The Edinburgh Climate Festival is a free, family friendly and community-led event taking place for the first time in the Meadows on Saturday 6th July. It aims at celebrating and inspiring climate action. Featuring live music, performances, stalls, kids’ and adults’ activities, and loads more, this is not to be missed!
Highlights of the festival include:
- Main stage live music and dance
- Outstanding guest speakers
- Family/Kids area
- Market and food stalls
- Upcycling workshops
- Face painting, henna painting etc.
- Storytelling and arts and crafts
- Cycle ride
- Free clothes repairs
- Free bike repairs
- Electric bike trials
- Big swap shop – bring along your clothes and books to swap!
Lineup and more to come soon along the themes of low carbon food, travel, energy and zero waste.
Stall Holder applications for the Edinburgh Climate Festival 2019 are live! Please email email@example.com to apply for your place to the festival.
If you would like to apply for a food stall please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a separate application form.
Apply to perform on the Edinburgh Climate Festival 2019 Main Stage. Spaces are still available.
If your band/artist would like the chance to play on the main stage at the Edinburgh Climate Festival 2019, please email email@example.com by 10th June.
The Edinburgh Climate Festival is organised by Edinburgh and Lothians Regional Equality Council (ELREC), The welcoming Edinburgh, NKS, SCOREscotland, Leith Community Crops in Pots. The festival is supported by the Climate Challenge Fund and The National Lottery Community Fund Scotland.
Activities, workshops and stalls from Home Energy Scotland, Remode Collective, SHRUB Coop, Food Sharing Edinburgh, CEMVO Scotland, RSPB Scotland, Edinburgh Real Nappy Community, Climate Challenge Fund, The Edinburgh Remakery, The Bike Station Edinburgh, IntelliDigest Ltd. Croft Carbon College, Greening Our Street, Woodland Wheels Cycles, Granton Goes Greener, PeachyKeen, Foresty and Land Scotland, Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative and many others!
The open day is a public event and photographs and films will be taken for use for marketing uses.