Six magical Thursdays of free music, family entertainment and fireworks will be taking place on Poole Quay from 27 July overlooking the harbour as Dorset’s longest running major summer firework display returns.
Poole Harbour Festival is back for 2017 and this year it promises to be even bigger and better this year with even more amazing food and fantastic music that all the family can enjoy.
Bourne Free is Bournemouth's LGBT Pride Festival and takes place each year to celebrate diversity in our community. Here are the top ten things you need to know to enjoy this year's fabulous festival.
Dorset’s longest running community music festival, Grooves on the Green is back this year with the biggest name ever to top its bill.
The Bournemouth Food and Drink Festival is now underway and we went along for lunch on Sunday 18th June. The Square was packed with stalls selling all manner of tasty food options and there was also a colourful plant and flower stand. Check out our photos below.
The Poole Maritime Festival took place over the weekend 19-21 May 2017 and once the rain stopped the crowds came out for the sprawling event across town.
With some of the most authentic tribute bands and best local artists on the scene, the soundtrack for Poole’s free family Seven Seas Festival is guaranteed all killer no filler!
The marvels of steam will take centre stage as Poole Quay plays host to a bygone era of magnificent miniature steam engines on Saturday 13 May, 10am-5pm.
With SEVEN stages, SEVEN bars, SEVEN global food and music micro-sites based on the SEVEN seas, SEVEN is surely heaven at Poole’s first FREE family-friendly Seven Seas Festival.
The Beer and Bluegrass Festival is back in town for 2017. The festival is a musical celebration of Bluegrass and roots of Bluegrass, featuring some of world’s finest musicians with a Beer and Cider Festival complete with excellent home cooked food.