Following the pandemic and no events, Falkland is back with a bang, from an animal park corner, demonstrations, food, drink, stalls, a zoo...and even a tank there is something for everyone
The main part of the festival day runs from 12noon - 5pm, then a kids party until 6:30pm, then join us for a post-covid party until midnight.
The traditional festival activities are still there, including the retung of the Falkland Hill Run (to the top of East Lomond and back down), but so much more has been added, including a campsite so you can enjoy the day and stay the night.
Note that this event is primarily free, the only things you need a ticket for are the post-covid party and for camping, which you can book through our website link.
For anything else please just show up, although if you have any questions you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
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