The Medieval Music in the Dales Box Office is now open.

  • Start by booking your Festival Pass for however many days you want to attend, and also your Camping Pass if appropriate. (Friends, Performers and Luthiers don't need to book a Festival Pass but do need to book Camping Passes.)

  • Then you can go on to choose the other concerts, workshops and other events that you would like to attend. 

  • Please note - you can't attend any workshops without a Festival Pass. Make sure you've selected the Festival Pass for the relevant day when booking for any workshop. 

  • Your Festival Pass also gives you access to all the daytime concerts, and evening access to Bolton Castle.

Please note that Child Passes are available, as well as Child Tickets for evening concerts and Child Tickets for some workshops. These are available to anyone under 18 at the time of the festival - and aged 5 or over; there is no charge for under 5s. 

NB - very occasionally, people experience difficulties in placing their order through this online Box Office. If you do run into problems, please don't give up! Drop us a line and we will sort it out for you.

Friends of MMitD Only:

Friends also have the opportunity to reserve places at the Daytime Concerts in St Oswald's Church and the Daytime Talks in the Castle Bolton Meeting Room. Below the main Box Office you will find an additional booking form just for the Daytime Concerts and Talks. There's a box for you to enter the Friends password which has been supplied - put in the password, click Submit and you will be taken to the Daytime Concerts and Talks booking form. 

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Medieval Music in the Dales is organised and run by Trouvere Medieval Minstrels

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Photos of Medieval Music in the Dales 2016 by Quentin Budworth or Lesley Dunn

unless otherwise credited on the page. Photos of Medieval Music in the Dales 2017 by participants including Philippe Bolton,

Phil Keen, Richard and Carol Benson, Yvonne Napper and Lesley Dunn.

Photographs of MMitD 2018 and 2019 by Gullwing Photography (gullwingphotography.co.uk) and various participants.