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June Inspiration

Here's to more great savings and days out with your Railcard...


This month

West End LIVE

On 24 & 25 June West End LIVE will take over Trafalgar Square. Performers from top West End shows including Dreamgirls, Aladdin and Wicked will take to the stage at Trafalgar Square for a weekend of free entertainment.

Edinburgh International Film Festival

From 21 June - 2 July the festival will show a range of movies from past favourites to premiere screenings at a host of venues across the Scottish capital.

Mersey River Festival

The maritime extravaganza will take place along the waterfront from 24-25 June with some great displays and performances planned.

Trooping the Colour

17 June 2017
Royal celebrations for the in the capital will include the parade and fly-past by the Royal Air Force.

Royal things to do

From royal gardens to castles, there's lots to see and do. Trooping the Colour.

 


2FOR1 Picks

Get 2FOR1 entry with a Days Out Guide voucher when you travel by train with a friend!

  1. The British Museum - Hokusai: beyond the Great Wave
  2. The Original Tour London Sightseeing
  3. Kew Gardens
  4. Showstopper! The Improvised Musical
  5. Chessington World of Adventures Resort

Music Festivals

Festival season has kicked off and here are some of the best to check out this month:

Isle of Wight

8-11 June

Perfomers will include David Guetta, Bastille and Run DMC.

M.I.A's Meltdown

9-18 June

10 days of one-off gigs, outdoor parties, art, talks and free events curated by M.I.A.

WILDLIFE

9-10 June

With a line-up filled with stars from Stormzy and Dizzee Rascal to Jess Glynne and Zara Larsson you can expect a non-stop party at Brighton City Airport.

Electric Beach Festival

16 June

 

A variety of musical acts, including Badly Drawn Boy, will come together for the UK's greatest beach party.

Wildfire Festival

23-25 June

One of the must-see rock events will come to the magnificent grounds of Wiston Lodge in Scotland.

Other notable festivals this month include Glastonbury, Download and Parklife.


Travelling to a festival by train can be cheaper and easier - many festivals have shuttle buses running to and from train stations nearby.


 

  • Did you know as a Railcard holder you also get 1/3 off day ticket prices for unlimited bus and tram travel for your to or from station destination? Ideal for exploring on days out. Simply buy along with your train ticket at a station or online. For more details and T&C’s click here
  • Check out some fantastic 2FOR1 offers across Great Britain available when you travel by rail at daysoutguide.co.uk
  • Plan your journey at National Rail Enquiries