Festivals, Carnivals and Events

Festivals, Carnivals and Events around the UK, England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, including music festivals, carnivals and summer fayres.

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Dragon Ball characters
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The characters of the mega-hit Dragon Ball anime series descend on Liverpool this weekend to celebrate the launch of a new and extensive range of action figures based on the number one anime series in the UK!

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Worcester Racecourse grand stand
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The home of summer jump racing is set in a stunning location in the heart of Worcester city centre by the River Severn, hosting 21 National Hunt jump racing fixtures between April and October this year. 

Our highlight of the season is Ladies Day on Saturday 6 June of which Björn Again will be performing live after racing! Another live performance night is UB40 Live After Racing the following Saturday 13 June. 

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Marwell Zoo's first SUPERSIZED! brick adventure!
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Marwell Zoo in Hampshire will be home to dozens of new species, as it becomes the first attraction in the world to host a brand new collection of supersized toy brick creatures in 2020.

SUPERSIZED! An astonishing larger than life brick adventure will feature up to 40 models of curious real-life creatures with an explosion of colour and size. 

The event will be on display at the zoo from 4 April to 3 September 2020, starting with 30 sculptures of various sizes in 16 locations around the park, and more models arriving throughout the summer.

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People at dance festival
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Keswick Mountain Festival (KMF) has unveiled a packed line-up of outdoor entertainment and attractions as part of this year’s annual festival, which runs from 15-17 May.  Over two nights, the main stage will feature live music, a DJ set and a special screening of a new film, accompanied by a performance of the musical score.

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Gamers at UK’s biggest games hubs
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One of the UK’s biggest games hubs opens its doors to gamers, families and students

Leamington Spa’s celebration of the games talent and culture within the region – will open its doors to the public on Saturday, February 1.

Taking place at the Royal Spa Centre, Interactive Futures will give students, young people, children and their parents the opportunity to discover the myriad of job opportunities there are available for all within the thriving video games industry.