Summer is here, festival season kicks into a higher gear, with musc, food, art, and performance festivals taking place across Yorkshire it's a fantastic time to visit.
31st to 2nd June 2019
Alongside fighting displays and a Roman Living History camp showing domestic life, children will be able to meet Roman soldiers and take part in army drills.
14th to 29th June 2019
Grassington Festival is a lively, vibrant and varied arts and music festival. With an active programme of performance, comedy, visual arts and music featurng all from local villagers to household names.
21st to 30th June 2019
Hebden Bridge Arts Festival is now in its 26th year. We are proud to host a mixture of internationally acclaimed artists, emergent artists, and fantastic local artists.
8th and 9th June 2019
The biggest Tractor Fest in the North. Held at Newby Hall, the two-day festival showcases thousands of vintage tractors, cars, lorries, stationary engines and motorcycles, which is a great day out for all the family.
15th and 16th June 2019
Dales Festival of Food and Drink in Leyburn, a free festival celebrating the very best of Yorkshire produce, cookery theatre and live entertainment.
30th June 2019
The food festival all about promoting local. With a fantstic range of events designed to entertain and educate all ages in a relaxing environment.
8th June 2019
York Pride is the biggest free one day event in York providing our main platform for a celebration of the diversity of the LGBT+ community. The main York Pride Festival is a cross between a chilled village fete and a pop music festival.
6th to 11th June 2019
Sheffield Doc/Fest is a world leading and the UK’s premier documentary festival, celebrating the art and business of documentary and all non-fiction storytelling.
16th June 2019
Yorkshire is hosting a wealth of great family days out with a special focus on dad this Fathers Day.
14th to 16th June 2019
Holmfirth Arts Festival a sparkling programme of music, theatre, comedy, exhibitions, workshops and new commissions, preceded by an extensive community engagement programme.
21st to 23rd June 2018
A fun filled three-day family festival with dragon boat racing on the river and landside attractions for all to enjoy including children’s entertainment, charity stalls, catering stands, landside games, bar, live acts and much, much more.
4th to 16th June 2019
A wide range of inspiring – and mostly free – events. Featuring world-class speakers, exhibitions, theatre, music, films, guided walks, family-friendly activities and much more, our programme offers something for all ages and interests.