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  • BACK in Edinburgh by popular demand for 2017!!... Edinburgh Colour Bomb Carnival has a new location this year Sighthill Park, Edinburgh EH11 4PW from Friday 30th June until Sunday 9th July.
    Hosted by Colour Bomb Carnival and Taylor's Of Edinburgh Funfair.
    Wristbands cost £9.99 per session this includes free colour powder on arrival and unlimited rides on the funfair rides. Colour bomb fights happen each session (Extra powder and accessories can be bought inside the arena).

  • A free event including a BBQ for the community, activities for the children and music. (this is an alcohol free event). T

  • This event due to be held in Princes Street Gardens aims to raise money for Crohn's and Colitis UK. Family friendly entertainment will be onsite; face painters, bouncy castle, participants will either walk a 5k or 10k route around the city centre.

  • Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival. An iconic location in West Princes Street Gardens at the foot of Edinburgh Castle will house one of the most spectacular Spiegeltents: The Paradiso, which becomes the heart of the Festival. Art deco mirrors, stained glass windows, wooden features the tent is finished with velvet and brocade. Wooden booths surround rows of seating. The Spiegeltent will only be in Edinburgh the 10 days of the Festival.

  • Walk the Walk with Nick Benge of the Friends of Cammo Estate
    Talk the Walk Nick will tell you about the park’s flora and fauna and the environmental projects carried out by the Friends of Cammo.
    Meet Nick at the front gate on Sunday 16th July at 10:30 a.m.

  • This annual and colourful parade held in Princes Street Gardens is organised by the Jazz and Blues Festival and includes music, dance, costumes, circus acrobats, puppetry from all over the world!

  • Meet MasterChef Winner 2016 Jane Devonshire, Great British Bake Off Judge Prue Leith, Great British Menu Scotland Representative Michael Bremner Michelin starred chefs Brian Grigor and Marcello Tully and acclaimed local culinary talents like Mark Greenaway, Neil Forbes & Fraser Allen as they cook their signature recipes in the Stoves.

    Feast in the Street Food Avenue; learn to bake in the Cake and Bake Theatre; enjoy yoga in the park with Lululemon; indulge in afternoon tea in the Vintage Tea Tent; taste wine, champagne and craft beer in the Drinks Theatre; buy from local producers in the Artisan Market; kids enjoy the Childrens Cookery Theatre; live music on the Success Express Music Stage; enter the Chilli Eating Competition; refreshing cocktails from the Bar Bus and Pimms Teapot and have a fun day out in the VIP area styled by Anthropologie..

  • Building around the buzz of the Edinburgh Festival and the forthcoming Ryder Cup, a new golf event will be held in Edinburgh. Golf in the Park, which will take place at Bruntsfield Short Hole Course on Saturday August 23.

    The event is based around golf’s historical past, but hopes to inspire and encourage people into golf in the future. Terrific prizes will be on offer on the day, including tickets to The Ryder Cup at Gleneagles next month.
    The event will take on a team format, the cost to enter being £100 per team for businesses and £50 for golf clubs.
    Details of times can be found on the website.