Attracting cycling aficionados from around the world, the popular Taiwan Cycling Festival will be held this year between 8 to 16 November.
When the Chiltern beech woods around Henley on Thames blaze with colour as their leaves turn to red, deep brown and gold it signifies autumn's arrival.
The sixth edition of Gibraltar’s Charity Cardboard Boat Race took place in Ocean Village Marina on Saturday 23 August. Main organisers William Tilley Lodge RAOB, entrants and spectators all agreed it was a vintage year.
Enjoy outstanding cuisine – using fresh, local produce – from as little as £10 per head at Jersey’s annual Tennerfest, taking place between 1 October and 11 November.
From 3rd-9th September the annual Taste Guernsey Festival will showcase the best of the Channel Island's unique local produce in a week of dedicated gastronomic events from pop ups to food themed walks and demos from top Chefs.
More than 100,000 friendly invaders will be transported back in time to the Great Days of Sail at the end of the month as an ancient Cornish port hosts one of this year's world-great maritime events – the Falmouth to Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta.
The phrase ‘book early to avoid disappointment’ really does apply to fans planning to visit the biggest country music event in the US, the Nashville CMA Music Festival 2015 and the ultimate experience for country music fans.
This August Edinburgh Festival favourite, the pop-up Pommery Champagne Cafe Bar, returns to the Royal Mile as the most glamorous place to soak up the world-renowned carnival atmosphere.
One of Taiwan's hotly awaited annual festivals is fast approaching. The Sun Moon Lake International Fireworks and Music Festival will be held from 17 October to 9 November 2014.
Tom Cruise and Patrick Swayze have proved superstar soaraways in Stamford – with movie tickets for Top Gun and Dirty Dancing a sell-out at this summer’s Burghley Film Festival.
September may mark the traditional end of the Scottish summer, but a new Outer Hebrides festival planned for the month means that it’s never too late to plan an island break ... all hail Hebtember!
Visitors to Exmoor this summer can look forward to a host of events encompassing all kinds of festivals, fairs and fun together with a mix of entertaining and quirky days out that are totally unique to the area.
With less than four weeks to go, the Warwick Folk Festival is gearing up for its most successful Festival yet. The Festival, which will celebrate its 35th year, takes place from Thursday 24 - Sunday 27 July at Warwick School.
Yukoners are a lively bunch and like to keep active year-round so it's not surprising that the Yukon calendar of events is bursting with festivals and special events. Any time more than two Yukoners get together, it's a party, so just imagine the possibilities for a good time.
Break out the waterproofs, dust off your onesies and Wellingtons – festival season is upon us and it appears many over 50s have their sights set on loud music in a muddy field.
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