We thought you might be interested in knowing what’s going on in and around Leeds this weekend, so we’ve put together a small round-up of the main events going on across the city.
Far Headingley Beer Festival is back this weekend from 11am-11pm at St Chad’s Parish Centre. You’ll find beer from breweries from up and down the country, but if you’re more of a bottle fan, there will be international lagers from Belgium, bottles of cider, a prosecco tent and also non-alcoholic choices too! Tickets are £10 on the door and include 4 drinks vouchers.
Leeds Yoga and Wellness Festival at Yoga Hero is making a return this weekend for its 4th year in a row. Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or a complete beginner, there will be classes for all abilities, including a self-massage workshop, mindful eating, mindful movement, blindfolded yoga, yoga nidra, nutritionist talks and much more! General Store and North Star Coffee Shop are providing the food and drink for the occasion so don’t give this one a miss! You can book tickets from the Yoga Hero website.
Seafood and Wine Festival at Water Lane Boathouse is taking place this weekend to celebrate all things fishy! Some of Leeds’ favourite street food traders, including Yakumama, Shanty Town, Ox Club and Holy Crab will be cooking and serving up some of the finest British seafood alongside some natural wines from Wayward Wine Shop.
Leeds Waterfront Festival is spread across Granary Wharf, Brewery Wharf and Leeds Dock, keeping you entertained all day along the canal. From 10am-4pm both days you can expect water-based activities, a climbing wall, music and entertainment, heritage boats, dragon boat races and the northern heats of the British Street Food Awards 2018!
Have you ever wondered what happened to the Kray twins? CluedUpp are hosting a Leeds Murder Mystery Day in the city centre based on the demise of the UK’s most notorious gangsters. Have you got what it takes to find out who killed Reggie and Ronnie? Tickets are £5pp and the day requires a team of 6.
If you’re into your beer then check out ‘Beer: A History of Brewing and Drinking’; the latest exhibition at Temple Newsam which follows the history of beer throughout the 18th Century.