Summer is here and Hull is getting ready for its most prominent month of showcasing our local talent. With annual summer staples, alongside new activities you may not have heard about before, August is jam-packed with things to do. Here’s a low-down we put together for you:
Although this year Humber Street is having a bit of maintenance, the hosts have reassured that the show will go on (just on other parts of the Marina). Humber St. Sesh is a must for anyone looking for good music, as well as quirky entertainment and lots of street food and drinks. Make sure you get down!
Find out more here.
Find more information here.
Who needs Glastonbury when you’ve got Trib Fest right on your doorstep? Although it’s tribute bands, you couldn’t get closer to the real thing. It’s fun, it’s cheap and I can guarantee you’ll be singing and dancing all night. Plus, on its 10th year anniversary, the Trib Fest organisers know what they’re doing.
For more about this event and ticket information, click here.
Princes Quay play days is running throughout August. Summer shopping can be stressful, not to mention if you have kids who don’t like the sport as much as you do. Mostly, it’s free and a lifesaver for when you want to take a few minutes out or as a reward for your kids after dragging them around Princes Quay all morning!
More about this can be found here.
The long-awaited Freedom Fest is back. It’s a highlight of Hull’s summer calendar, and if you’ve ever been before, you’ll know why. The festival offers unprecedented entertainment and art work, complimented by 1st class international, national and local musical talent. It’s free to enter – you’d be a fool not to stop by.
Information can be found here.
Hull’s brilliant comedy scene is still present during August, so why not give some events a go? Choose from Laugh Out Loud @ Comedy Club, Comedy Warehouse or perhaps the Cabaret is more your thing. Or you could go to them all.
And it doesn’t stop there. Click here to check out even more events going on this August.