Returning to Cheltenham Racecourse for its 36th festival, Greenbelt will offer another wide choice of live music to fans including rock, folk and classical stars across five stages.

The four-day event’s roots are in the Christian faith but the festival’s welcome is wide and inclusive. The event encourages discussion, creativity and enjoyment of all variables of contemporary arts and culture.

A rich and incredibly diverse assortment of talks, workshops, visual arts, comedy, panels and literature are offered during the festival exploring current affair, social justice, politics and much more.

The organisers are believers of sustainability and Greenbelt provides fair-trade food and drinks, recycling points, line-ups on recycled paper and a lift share scheme. It also has a children’s festival with circus acts, puppet shows and storytelling.