Terminal V Halloween 2018

What's on this weekend

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There's tonnes of spook-tacular fun going on this Halloween weekend including Scotland's biggest party, intimate live gigs in the West End and charitable fun for all the family.

Terminal V Halloween 2018 | Saturday 27 October

Terminal V Halloween 2018

The likes of George Fitzgerald, The Black Madonna and Eats Everything are joining a superstar line-up for an all-day extravaganza as the UK's biggest Halloween Electronic music event comes to the Royal Highland Centre this weekend.

Want in?

We've got a pair of VIP tickets to give away to the party! Simply head over to our Facebook and comment on the competition post to win. 

Don't want to miss out? Tickets for Terminal V Halloween 2018 are available at skiddle.com

Sheila Fleet 'Meet the Designer' | 25 October - 28 October 

Sheila Fleet Autumn Collection

View Scottish jewellery-designer Sheila Fleet's beautiful new Autumn designs at her Stockbridge boutique shop on St Stephen Street this weekend. i-on readers are invited along for a sneak peek and a 10% Loyalty Discount on all Sheila’s silver, gold, platinum and diamond jewellery making it the ideal opportunity for some early Christmas shopping.

For more information visit sheilafleet.com 

Alive in the West End | 26 - 28 October

Alive in the West End

16 venues, 28 bands and 29 gigs across Edinburgh's West End venues featuring eclectic performers and musicians in a series of intimate, free events. Look out for Edinburgh rock/pop duo, Bleeker in Indigo Yard on Saturday 27th and 12 concerts in the dramatic vaulted hall of Ghillie Dhu .

More info on Alive in the West End at https://www.facebook.com/EdinWestEnd

Capital Sci-Fi Con Halloween Parties | Sunday 28 October

Capital Sci-Fi Con Halloween Party

Join Capital Sci-Fi Con at The Edinburgh Corn Exchange on 28 October for a Halloween celebration that's fun for the whole family. All profits from the two spooktacular events will be donated to Children’s Hospice Across Scotland (CHAS).

Admission for the Children’s Party is £5 for adults and £6 for children. Tickets for the adult party are £8 and you must be 18 or older to purchase.

To find out more about Capital Sci-Fi Con’s Halloween Party and buy tickets, visit http://www.capitalscificon.co.uk

Looking ahead to Cocktails in the City | 09 - 10 November

Cocktails in the City

Like one big party under one roof, Cocktails in the City at The Hub brings together the city’s best mixologists competing to be crowned best cocktail bar. You'll want to leave the car at home as there's plenty to sample including signature cocktails created especially for the event by the city's best bars including Juniper Bar, Hoot The Redeemer and Nightcap, as well as the chance to try three handpicked craft spirits at the Tasting Rooms hosted by 31Dover.com.

Tickets cost £12* and can be purchased at cocktailsinthecity.com

Terminal V / Sheila Fleet / cocktails in the city

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