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Things to do this Bank Holiday weekend in Cardiff

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Bank holiday weekend is almost upon us and the weather is set to be sunny for your three day weekend. Here’s a round up of what’s on this weekend in Cardiff so you can make the most of your free time.
Elrow Town
The legendary Spanish party-starters Elrow will be in town creating an immersive party experience with their flagship theme ‘Singer Mornings. Think bars, inflatables, crazy decor, DJ’s and glitter cannons and get ready to dance the night away
Tickets – Elrow Town After party
Info – www.elrowsingermorninglondon.com

Lost Lands: Rooftop Cinema
Movie fans should head to Jacob’s Antiques this weekend where pop up cinema Lost Lands will be showing Moulin Rouge on Jacob’s rooftop. They will also be serving up themed cocktails , wine and prosecco and also joined by guest food pop-ups burger bar Bwtiful Burgers and Macho Nacho.
Buy your tickets online 
 
Buffalo Bar: 1920’s party
Buffalo bar pays homage to the Roaring Twenties this Sunday night by hosting a glitzy Gatsby style 1920’s party complete with flappers and dancers and cocktails. put on your best outfit and be preapared to dance the Charleston till the small hours as  prohibition is definitely over for this party.
More information on their website 

DEPOT Presents: WILD WEST FEST

Grab your boots and swing your lasso, the WILD WEST FEST is coming to DEPOT!! Get ready for a day to remember with our Wild West mini festival.
A day full of entertainment and fine street food, we going full out with bucking bronco, barn dances and more!
So shine up your boots and grab parter by the hand, for a May Bank Holiday to remember!

 
The Cardifferent Historic Pub Tour
What could possibly go better with a bit of history that supping on a pint? Yopu can experience both by going on a Cardifferent theatrical walking, talking history pub tour this weekend. This tour offers a unique journey celebrating Cardiff’s people, streets and stories, it begins at the historic Rummer Tavern and lasts approximately 2hrs 30mins.
Book your tour  online
 
Dressing up in St Fagans
Take the kids to St Fagans this bank holiday weekend and see history come to life, why not come along in fancy dress and be a part of the fun as well? The Open-air Museum and historic buildings will remain open this bank holiday weekend for the whole family to explore and enjoy!
More information on their website 

Chapter : Art Car Bootique

Art Car-Bootique is the coolest car boot sale you have ever been to – annual event with over 70 pitches: Art, Fashion, Performance, Street Food and Music.
‘Sightrunning’ tour of Cardiff
Cardiff has now become a part of the global network of ‘Sightrunning’, which involves Running and Sightseeing at the same time to see the city from a runner’s perspective.  Cardiff guide will show you Cardiff from a runner’s perspective. Your Go! Running Tour’s will run with you on a private “sight-running” tour in and around of Cardiff so you can see all the major sites
More information on their website 

Dirty Martini – Dirty by Nature
Glamorous cocktail bar Dirty Martini is hosting the ultimate end of week party to celebrate the bank holiday Sunday night in style. They will be offering their famous happy hour all night long and feature a live DJ from 8pm to 2:30am. Come and dance the night away whilst also enjoying half price bottles of wine ans £10 off bottles Prosecco & Champagne, the perfect excuse to indulge.
More information on their website
Encounters With Dance Show
If you are looking for a little culture this weekend the Cardiff Metropolitan University BA (Hons) Dance degree students present an evening of dance at the Wales Millennium Centre this Sunday evening. The performance includes work that has been tutor guided and facilitated alongside work that has been made independently by the students and covers contemporary and urban dance.
Book tickets online 
Dinosaur babies at Cardiff Museum
Kids will love the latest touring exhibition to come to Cardiff museum. This interactive exhibition includes full size dinosaur skeletons and replicas, touchable models of dinosaur embryos and eggs, This is a chance to get up close to the dinosaurs, learn about dinosaur family life, including how they cared for their young babies. There will also be exciting dinosaur themed family events and activities to complement the exhibition.
Buy tickets online 
Craftfolk Market in Mermaid Quay
as the weather is meant to be great this weekend why not head to the bay and soak up some vitamin D? You can also visit the craftfolk market during your visit, this free outdoor free event is showcasing genuine artists and crafts people who are keeping traditional skills alive by producing and selling their own high quality work. They will also have some demonstration stalls and children’s workshops suitable for all the family to join in.
More information on their website