The Festival™ at Cheltenham Racecourse

The highlight of the Jump season. The pinnacle racing event of the year. The event with an atmosphere that will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand up.

Cheltenham Festival dates: 12th – 15th March 2019

Join us at the Cheltenham Festival 2019 for an experience like no other. Regular and first-time racegoers alike are welcomed to Cheltenham Racecourse to celebrate the very best of jump racing as the finest horses, jockeys, owners and trainers battle it out for the highest racing honours, their reputations and over £4.5 million of prize money.

The Festival™ epitomises and encompasses everything that is great about Jump racing but that’s not all. We have experiences for all including:

Top class hospitality featuring some of the UK’s finest cuisine, delivered by Michelin star chefs;

Live music performances from top bands;

Shopping in our tented village from country attire and gifts to jewellery and cars.

Join over 260,000 others as Cheltenham Races presents the most prestigious jump racing event of the year.

Four days of racing at the Cheltenham Festival

I’ll be there!

Inside Cheltenham

Jockey Club Wi-Fi

Using free Jockey Club Wi-Fi for your data needs when you are on the racecourse will help to ensure that your mobile phone signal is as strong as possible. If you have any Wi-Fi problems on the day please go to our information point located near the See You Then Terrace.

Trade Stands

An increasingly popular part of a visit to Cheltenham is a trip to our Shopping Village. Offering a wide selection of quality products and gifts to suit every taste, the Shopping Village provides long-lasting reminders of a great day at Cheltenham.

Guinness Village

The Guinness Village is a must-do experience for all Club and Tattersalls ticket holders, as well as hospitality guests and Annual Members. With an electric atmosphere hard to describe, Guinness flowing freely and the craic of traditional bands playing throughout the day, memories are made to share with friends long after the racing has finished.

Final Flight Bar

The Final Flight Bar has fast become the post-racing destination at Cheltenham. The Final Flight Bar is open on all four days of The Festival and continues until 7.30pm. There is live music to keep the party flowing and a cocktail bar – the perfect way to end a day at Cheltenham.

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Champion
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Ladies
Day

From £25

St Patrick’s
Thursday

From £25

Gold Cup
Day

From £40

Unforgettable Hospitality

Cheltenham prides itself on providing diners with stunning dishes for every occasion. Our raceday menus are designed with three key elements in mind: seasonality, provenance of ingredients, and sourcing of local British produce that is farmed and caught in a sustainable and ethical way.

Sitting in the heart of the Cotswolds, Cheltenham works with a wealth of local farmers and producers to source ingredients, which often come straight from the field to the plate.

Jockey Club Catering stands for great service, great food and a great experience. We strive to achieve this every day.

Tom Parry, Head Chef

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Your Comments

Its the realisation that after months of excitement, following certain horses throughout the season. It is finally here!!
@james_watts14
The start of the best 4 days, & evenings, in the sporting year. As simple as that. Bring it on.
Simon?@sportingrelic
It’s the threshold. Hopes are about to be tested. That roar is the final moment where your dreams of glory are untainted.
The Major@tdl123
Best day out of the year! Champion Chase, Champagne and great fun all round!
David Luck