What's on in Edinburgh - March 2018

What's on in Edinburgh - March 2018

Forget about the snow we've had recently - the return of some of Edinburgh's best events and outdoor markets means only one thing… spring is in the air!

Meats and Beats

Meats and Beats is back in Edinburgh, taking place on Friday 9th and Saturday 10th March at Summerhall. With jerk chicken, steak, chicken wings and jerk-loaded nachos, carnivores will be in heaven at the Street Food Village. Work your way through the decades on the dancefloor – every hour the music will change, starting off with 70s classics until reaching the latest hits. There will also be hotdog eating competitions, retro playground games and pop-up bars serving craft beer, cocktails, wine and Prosecco.

Tickets start at £8. Click here for further information or to book.

St. Patrick’s Day Pitt

Missed the Pitt Market over the winter? Head along to Pitt Street on 17th March for their St Patrick’s Day event and enjoy delicious local street food, craft beer, cocktails and live music. Entry costs £2 and the market runs from 12pm – 10pm.

Click here for further information.

Easter Saturday Raceday

The Easter Saturday raceday returns to Musselburgh Racecourse for the second year. As well as the races, there will be live music and entertainment, game stalls, fairground rides and delicious food and drink. Doors open at 11.30am and tickets cost £25.

Click here for further information or to book.

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