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The best spots to watch the Virgin Money Fireworks Concert

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The long Bank Holiday weekend and Edinburgh's summer of festivals will be brought to an epic close with the Virgin Money Fireworks Concert masterpiece on Monday 27 August. See it out with a bang at one of these hot spots.

The Tower

The Tower

For unrivaled views head to the rooftop terrace of The Tower. There you can sip on something from the seasonal cocktail menu or extensive wine list or make a night of it and stay for dinner with three courses for just £38 per person.

tower-restaurant.com. Book your space here.


Celebrate the end of Edinburgh’s summer festival season properly with a limited edition Festival themed cocktail, £5, in the cocktail lounge at Dine. There's also tables for early dining so you don't miss a minute of the action set for 9pm.

dineedinburgh.co.uk. Book here or Tel: 0131 218 1818.

Twenty Princes Street

Grab a front row seat at Twenty Princes Street and settle in for a delicious dining experience. For just £39.50 you'll enjoy a four-course dinner with an interval at 9pm to watch the fireworks outside or from their huge picture windows.

Arrival for 7.00pm. View the menu here.

twentyprincesstreet.co.uk. To book, Tel: 0131 652 7370.

Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian

The Pompadour by Galvin promises an unforgettable evening to celebrate the end of the Festival with a bespoke 7-course tasting menu created by Head Chef Dan Ashmore.

Arrival for 6.30pm | £125pp | Preview the special menu and reserve your table here.


The Principal Edinburgh George Street

There's no better way to see out the end of summer than with a cocktail party complete with spectacular views of the city. Watch the fireworks from the terrace of threesixty:forth at Principal Edinburgh George Street Hotel where the resident DJ will be entertaining guests before the live broadcast of the firework display and concert from the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.  

7.30pm - 11.30pm | Tickets are priced at £25 per person which includes a cocktail on arrival and bowl food items and can be purchased here.


Edinburgh Fringe 2018 / Virgin Money Fireworks Concert / Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh - The Caledonian

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