Events Scotland: The Cannae Miss List, June 28 – July 5

Our What’s On events Scotland guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events this weekend and in the coming week


Ice Age: The Lost Kingdom

Rouken Glen Park, Glasgow, June 28 – July 14

Over 40 prehistoric animals – from woolly mammoths to dire wolves – will take over Glasgow this summer, as Europe’s first ever animatronic Ice Age experience descends on Glasgow’s Rouken Glen Park. It’s a great day out for the whole family, and with fossil ‘excavations’ and a mini cinema, kids will be entertained all day.

More info here


Gourmet Weekend

Knockinaam Lodge, Portpatrick, June 28

Two-day break with Tony Pierce, featurig wine tastings, gourmet dinners with paired wines and cookery demonstrations.

More info here


Isle Of Gigha Music Festival

Isle of Gigha, June 29-30

Scotland’s smallest music festival offering ceilidhs, concerts, workshops and a beach picnic.

More info here


Fairy Day

Belwade Farm, Aboyne, June 30

A fairy-themed day filled with activities for the entire family. To take part, email

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Paws At The Palace

Scone Palace, Perth, June 30

A day of games, parades and classes for dogs and their owners to enjoy.

More info here


Electric Fields 

Drumlanrig Castle, Hornhill, July 5-8

Stunning music in the grounds of Drumlanrig Castle, provided by Frightened Rabbit, Dizzee Rescal and many more.

More info here


Wildflower Identification

Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, June 29

An illustrated guide to native wildflowers, plus a hands-on workshop to learn basic skills.

More info here



Make sure to double-check event websites and weather warnings before travelling.

For more events around Scotland, pick up a copy of our July issue!

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