Articles tagged with: festivals
A highlight of Gibraltar’s calendar since 2009, the Charity Cardboard Boat Race is back for its fifth outing on 24 August.
Sherwood Forest will celebrate the legend of Robin Hood this summer, when the annual Robin Hood Festival returns from 5 – 11 August 2013, hosted by Nottinghamshire County Council.
Our destination of the week this week is Calgary in Alberta, Canada in celebration of the upcoming Calgary Stampede held annually on the first Friday after Canada Day.
Hotel prices in the Dutch city of Amsterdam have increased by 87 per cent this Queen’s Day, according to hotel price comparison site trivago.co.uk.
The Thames festival, one of Europe's largest free festivals, is set to take place next weekend to mark the end of summer.
From July 13th – 22nd 2012, the German city of Düsseldorf will be holding the ‘Biggest Fun Fair on the Rhine’ summer festival, which is expected to attract over 400,000 visitors per day.
Manchester’s Chinatown is to hold its own Dragon Boat Festival this month.
Malta will be holding its annual Jazz Festival this July from the 19th to the 21st, attracting top acts from the US.
The Sydney Opera House has been transformed during the first night of the Vivid Sydney festival, which opened this year with a spectacular 3D light projection by URBANSCREEN.
The world's best pyrotechnics are set to battle it out this May at the 22nd annual Fireworks Competition in Hannover.
The Songkran festival, otherwise known as Thai New Year, takes place in Thailand every April 13th to 15th. This year, the Tourism Authority of Thailand are inviting Brits to celebrate too, with a series of events in London.
The renowned World Gourmet Summit returns to Singapore from April 23rd to May 3rd, attracting some of the best chefs from around the globe.
Funway Holidays have put together a special package for jazz music enthusiasts to the St Lucia Jazz Festival, which includes 11 nights’ accommodation and flights for just £1,999 per person.
The Cawl Cooking Championships of the World and Elsewhere will take place in Pembrokeshire, Wales on the 3rd and 4th March, to celebrate the onset of spring and the Welsh patron Saint of St David.
The UK will be the country of honour this year at the Abu Dhabi Festival.