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The Contemporary Craft Festival was founded in 2003 and is a non-profit making company and we...
In August, the Salcombe Town Regatta will be regaling visitors and local residents alike with a...
You may be surprised to know that Torbay Carnival has been running for over 100 years. It was...
Devon loves nothing better than to celebrate its heritage, music, arts and crafts, which is why you’ll always be able to find fun and interesting things to do and see on your holidays.
Festivals and events are part of West Country life - from small, intimate events to huge, carnival-style gatherings.
In April Exeter welcomes keen foodies to its award-winning Exeter Festival of South West Food and Drink. Thousands gather in the lovely setting of Exeter Castle and Northernhay gardens for a long weekend of fantastic food, drink and entertainment (there's great live music at the After Dark evening events).
May sees the Lord Mayor's Festival in Plymouth. The event welcomes the new Lord Mayor into their role and gives people the opportunity to celebrate this occasion with a packed programme of events including a parade and street entertainment.
The Contemporary Craft Festival and Armed Forces Day are two of June's highlights, and July sees the Mid-Devon Show, where you'll witness a whole host of activities including farm demonstartions, rural crafts, food and drink and entertainment.
Even in the colder months, there’s something to celebrate, making family holidays in Devon perfect at any time of year.
Literature fans will enjoy the chance to meet and chat with high-profile authors at the Budleigh Salterton Literary Festival and Appledore Book Festivals, both of which run in September.
At this time of year there are also lots of food festivals to take in, including Plymouth Seafood Festival, Powderham Food Festival, North Devon Foodfest and Dartmouth Food Festival.
The Tar Barrel Rolling in Ottery St Mary in November is a real Devon experience! Every year on November 5 huge flaming tar barrels are carried through the streets of Ottery St Mary – and thousands turn out to see this quite jaw-dropping spectacle.
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Laugh Out Loud Festival (LOL) brings you an array of comedians from all over the country for a city-wide comedy festival. Expect plenty of stand-up, sketch comedy and open...
The best new films from the world’s most prestigious mountain film festival.
Two unique and entirely different film programmes will feature on the 2017 Tour – the RED...
Cinema & Film
After two successful festivals, the third has been scheduled for March 2017.
The full programme is currently in the planning stage. As in previous years we'll focus on...
Back in March 2017 the third Transition Film Festival in Totnes.
The 2017 Festival will take place on 9-12th March in Totnes, in multiple venues, focusing on positive...
Run by the South Devon Singers, The Teignmouth Classical Music Festival runs over 2 weekends in March and is an opportunity to attend an array of events such as concerts,...
Teignmouth and Shaldon
Teignmouths 4th Poetry Fetival starts Thursday 16th March - Sunday 19th March.
This 4 day event is packed with workshops, readings, debates, competitions and open mic...
Pirate Thursdays are held during the Spring and Summer school holidays where the majority of shenanigans will be held under the Old Fish Market on Brixham harbour side...
It's here - a new festival bringing together some of the biggest names from your favourite genres alongside a handpicked selection of local musical talent. We can't hold back...
More than 5000 young farmers are set to make their way back to Torquay for their Annual Convention in 2017.
The Riviera International Conference Centre is delighted to...
Dawlish and Dawlish Warren
Dawlish Walking Festival 2017
2017 will bring the second Dawlish Walking Festival and will include more than 40 walks.
From 21st April to 1st May 2017 there...
Tucker’s Maltings Beer Festival
“Showcasing the Finest ales of the Southwest’s SIBA members.”
(awaiting further details)
The Bikers Make a Difference (BMAD) Festival was started in 2002 by a group of bikers who decided to arrange a social event on the beach and raise money for local charities....
Toby Buckland’s Garden Festival at Powderham Castle, near Exeter in Devon, returns for a fourth year on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th April 2017. Known for its friendly...
The Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink has announced a top line up of talented performers for its After Dark Music Festivals, across the three evenings of the May...
The hugely popular After Dark Music Festivals will take place over the Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink weekend, located in the Exeter Castle Courtyard. Exeter...
Dates for Exeter Festival of South West Food & Drink 2017 have been announced which sees the event move to the Early May Bank Holiday. The award winning food and drink...
A swashbuckling mix of piratical fun and entertainment! The Brixham Pirate Festival is an annual gathering of the worlds most infamous pirates and lowly scallywags.
Salcombe Crabfest is a celebration of crab and all things seafood.
The 2016 took place on Sunday 1st May 2016, opened by the 'Queen of Cake's' Mary Berry (CBE).
The annual three day Dart Music Festival will be in its 20th year. The event will be held from Friday 12th to Sunday 14th May 2017 in the port and town of Dartmouth, at the...
EXCITING plans are being made for Exeter Pride on Saturday, May 13, 2017.
It will be the biggest free celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+)...