Check out iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, learn about the powerful iPad Pro, take a look at the new features and bands for Apple Watch, and see the premiere of the all-new Apple TV.
Party people from all over the world gather to bring in the new year at one of the world’s biggest outdoor parties under the stunning backdrop of Edinburgh Castle.
The Meadows Festival Festival Committee works hard to create the Meadows Festival every June. This year, we are happy to announce that the festival will take place on 3rd & 4th June 2017. The Meadows Festival offers a wide range of activities for all ages, including: – Live music, with something to suit every musical taste! – A popular Kids’ Area with activities to keep younger visitors entertained, including face painting, storytelling and more – General Merchandise stalls selling everything from antiques to clothing to fair trade products (and much more!) – Information stalls of various types – local associations, campaigns, charities etc – Food stalls to suit every taste and appetite – Performance area – local artists showcase their work including theatre, classes and dance – Many more activities that will be made public closer to the event time. In 2016 over 20,000 people attended the Meadows Festival, so it’s a busy and fun-filled couple of days!
The Edinburgh Meadows Festival is a free and volunteer-run annual event featuring live music stages, performers, food, merchandise stalls and more… Meadows Festival offering something for everyone and is a great way to welcome the summer in the city! “In 2017 over 30,000 people attended the Meadows Festival, so it’s a busy and fun-filled couple of days!” Live music, with something to suit every musical taste! A popular Kids’ Area with activities to keep younger visitors entertained, including face painting and storytelling General Merchandise stalls selling everything from antiques to clothing to fair trade products Information stalls of various types – local associations, campaigns and charities Food stalls to suit every taste and appetite Performance area – local artists showcase their work including theatre, classes and dance Many more activities that will be made public closer to the event time The Meadows Festival taking place in Edinburgh’s green heart of the city. It opens Edinburgh’s festival season every year in June, founded in 1974 by The Meadows Festival Association (Charity SCO17116). + + + + + + + + + + Follow Edinburgh’s Facebook Page https://facebook.com/edinburghs/ or Join Facebook group to get latest updates on Edinburgh Events https://facebook.com/groups/edinburghs/
Edinburgh International Society invites you to the International Picnic Day at the Meadows Park. It’s that time of the year where we start to celebrate the summer!. Joining our Picnic absolutely free, so bring all your friends, family, enemies, frenemies, framily, anemones and everyone else! 🙂 If you can bring something traditional from your home country or local food would be fantastic! 😉 When: Sunday, 18th June at 15:00 p.m. Where: Meadows Park. The meeting point in front of the (International Bar – 15 Brougham Place, EH3 9JX) And if you have a guitar, bongos or another musical instrument, bring them along – a real picnic demands proper music! 🙂 Come join us and have fun! 🙂 Edinburgh International Society Follow: Edinburgh International on the Facebook or Join Edinburgh Events Facebook Community to get latest updates on when and where we meet for social events: https://facebook.com/groups/edinburgh.international/
Friday Night Social is for anyone looking to meet new people, going to events or exploring new places in and around Edinburgh.
Each year’s Tattoo is very much a ‘global gathering’ – showcasing the talents of musicians and performers from every corner of the globe.
For three weeks in August the Fringe opens the doors, streets and alleyways of an entire city to an explosion of creative energy from around the globe.
The Book Festival welcomes around 1000 authors in over 800 events this year.
If you enjoy eating outdoors in a fun, friendly atmosphere? — come join us! It’s that time of the year where we start to celebrate the summer!
A tremendous celebration of Scottish storytelling and of the world wide connections which storytelling can bring.