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Leicester Riverside Festival
Saturday 4 & Sunday 5 June 2016
Bede Park, Mile Straight, Western Boulevard & Castle Gardens

Leicester Riverside Festival is a lively weekend of activities for the whole family spread across Bede Park, Mile Straight, Western Boulevard and Castle Gardens. Sponsored by local housing provider Riverside, this popular festival offers boat trips, live music, a variety of food stalls from around the world, displays and an exciting choice of activities for all ages, making it a fun packed weekend! 

See full details of the day's events & activities, or view the flyer here

Interested? RSVP and invite your friends on Facebook

Boat Owners

If you are visiting us by boat it would be useful to know in advance by completing the on-line booking form here

Need Further Information?

The festival takes pace from Saturday 4 June from 12noon - 7pm (activities on the park finish at 6pm) and Sunday 5 June from 12noon - 5pm.

For information about how to get to Leicester, see our dedicated travel section.

Bede Park and Castle Gardens are located off Leicester's Western Boulevard just a short walk from the city centre (follow signs to De Montfort University). Free secure bike park on site. View the map of the area here

To visit the festival by bus, telephone Traveline on 0871 200 2233.
To visit the festival by bike, visit leicester.gov.uk/cycling Free secure bike park on site.

Planning on travelling to the festival by boat? Find out more at boat owners information. 

The City Festival is organised by Leicester City Council. For information regarding the organisation of the festival email festivals@leicester.gov.uk or telephone 0116 454 3600.

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>View photographs from Leicester Riverside Festival 2015 on facebook

Decorated boat at Riverside Festival

Heritage

The river boasts beautiful scenery, wildlife and was once the most profitable commercial navigation route in Britain. Explore this treasure in the centre of Leicester.
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