy a day of family entertainment, food, and disco dancing. 

What's included

  • Friday: adult tickets, usually £80.43, are £44.59
  • Saturday: adult tickets, usually £95.30, are £56.02
  • Entry for children under five is free and can be added upon booking
  • We also have also negotiated tickets for Sunday

When
7-8 June, 2024. Entry is from 4pm on Friday and 2pm on Saturday.

About the festival
The Cambridge Club Festival is a weekend full of music, arts, culture, and experiences. As well as live music from pop, R&B, soul, and disco icons, there will be comedy, talks, and live podcasts at the Auditorium of Intrigue; street food available to purchase; activities, arts, crafts, and music for the little ones at the Imagination Station; and plenty more to experience, play, and do across their expansive site in the Cambridgeshire countryside. 

On the Friday, headlining the stage will be Brit Award and Mercury Prize nominee Jessie Ware. The soul- and disco-influenced singer is best known for hits "Say You Love Me" and, as well as her NME-award winning podcast "Table Manners". Former Spice Girls member Melanie C will also perform a DJ set which fuses pop and soulexpect "Never Be the Same Again" and "I Turn to You". Pop icon Natasha Bedingfield, performing songs including "These Words", and "Unwritten", will also take the main stage.

The Earth, Wind & Fire Experience is the brainchild of former Earth, Wind & Fire guitarist and songwriter Al McKay and will headline the main stage on the Saturday. The ensemble will perform anthems including "Fantasy" and, of course, "September", which Al McKay wrote alongside group founder Maurice White. Disco legends Sister Sledge, known for "We Are Family" and "Lost in Music", will also take the stage, as well as The Family Stone, the funk, soul, and rock band behind iconic hits "Everyday People" and "Dance to the Music".

See the full line by day up here.

"The Cambridge Club festival offers easy-going disco, pop and soul-themed vibes"—London Evening Standard

"A jam-packed feast of soul superstars... wide-spanning range of culture, and chilled out family fun... an unforgettable time"—The Hunts Post

"A day of funk and soul with raucous singing, plenty of fancy dress, brightly coloured wigs and a lot of laughter"—Cambridge Independent

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7-8 Jun, 2024

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£44.59 & up—Cambridge festival w/Sister Sledge & more

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