Top 5 events in Hull and East Yorkshire this weekend



By Beth Eyre

It’s time for another event packed weekend around Hull and East Yorkshire with loads to do for you and the family. So take a look at these top events that I’ve hand-picked just for you…


Summer Fair Carousel Fairground RideEast Yorkshire Show & Family Fun Day 2016 (Sunday)

For a fun day out in the countryside, make sure you get the family down to Brantingham Park this Sunday. From the circus to pony rides, a classic car show to a farmer’s market, plus food and booze, the kids might not want to leave (and neither will the adults). View the event


Fitness Week Spin Class 2016 Gym 24 Seven HullFree Fitness Festival 2016 (all weekend)

If you’re like me, every year you make the New Year’s Resolution to get yourself to the gym and every year it’s out the window by the 2nd of January, Well fear not. Gym 24 Seven (on the 1st floor of Princes Quay) is fantastically offering free unlimited use of the gym as well as their group fitness sessions. However, you only have until Sunday to try this out so make the most of it and maybe it will stick. I’ll probably see you there! View the event


Acoustic Guitars Country Music Hull 1Hull Folk, Maritime and Minerva Real Ale Festival 2016 (all weekend)

Humber Street is always a hub of culture and authenticity, with something happening every weekend. This weekend is no exception with the Folk, Maritime and Minerva Real Ale Festival. Bustling with free live music and Real Ale, it’s a perfect way to spend the long, summer days. View the event


80s-90s-Indie-Britpop-Band-CollectionMenagerie 2016 (Saturday)

Behold – a night at Fruit solely dedicated to the 1990’s. Indie fans will be in their element with one of Hull’s most iconic alternative venues hosting a range music from – arguably – the most iconic decade for indie music. It’s for ‘one night only’, so get out and embrace Hull’s nightlife, sound-tracked by your favourite pre-millennium alt-artists. View the event


Ice Hockey HullIce Hockey: KC Knights v North East Nomads (Sunday)

Fancy a cool down? The newly formed KC Knights are playing on Sunday and it’s free to watch! Ice Hockey is a unique sport and we are lucky to have it in the heart of our city, amongst our love for other sports like football and rugby, so come along and support your home team. View the event