Welcome to the website of The Twinwood Festival of Swing, Jazz, Jive & Rock n Roll,
incorporating The Glenn Miller Festival, held annually on August Bank Holiday.
28th 29th 30th August 2010 at Twinwood Arena, Clapham, Bedfordshire.

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TICKET HOTLINE:
01923 282725

Ticket Hotline: 01923 282725
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DOWNLOAD OUR 2010 BROCHURE:
Twinwood Brochure
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After the highly successful eighth Twinwood Festival sold out, everybody is now looking forward to the 9th festival this August bank holiday 2010. The planning for 2010 is now complete. For the full line up click here.

Early bird tickets are on sale now! We advise everyone to book early this year as 30% of the ticket allocation for 2010 was sold at the festival last year.

The full colour 2010 brochure is now available. To receive this, email your postal address or phone 01923 282725. To download the brochure click here.


Non stop live music from well known bands. Music from the 40s, 50s and beyond. Plus air displays, hangar dances, trade stalls, great food, bars, museums, living history, classic vehicles, camping and lots more!

In its ninth year, this nostalgic, annual Swing, Jazz, Jive & Rock n Roll music festival is now regarded by many as by far THE BEST RETRO MUSIC FESTIVAL IN THE COUNTRY! Word has spread globally, and many of our regular visitors come back each year from the USA, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and from all over Europe to attend the Twinwood Festival. It is held at the stunning location of The Historic RAF Twinwood Airfield and Twinwood Arena, near Bedford, where Glenn Miller took his last flight. The emphasis is on nonstop, high quality music from many top Orchestras and artistes performing the great hits from the big band, swing and Jive era, and since 2008 we've also featured an additional brand new 50s stage which adds a new dimension to the festival. CLICK HERE FOR FULL 2010 SCHEDULE

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