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What's On in June?

There's plenty to see and do on the Isle of Man in June... and it's not just motorbikes!

TT Qualifying & Races

29th May-10th June 2022

The Isle of Man TT is the ultimate 'must see it' event for motorsport fans across the globe. Every May and June the Isle of Man, a tiny country between England and Ireland, turns into motorcycle nirvana as the world’s greatest road racers gather to test themselves against the incredible ‘Mountain Course’ - a 37.73 mile beast of a course carved out of the island’s public roads. For over 100 years the Mountain’s siren call has drawn fans and riders to experience the unique atmosphere of the Isle of Man TT Festival.

 TT Motorbikes


Ramsey Sprintfest

2nd-5th June 2022

Sprint Fest Logo

Over the extended bank holiday weekend starting Thursday 2nd June there will be four nights of music in Market Place so after you've watched the bikes take a stroll through town to soak up the atmosphere, last of the sunshine and enjoy the food and drink on offer while listening to a wide array of great local acts.

Ramsey SprintFest

Peel Day

5th June 2022

 Peel Day

Peel Day takes place during TT fortnight and is a great day out for locals and visitors alike. The usually quiet and peaceful city of Peel comes alive with visitors from far and wide. You can expect to see a variety of displays from bike shows to Manx Dancing! Food stands, trade stalls and much more. Plenty to see and do for all the family!

Peel Day & Family Fun Day | Facebook


Mananan Festival of Music and the Arts

27th June-2nd July 2022

Mananan festival

You can enjoy a full week of shows at The Mananan Festival. Taking in folk, classical and flamenco music in the lovely setting of The Erin Art Centre in Port Erin. Click the link to see the full programme of concerts!

Upcoming Events – Erin Arts Centre

Port Erin Fun Day

6th June 2022

Port Erin Beach

A fantastic family day out. With free rides on the beach, water sport activities, children’s activities, live music, bike shows and plenty of places to eat & drink on the best beach on the Island!

Port Erin TT Day - Visit Isle of Man

The Parish Walk

18th-19th June 2022

Parish Walkers

The first Parish Walk took place as a challenge between neighbours over 100 years ago and was a major event for the early years of the last century, It’s an 85 mile walking race that takes in all 17 parish churches on the Isle of Man. The race starts at the NSC in Douglas and winds its way around the south of the Island before heading north and finishing back in Douglas on the seafront promenade.

Isle of Man Parish Walk | Parish Walk | Isle of Man


The Big Splash 2022

From May to September

The Big Splash Logo

Our sculptures will be located around some of the most beautiful coastal corners of the Isle of Man allowing people to re-discover and engage with our island like never before. The event will not only offer endless hours of fun for residents and visitors but will create community cohesion and will have a positive impact on all those involved. Once the art trail closes, each of the dolphin sculptures will be auctioned off to raise funds in support of Hospice Isle of Man’s end of life and palliative care services.

The trail is designed to inspire both visitors and locals to explore and experience the Isle of Man’s UNESCO Biosphere pristine shorelines. From wind swept endless beaches in the north of the island, to the incredible dramatic vistas of the rocky coast in the south, the Big Splash trail will be for all to enjoy.

…What’s coming up in July?

Tynwald Day

5th July

Tynwald Day Ceremony

Tynwald Day (Manx: Laa Tinvaal) is the National Day of the Isle of Man. Dating back to Viking times, the Tynwald preserves the Old Norse custom of publicly announcing all new law, in both Manx and English. Tynwald fair is also held all day and into the evening until 10pm, with live Manx music and dancing, stalls, food traders, a global village, Viking re-enactments and much much more!


The Celtic Gathering / Yn Chruinnaght

25 – 31st July

Yn Chruinnaght Dancers

The biggest Celtic festival on the Isle of Man! Yn Chruinnaght Celtic Gathering has been celebrating Manx, Irish, Cornish, Welsh, Scottish and Breton culture for over 40 years. Based in Peel, a fishing town on the beautiful west coast of the Isle of Man, the festival presents a week of music and dance concerts, family friendly ceilis, talks & workshops, Celtic language & literature, delicious food ‘n’ folk sessions, an artisan craft fair and lots of free community events.

Everyone is welcome to attend, information on how to book your tickets can be found on the website!

Yn Chruinnaght | Celtic Gathering – Yn Chruinnaght | Celtic Gathering


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