From Octoberfest celebrations to Apple Day Festivals, Singing performances to Halloween events, there's lots of exciting events happening across Lancashire this weekend.

Check out our list of some of the events taking place across Lancashire this weekend. 

Apple Day Festival

The Annual event is coming back to Chorley this Sunday, where you can expect live music, interesting outdoor activities, local food and drink and of course, apple pressing!

Come down and discover what gardeners do at the ‘pressing’ moment with their apples.

Enjoy some crafts, food and drink and listen to some wonderful local talent for free!

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*EVENT CANCELLED* Octoberfest Holmes Mill 

Holmes Mill is excited to be throwing their own annual Octoberfest event this Sunday 7:30 – 11pm

You can expect live folk music from FLIP, Pilsner steins and bratwurst in the Cotton Room.

Don’t forget your Octoberfest dress up! This is a ticketed event, for more information and to book your tickets visit

To learn more, click here *CANCELLED* 

Oktoberfest Weekend 

Oktoberfest is also back at 1842 this weekend along with sausages, steins, party games, german beers and much more! 

As well as the normal food and cocktail menu there is also a very special Oktoberfest themed menu including stein's of your favourite german beer.

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British Textile Biennial

The British Textile Biennial continue this weekend, a great opportunity for you to witness new artist commissions, exhibitions, and performances. This year, BTB21 turns it’s attention to the global nature of textiles and the relationships they create.

To learn more about some of the events taking place across Lancashire, click here  

John Lydon

Heading to Burnley Mechanics this Friday, John Lydon aka Johnny Rotten is embarking on his UK Tour to talk about how he sees life, along with his unique and extraordinary career and take audience questions during a pyrotechnic, one-off tour.

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World Fireworks Championship Blackpool

This Saturday see’s Germany’s firework display light up the sky in Blackpool’s World Fireworks Championship. Promising a mouth-watering series of shows with jaw-dropping entertainment for all the family, this FREE event is not one to be missed.

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To learn more about some of the exciting free Blackpool events happening this autumn, click here 

Richard and Adam The Greatest Songmen

Richard and Adam are heading to VIVA Blackpool this Friday. Boasting two number one albums, these incredible voices have to be heard to be believed.  Their success on Britain’s Got Talent was followed by their debut album The Impossible Dream, which sold over one million copies.

The boys will captivate you with a night of world-class music performed with flawless technique and robust clarity.

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There's also lots of spooky Halloween events starting this weekend. For a full range of the Halloween events taking place this month click here. 


This weekend is the first weekend of Farmaggedon, a ‘Scream Park’ offering an interactive horror experience for those who dare! The whole park is themed with roaming zombies and spooky creatures of the night.

There are three ineractive scare houses including: Contagion, Meat Locker and The Beast of Terror, plus a paintball experience, Zombie Outlaw.

To learn more click here

Scream Fields Fear Park

Get ready to SCREAM at the North West’s FEAR park ‘Scream Fields’

Starting this Sunday, Scream Fields is running until Halloween. So gather your friends and head for some frightful fun this Halloween.

Enter the park and take on one of our 4 extreme scare mazes; Death House, Deep Rave, Operation B30, Happy Endings.

To learn more visit here

Spooky Fields

Spooky Fields is arriving at Thornton Hall Farm this weekend for the month long spooktastic family fun festival. You can expect a jam packed day full of Halloween adventures, including; Haunted House, Ghost Busting Academy, Merlins Magic Show, Spooky Street Theatre and even Pumpkin Picking.

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The Toy Master’s trick or treat experience

The immersive Trick or Treat experience arrives at Ribby Hall this weekend. Join the team at the Toy Masters Treehouse to begin your treacherous trail around Toyland… but be careful of the surprises lurking along the way.

Pre-booking is essential.

To learn more click here




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