What’s on in Brighton in September
If you haven't yet marveled at the wonders of the World, immortalised in sand at the Brighton Sand Sculpture Festival, then this is your last chance. The summer isn't quite yet over and September brings a wide ranging variety of events throughout the city to keep you busy. From the finest food to the best of all things digital, The Tour of Britain cyclists and music festivals, there's loads to do.
Brighton Digital Festival 1st to 28th September
Brighton is also known for its digital businesses and the Brighton Digital Festival mixes the city’s arts with the digital sector, to produce a range of events, exhibitions, performance and activities that inspire.
Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Festival – 4th to 14th September
Running for ten days to celebrate the Autumn Harvest the Brighton & Hove Food & Drink Festival, show casing the fantastic food, drink and produce from around Sussex. With a range of events around Brighton including; Markets, Wine & Campaign Festival, Beer & Cider Festival, live food shows and much more – it’s a real tasty treat. http://brightonfoodfestival.com/events/
Holistic & Mystic Fair 2014, Hove Town Hall – 7th September
Free your mind, body and soul as the Holistic and Mystic Fair returns to Hove’s Town Hall. The ethos of the fair is simple, to provide a safe environment for the general public to receive honest information and advice. Exhibitors are hand selected and invited to attend the fair, so only the best therapists, retailers and psychics are on offer. As always, there will be loads to see and experience. If you are interested in or have ever been tempted by alternative therapies or spiritual well being then this is the place for you.
Brighton Makers Faire, Brighton Dome – 6th September
The Brighton Makers Faire is not your box standard arts and crafts faire, in fact far from it. With over 7,000 visitors embracing the do-it-yourself spirit and trying the hands on stalls and making sessions which are suitable for all ages. From arts and crafts, to engineering, technology, DIY, and from the normal to the bazaar the faire is literally full of wonders.
The Tour of Britain, Madeira Drive – 13th September
For the first time, The Tour of Britain peddles into Sussex. Stage 7 starts in Surrey, passes through Eastbourne and Lewes before the cyclists head for the finish line in Madeira Drive. This stage of Britain’s premier cycle race usually decides the winner being the penultimate section. Come and cheer on the biggest names in cycling as the complete their 226km slog.
Sussex Wedding Fair, Brighton Metropole – 14th September
With over 60 exhibitors the Sussex Wedding Fair is set be one of the largest wedding exhibitions. With the latest wedding fashion trends on display, fashion shows, a wide selection of wedding services there is something for every bride, groom, bridesmaids and mother of the bride.
Ace Cafe Reunion, Marine Parade – 14th September
August Bank Holiday weekend saw the MOD’s along Marine Parade, now it’s the turn of the Rockers. Since 1996 this biker day has seen riders from all over the south come together for a grand day out. With stands, stunt displays, music and special guests, it’s the perfect way to spend some time by the beach.
Brighton Art Fair 2014, Brighton Dome – 26th to 28th September
Bringing together some of the best contemporary artists for a visual celebration. Now in its 11th year, the fair will be better than ever with exciting, fresh and exceptional artwork. Artists, photographers and makers will be there to talk about and sell their works.
Breakout Festival, Brighton Racecourse – 27th September
Brighton Rocks with its first heavy rock festival. With over 30 bands, playing across 3 stages, the festivals aim is to help aspiring musicians enabling them to play alongside headline acts such as Funeral for a Friend. A ferstival designed by music lovers for lovers, set in the unique surroundings overlooking Brighton’s seafront, it’s the ideal way to see out the summer.
Apple Day, Stanmer Park – 28th September
Keep the doctor away, with a visit to the annual Apple Day in the beautiful Stanmer Park. With Apples as the star attraction, this family fun day features an array of apple themed events and attractions from cookery lessons, children’s activities and orchard tours through to tasting, drinking and enjoying.
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