Our What’s On guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events in Scotland this weekend and in the coming week
Crail Food Festival
The village of Crail turns into Fife’s food paradise across Saturday, June 10, and Sunday, June 11. A £6 day ticket to Crail Food Festival gains you access to all the demonstration tents, harbour market, and music events.
Meet The Potters
Potfest at the Palace is on from Friday, June 9, to Sunday, June 11, at Scone Palace for the chance to meet the best creatives in clay making, see them in action, and buy some pieces to take home.
Head over to Brodick on Arran for the annual Arran Folk Festival, June 9-11. Expect traditional sessions, concerts and ceilidhs, with new fiddle and music-writing workshops this year.
Wine And Dine Aussie Style
Visitors to Edinburgh’s Seasons Restaurant on Sunday, June 11, can enjoy a five-course seasonal tasting menu paired with a selection from one of Australia’s oldest family-owned wineries – delicious!
The Edinburgh Festival of Cycling is one of the top cycling events in Europe! Until Sunday, June 18, you can catch rides, races, family events, and talks in the extensive programme.
The 2017 UK tour of Zippo’s Circus comes north of the border on Tuesday, June 13, to Glasgow’s Queen’s Park. It’s the first of eleven Scottish locations over the next month – click here for the full list.
Borders Book Fest
A highlight of the literary calendar, the Borders Book Festival hosts big-name speakers, books signings and great competitions. Pick up our June issue for an interview with organiser Alistair Moffat, and head down to Harmony Gardens in Melrose from Thursday June 15.
It’s your last chance to catch the Glasgow Science Festival before the test tubes and safety goggles are packed away on June 18 for another year. Hands-on activities, film screenings, and talks.