Events in Inverness July 2021

Finally, it feels like there is room to breathe in Inverness once more and with COVID on the retreat and restrictions easing to allow Live events, we can poke our wee heads out of the blanket and have a good swatch at the good things to do in Inverness in July.

So, if you fancy getting out and about in a responsible manner with Inverness Taxis, here are some of the best events in Inverness during July:

The Clay Studio Summer Programme

Monday, June 28th – Aug 13th

The Clay Studio has announced their Summer Programme for the ‘Summer of Hope’, as they are calling it!

This is a Free 5-day event for children & young people to attend, featuring a really exciting and rich schedule delivering a mix of gardening skills, hands-on music, art, Circus Skills, Special FX makeup, bushcraft and more great things to do with kids in Inverness.

Book through their Facebook page or on their website:

Eden Court Under Canvas

July 1st – 30th September

Under Canvas is back! Eden Court’s outdoor summer-long festival returns with 3 months of live music, performance, kids events, and DJ sets on their front lawn. There will be a bar serving pizzas, local beers, spirits, and we hear there may be a cheeky cocktail or two on the go too!

You’ll need to book tickets for all events due to that dastardly COVID-19 and be aware that tickets are £5 a pop when booking, but you’ll have that deposit discounted from your bill before you leave!

The Inverness Festival’s July programme looks like this:

Poetry Open Mic Night – The Bike Shed

Friday, July 2nd

Wax lyrical every Friday night at the Bike Shed’s weekly poetry event. Open from 5:30pm, poetry starts at 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

Whether you’re an established poet, are new to the scene or just want to soak up the atmosphere and have a wee blether in between acts, everyone is welcome.

Capers in Cannich

Friday 9th to 12th July

Friday 23rd to 26th July

Capers in Cannich continues this month and has dates right the way through to September!

Given the crown as the “First Live Music Festival After Lockdown”, Capers in Cannich is an exclusive outdoor glamping festival northwest of Inverness, with live music, a fully licensed bar and a pop-up restaurant.

The experience is all about being able to relax, catch up with a small bubble of friends or family whilst observing guidelines, enjoying great food, a few drinks and enjoying the live entertainment.

Enjoy LIVE music, great local food, hang out with the animals on the farm, and even fit in a wee bit of yoga to blow away the excesses of the night before jigging to the great bands throughout the weekend.

The lineups for the July dates look like this:

9th July – 12th July

Tom McGuire & The Brassholes | Talisk | Wrest | Cameron Barnes | Connor Fyfe | Totally Tina | Ciaran Cooney | Forgetting the Future | Longstay

23rd – 26th July

Shooglenifty | Bombskare | Rant | Abigail Pryde | Calum Jones | Mayah Herlihy | John Rush | Cala

There are 2- and 3-day glamping tickets available as well as day tickets for those not looking to stay over in one of their fabulous bell tents.

Buy your tickets here.

Atholl and Blair Castle

16th July

The Three Inch Fools Outdoor Theatre 🎭

Merry Wives of Windsor

Buy your tickets here!

That’s just a taste of what’s to come in July in the Inverness area. There’s plenty of opportunities to get out and about Inverness so if you need transport in the Inverness area, remember to book your safe and secure Inverness cab from Inverness Taxis on 01463222222 or download the Inverness Taxi app now for even convenience when booking a taxi near me! 

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