Enjoy a weekend of fun at Foxlake Outdoor Festival
Looking for a fun way to spend your weekend?
Why not head down to Dunbar for the Foxlake Outdoor Festival on 20-21 May?
Set within the beautiful surroundings of Foxlake Adventures, Dunbar, the event returns bigger and better this year. Not only is there an exciting line-up of music and comedy performances for all the family, but there's also the new Adrenaline Arena.
Trains take less than 30 minutes from Edinburgh to Dunbar and free shuttle buses will take you from the station to the event.
Kids Go Free!
Tickets to the event cost £17 per adult per day, or £30 for the weekend. Under-16s get free entry to the event. Plus, with our Kids Go Free ticket, up to two children travel FREE with each adult. It's the perfect family day out!
What to expect?
An array of adrenaline activities including a huge free fall stunt bag and a high climbing wall. There will be an activities zone with an inflatable village filled with bouncy castles, sumo wrestling suits and much more.
The Clan Scotland Cycle Stunt Team will be performing stunt shows throughout the weekend. Plus, the Industry Pro Wakeboard Tour Event will return bringing some of the most talented wake boarders from across the world to compete. This is the perfect opportunity to enjoy and watch the thrills of professional wakeboarding.
Have a laugh…
Performing throughout the weekend will be a selection of Britain’s finest comedians including Des Clarke, Tom Stade, Darren Connell and loads more quality acts.
A song and dance…
The Decades Music Stage will feature everyone’s favourite tribute bands celebrating the last 60 years of music. There will be a talented line-up of East Lothian’s finest local musicians including tribute acts by Abba A Rival, Take This, Durananduran,), Little Fix, Status No, Eltan John, George Michaels, and much more.
Fancy heading along? Get more details on the festival and how to buy event tickets here.
Train services run from Edinburgh to Dunbar, taking around 30 minutes and shuttle buses will run from the station to the event.