Horsham Park

An overhead shot of ash trees. Trees with ash dieback are clearly identifiable

How we plan to manage ash dieback on Council-owned land

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Events in Horsham Park

Horsham Park has a fantastic events calendar including free live music, sports sessions, funfairs, circus, free children's entertainment in the school holidays, charity fun-days and ticketed events.

These events will take place in-line with the COVID-19 recovery roadmap and could be subject to change at short notice. 
For the most up to date information, please visit the organisers sites directly.


Musical Extravaganza at Horsham Garden Music Festival
17 & 18 July and 24 & 25 July

Once again the Human Nature Garden will play host to the ever popular Horsham Garden Music Festival.
This popular summer extravaganza brings together talented musicians in a series of themed concerts over two weekends in July.

For the latest details, please visit Horsham Garden Music Festival


The World's first 'Shelleython' - Poetry Reading Marathon
31 July & 1 August

The Shelley Memorial Project & Friends of Horsham Park present the world's first Shelleython.

This fun fund-raising event will find a team of volunteers taking part in a sponsored public reading of Shelley's complete works.

The 'Shelleython' will launch the campaign to raise £12,000 for a public memorial to Percy Bysshe Shelley, Horsham's most famous citizen.  

For tickets, please visit the projects Shelleython page


Battle of the Bands returns to the Human Nature Garden
14 & 15 August

Local musicians will once again have the chance to shine as the Grand Final of Battle of the Bands returns to the Human Nature Garden.  

For the latest details, please visit Horsham Battle of the Bands


Raising Funds with Race For Life
12 September

We are proud to once again be hosting Cancer Research’s ‘Race for Life’.
Taking place on Sunday 12 September, the race sees women and children from across the district and beyond come together to raise valuable funds to help in the battle to beat cancer.

Starting and finishing in Horsham Park, this popular 5K event follows a circular route taking in the town centre and Chesworth Farm.

For full details and registration, please visit raceforlife.cancerresearchuk.org


We share information about paid and free events taking place in Council-managed open spaces, but we do not accept responsibility or liability for events organised and managed by external organisations.

If you would like to know more about a particular event, please contact the event organiser who is listed for each individual event.