George Square Gardens

George Square Gardens

About George Square Gardens

57 George Square, Edinburgh South EH8 9JU
George Square Gardens Website

George Square is a city square in Edinburgh, Scotland. It is in the south of the city centre, adjacent to the Meadows. It was laid out in 1766 outside the overcrowded Old Town, and was a popular residential area for Edinburgh\'s better-off citizens. In the 1960s much of the square was redeveloped by the University of Edinburgh.

They have proved during previous Fringe Festivals to be a versatile and stimulating performance space, but it is also maintained to a high standard throughout the year showing off its classical Georgian layout.

Upcoming Events at George Square Gardens

Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival:  Amythyst Kiah

Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival: Amythyst Kiah

18th July 2018 - 19th July 2018
Alt-country blues singer-songwriter Amythyst Kiah's returns to the Jazz Festival on 18th and 19th July.
Edinburgh Food Festival

Edinburgh Food Festival

25th July 2018 - 29th July 2018
Celebrate all things great in food & drink when the Edinburgh Food Festival returns to George Square Gardens!

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Popular Events

The Royal Highland Show 2018
One of Scotland's most iconic events 'The Royal Highland Show' is back at the Royal Highland Centre from 21st June!
Don Broco
DF Concerts presents Don Broco plus very special guests Neck Deep and Issues at the Usher Hall on 7th February.
Edinburgh Colour Bomb Carnival
Edinburgh Colour Bomb Carnival is back for 2018 at Sighthill Park from 29th June until 8th July.
Paws by the Prom (Open Day)
An exciting day is in store for all the family at this years 'Paws by the Prom', Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home's Open Day, on Sunday 2nd September.
A Night of Dirty Dancing
Join our "All Singing, All Dancing" Boy & Girl tribute show at the Village Hotel Edinburgh on 6th July!

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