There's lots to do this weekend in Lancashire, whether you are looking for somewhere to watch the Eurovision Song Contest, starting festival season by attending Highest Point Festival or looking to try something new, there's something for everybody to enjoy in Lancashire this weekend.

Eurovision Craft Workshop
The Atkinson

Get creative in the Art Box with some Eurovision Song Contest themed crafts. There’s something for all ages, with all materials supplied for free. Drop in any time this Saturday between 11 and 3pm.

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Eurovision Fan Zone at Blackpool Pleasure Beach
Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Join a night of fun and games in the Eurovision Fan Zone this weekend. Watch the big night on the big screen as you cheer on your table’s country as the hosts guide you through the evening’s entertainment. You won’t want to miss the best party in town!

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Eurovision Song Contest Party
Viva Blackpool

To celebrate the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest being hosted in Liverpool this year, VIVA Blackpool will be hosting a Eurovision party this weekend so you can come and support your country in style. Not only will you be able to watch the Eurovision Song Contest live on the indoor screen, but the night will also be hosted by the legend of the north ‘Miss Rory’ who will guarantee to create the perfect Eurovision experience.

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Painting Padiham
Storm Art Gallery, Burnley Road, Padiham

The brilliant and popular Painting Padiham 2023 event returns this Saturday. Artists will be able to compete for cash prizes by creating an original piece of art depicting Padiham and its people.

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The Lancashire Hotpots: Good Times Tour
The Muni Theatre

Get ready for good times with The Lancashire Hotpots as they give you a fun filled evening packed with silly songs and the humour that’s made them famous throughout the land.

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Ormskirk Medieval Festival 
Corporation Park

Experience the sights, smells, sounds and tastes of West Lancashire 900 years ago, as living history reenactors Historia Normannis take you on a journey back through time at the fantastic Ormskirk Medieval Festival at Coronation Park. The FREE two-day event returns on Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 May with 12th century re-enactment group Historia Normannis taking visitors on a journey through time to experience everyday life in Norman England. 

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Garstang Walking Festival

It’s the final few days of the Garstang Walking Festival this weekend. Explore Garstang, rural and coastal Wyre and the Forest of Bowland countryside. With over 40 walks for all ages and abilities, the festival is the perfect chance to experience the best of springtime in the countryside.

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Highest Point Festival
Williamson Park

The award-winning Highest Point Festival returns to the glorious Williamson Park this week when headliners Anne- Marie, Bastille and Hacienda Classical and many others will be taking to the stage. In addition to the musical acts, there’ll be stand-up comedy shows, live poetry recitals, ‘in conversation’ panels and even things to do for the younger festival-goers.

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That's not all, stay up to date with all the exciting events happening in Lancashire this spring in our latest events guide, available to view here. 




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