A family friendly science festival featuring various activities including spectacular science shows, arts/crafts stations, workshops, film screenings, exhibits and meet the researcher sessions for all ages.
June 2016 Events
Events across Scotland in June 2016
We are slowly getting them back up to date!
This festival displays the Hebrides' passion and aptitude for luring arts fans to idyllic locations and rewarding them with a showcase of professional performances and local artistry. Now in its 22nd year, the festival is the highlight of a summer-long programme of events, illustrated talks, concerts and workshops.
Famers Market in Montrose on the fiest Saturday of every month in Montrose and 2nd Saturday in Forfar
A Scottish Farmers market with a continental heart - quality local artisan crafts too! Open every Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
Large local market held on first and last Saturday every month between 9-5 in Belmont Street
Local farmer's market held every Saturday in Wick between 09:30 till about 4pm. Arrive early for best produce. In Market Square
Most northerly farmers market in the world probably! Held last Saturday of every month Jan-November and also 2nd Saturday of the month in May, June, July & December
Two soldiers meet after the Battle of Stirling Brig from opposing sides - what happens? Historical drama that explores issues at Wallace Monument on various dates through the year. see webpage below
Orkney Fine Wine Festival features a boutique collection of tastings and wine events including some of the premium wines from around the world.
Ever since the very first walking festival in 2003, walkers having been coming back to Angus year after year to enjoy everything the area has to offer. From the breathtaking landscapes of the glens to impressive coastal views, Angus is the perfect backdrop for a walking holiday.
Join amateur golfers from around the world and walk in the footsteps of golfing legends at the 28th St Andrews Links Trophy. The tournament takes place on the New Course and the Old Course.
The West End Festival is Glasgow’s largest cultural event and every June takes over this popular area of Glasgow with a wide variety of events and performances. Last year over 400 events took place in 80 venues.
Day festival at Palmerston Park in Dumfries featuring the Boomtown Rats, Rezillos and many others
The Festival features various attractions such as ceilidhs, pipe bands, dance displays, classic boats, competitive rowing races, market stalls and children's entertainment among others. the high light of teh day will be the yacht muster where a variety of boats gather at the historic harbour.
Edinburgh's festival season kicks off with the Meadows Festival, which offers the best local bands, dance groups, quirky performers and workshops amidst lots of family-friendly activities.
Most prestigious racing day combined with hats, heels, suits and jackets. Enjoy this Sunday fixture in your Sunday best
The 19th annual Jazz Festival will be held in various venues in Kirkcudbright and will bring together some of the most popular names in Jazz music world.
A small and well-thought-out music fest with a varied line-up supported by family-friendly Activities, exhibitions and cabaret and comedy tents. Shortlisted for the Best Family Festival award in the UK Festival Awards in 2014
Local farmers market held on 1st Saturday of every month between 9-1pm in St Andrews
A market with a wide range of local produce and crafts, featuring over 20 stalls. Last Saturday of every month in Haddington in East Lothian
Local produce, crafts and gift market with local artwork, gifts and food. Every Friday from 25th March - 16th December
The annual Common Riding festivals will be held across 11 towns across the Scottish Borders in the months of June and July.
Local farmers market held in the High Street on the 2nd Saturday of each month
Largest of the Farmers' markets in the North of Scotland. held every FIRST saturday of the month between 08:30 till 3pm in centre of Inverness
Staging a mix of professional and youth theatre shows alongside community events and exhibitions, this Inverurie-based theatre festival aims to foster new talent by providing training opportunities in a range of theatre skills.
Imaginate is the largest and most successful performing arts festival for children and young people in the UK.
Step back to Shakespearean times and enjoy jousting, archery, falconry, living history displays, jesters and other Elizabethan pursuits as well as enjoying theatre and early music throughout the weekend.
Scotland's National Gardening Show featuring floral displays, gardening experts, arts, crafts and entertainment. Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston.
Brew at the Bog combines the best in alternative and indie British talent with the best craft beer in the UK.
The 20th Arran Folk Festival will be held on the Isle of Arran, in Scotland.
Explore the taste of Grampian in this one-day food and drink festival, which offers a great day out for the family with lots to see and do including face painting, food sampling and wine tasting.
The three day event of Jim Clark Rally is the only closed road rally in the UK. 2016 it will be again be forest track for legal reasons.
The largest and most diverse arts festival in East Lothian,3 Harbours Art Festivals in various venues throughout Cockenzie, Port Seton and Prestonpans.
A popular Agricultural show that is being held in Gargunnock Showfield, Stirlingshire.
The Culross Festival has been bringing top UK and Scottish acts to the picturesque setting of Culross for over 20 years. The open-air lawn of Abbey House and the presence of catering facilities lend themselves to a late summer picnic, and previous festivals have included Eddi Reader, Ruby Turner and Capercaillie.