What's on May - June

What's on May - June

With summer approaching we’ve scouted out the best festivals taking place over the next month including a German beer festival, Hidden Door and the Meadows Festival.

Hidden Door Festival

For 10 days and nights, visitors can enjoy music, dance, visual art, film and spoken word at the old Leith Theatre. Running from Friday 26th May – Sunday 4th June, visitors can explore the festival for free every day until 6pm. For more information or to book tickets for the evening events, click here.

BierFest

A beer garden in Princess Street Gardens – is there a better way to kick off the summer? Enjoy Bavarian beer, German street food and live DJ sets at this festival, brought to you by the organisers of Edinburgh’s Oktoberfest. Taking place from Thursday 1st – Sunday 4th June, entry to the BierFest is free, while tickets for the FestTent range from £5 to £35 for a VIP ticket. For more information or to book tickets, click here.

Meadows Festival

The Meadows Festival returns on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th June. Listen to live music, watch entertaining performances, browse the market or enjoy food and drink from the range of vendors at this free community festival. For more information, click here.

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