It’s new; it’s exciting, its outdoors and it’s coming to Scotland in 2018! The all-new MCN Scottish Festival takes place at the Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh on 21st and 22nd July 2018.
The two day event will bring together the best of biking plus a whole host of live entertainment and tribute bands to rock you through the weekend. Backed by the world’s biggest weekly motorcycle newspaper, the MCN Scottish Festival invites motorcycle enthusiasts to: BRING YOUR EARPLUGS – See and hear some of motorcycling’s historic race bikes as they are fired up and brought to life around the famous Ingliston circuit Scotland’s oldest surviving racing circuit DROOL AT THE METAL – Display of Iconic race bikes and the most important and influential road bikes BAG A BARGAIN – The massive retail zone offers bargains on clothing and accessories alongside new and exclusive products.
CAMP FOR THE WEEKEND – make the most of tribute bands and party! Come for the day, or camp for the weekend, just make sure you are part of it. There will be something for everyone!
Live acts already confirmed include the infamous Purple Helmets and Stunt Bike hero Kevin Carmichael. Visit www.mcnscottishfestival.com for more information.
Under 12’s Go Free at this event and do not require a ticket
Single Day Adult Ticket: GBP 15.00
Weekend Camping Ticket: GBP 40.00
Category: Sports / Leisure
Time: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Come and celebrate our 20th birthday with us! An afternoon of fun and adventure for all of the family:
– Family challenge, Mini Highland Games, Lazer Tag, Circus skills, cycling activities, Spike Island (swimming pool), bouncy castle, face painting, fancy dress competition, stalls, food & drink & lots more!
Scotland’s leading developer of street arts, Surge, presents a line up of extraordinary and memorable street theatre acts, let loose on the public throughout the Merchant City Festival weekend, part of Festival 2018.
SURGE runs projects to develop street arts, physical theatre and circus in Scotland. We work with artists, performance companies and educators at all levels of experience.
This year’s annual SURGE festival brings new Scottish work and cutting edge international performances to the streets of Glasgow, including a band on bicycles, apocalyptic horsemen and a demonic puppet baby!