Top 5 Things To Do This June In South Devon
It’s hotting up at our holiday parks and along with the jam-packed entertainment programme we have lined up for you this June, there’s also plenty going on around Torbay and South Devon.
Check out our top 5 picks of what not to miss in the English Riviera this month.
1. Soul and Motown Break – 16 – 19 June
Calling all soul brothers and sisters…
Get into the groove this June and join us for our Soul & Motown Break packed with first class tribute acts and top bands including the American Four Tops.
Our Entertainment Team will take you on a journey aboard the Beverley soul train in their live shows and they’ll be plenty more Soul and Motown themed fun to be had by all.
Check out our trailer below and come and celebrate this classic era of music at Beverley.
2. Occombe Beer Festival – 16 – 17 June
Now in its 12th year, the ever-popular Occombe Beer Festival provides 2 days of live music, locally produced food and a huge selection of ales.
All profits go to the Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust and for more information or to book tickets visit the Occombe Beer Festival website.
3. Torbay Half Marathon – 25 June
Hundreds of people will take to the streets of Torbay on June 25 for the 26th Torbay Half Marathon. The 13.1-mile route starts on Paignton seafront before heading to Torquay and back again.
If you’re feeling brave, there’s still time to enter or if not then come and show your support for the runners by cheering them on.
For more information or to enter visit the Torbay Half Marathon website.
4. Brixham Trawler Race – 17 June
Brixham Trawler Race is an annual spectacle where boats dressed with bunting race two laps around the Bay. Plus, the after party on the quayside is fun for the whole family and raises stacks of cash for local charities.
5. BMAD Bike Nights – 7 June – 27 September
This June sees the return of BMAD Bike Nights to Paignton seafront, taking place every Wednesday evening between June and the end of September.
As well as being a place for bike enthusiasts to gather, the event also attracts locals and holidaymakers alike keen to enjoy the huge gathering of motorcycles.
For more information visit the BMAD website.