What’s on Devon… June!

As our days get warmer and lighter (finally!), there are plenty of activities to enjoy outdoors in Devon in June! Keep reading to find out our top events this month in the warm up to Summer!

Torbay Airshow 2019

1st June – 2nd June

Kick-starting the UK’s Airshow season, Torbay Airshow is back for another memorable year, as the best military and civilian display teams showcase an incredible air display programme, featuring the most famous plane of World War Two, the Spitfire,  to a modern classic, the RAF Red Arrows.

You’ll be able to catch the Airshow by looking into the skies from either Paignton or Torquay!

On Saturday, 1st June the display programme will be running from 2pm-5.30pm.

On Sunday, 2nd June the display programme will be running from 11:30am-3pm.

An event marveled by all ages, make sure you don’t miss the 2019 Airshow!



5th-8th June

We hope you've packed your dancing shoes, as we finally welcome festival season, and what better way to kick it off than MTV Music Week returning to Britain’s Ocean City. Following on from the success of MTV Crashes Plymouth and MTV Presents Ocean City Sounds, the week has a timetable jam-packed with live music events from some of the UK’s most talented artists, as well as workshops and talks!

So whether you want to get a front-row seat or just to soak up the atmosphere, head down to Plymouth!


Occombe Fesitval

14th-15th June

You might want to keep your dancing shoes on for this one… as Occombe Festival is back for another fantastic year! Whether you want to sample a plethora of over 40 beers and ciders, feast on delicious local produce, or dance the night away with an array of live acts, then Occombe Festival is for you!

Friday 14th June 2019 gates open from 4pm – 11 pm

Saturday 15th June 2019 gates open from 12pm – 11pm

Not to be missed!

Find out more information here: https://occombefestival.co.uk/


Fathers Day 2019

16th June

Taking place on the third Sunday of the month, Father’s Day in the UK is on the 16th June. It is believed the Father’s Day we are custom to today originated in 1908 on July 5th in Fairmont, West Virginia, when Grace Golden Clayton mourned the loss of her father who tragically died in the Monongah Mining Disaster, which killed 361 men, 250 of them fathers.

Today, we celebrate our fathers who may be near or far. So why not celebrate your loved ones today, no matter how far away they may be.


Shaldon Festival

20th-23rd June

Celebrations are in order for Shaldon Festival as it celebrates its 30th Classical Music Festival this year at St Peter’s Church! Inspired by Eileen Croxford Parkhouse, cellist wife of David Parkhouse, the festival began in 1990 as a memorial concert to celebrate her husband, an internationally renowned concert pianist, who was born in Teignmouth!

Find out more here: https://www.visitdevon.co.uk/whats-on/shaldon-festival-p2597633