Every month we bring you a small round up of some of the coolest events that are happening around the globe so wherever you are in the world, you’ll always have something fun to do. These are on our hot list for June.

Brussels: Brussels International Film Festival

Cannes and Venice?? Sooooo yesterday! An exciting NEW International Fim Festival launches this month. The first-ever Brussels International Film Festival is a city-wide, star studded movie party, including master classes, retrospectives and open air screenings designed to celebrate cinema – and buzzing Brussels itself. Uber-central Radisson RED Brussels is the pitch perfect base to take in all the action.

20 – 30th June

Briff village, Boulevard Anspach – 1000 Bruxelles

Fee: Pass €30, Single ticket €8,75

https://briff.be/en/

 

Brussels: Swap Party

The fabulous Radisson RED Brussels fundraising Swap Party offers the perfect chance to refresh your wardrobe, bookshelf or vinyl. Drop your pre-loved items at RED before June 26. In exhange, you’ll get tokens to ‘spend’ at the party. Or just come along on June 28 – with a bag – and buy stuff. Money raised will support the global kids’ charity, SOS Children’s Villages. Un-swapped items will be donated to Les Petits Riens, to help fight poverty in Belgium.

28th June From 3 pm

RadissonRED Brussels, Rue d’idalie 35 – 1050 Brussel

Fee: Free

https://www.facebook.com/events/234334684008629

 

Minneapolis: Rock The Garden

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1 day, 2 stages, 8 bands. Overlooking the iconic Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. With an epic view of the cityscape. The monster line up at Rock The Garden 2018 includes Father John Misty, Feist, Nikki Lane, U.S. Girls and Low Cut Connie. Link up with friendly locals at the Radisson RED OUIBar+KTCHN and discover how summer in the Twin Cities truly kicks off with this must-do outdoor music festival at the Walker Art Centre.

16th June

Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Minneapolis

Line up: Father John Misty, Feist, Nikki Lane, U.S. Girls and Low Cut Connie

Fee: $ 74

http://rockthegardenfestival.com

 

Cape Town: International Day of Yoga

Salute the sun and help a child…  Join 2000 new flexible friends in Cape Town’s Convention Centre to celebrate yoga with a range of workshops – and raise funds for charity. Take your own yoga mat/beach towel. And b-r-e-a-t-h-e… Free entrance – with donations to Earth Child Project. And the brilliant Radisson RED Roof space is the perfect place to wind down afterwards with a few open-air stretches.

16th June

The Cape Town International Convention Centre, Convention Square, 1 Lower Long St, CBD, Cape Town.

Fee: Free donation between R50 and R500

www.joellesleebos.com

 

Cape Town: Faestival Cape Town

Catch up with the crowd that has made the Cape Town Night Feast a cool, mid-winter tradition! Join the action at The Woodstock Exchange – one of the city’s best loved locations. Dance and entrance your taste buds in a unique urban celebration of music, food and design. All night. All local. Get in the mood with a sundowner – catching the awesome view of Table Mountain – at the Radisson RED Cape Town.

30th June

The Woodstock Exchange 66 – 68 Albert Road, Woodstock, Cape Town.

Fee: R 150,00

http://www.thefeastival.co.za

 

Glasgow: Sole Bloc Sneaker and Lifestyle Festival

The perfect pair of kicks are an essential part of city living. And SOLE BLOC is Scotland’s first sneaker & lifestyle festival, aimed at thousands of footwear fans on the trail of rare, premium sneakers from the UK’s biggest private sellers and retailers. Plus, lifestyle brands, great street food, beers and a graffiti event. Kit yourself out – then hot foot it back to the buzz of the Radisson RED Glasgow.

23th June

SWG3 Warehouse, 100 Eastvale Pl, Glasgow.

Fee: Standard £5, entrance + bbq £15

www.solebloc.com

 

Glasgow: International Jazz Festival

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Take in this seismic city’s summer soundtracks during the 5-day Glasgow International Jazz Festival with 50 shows and more than 250 musicians. Headliner Mr Jukes is all about old-school R&B and golden age hip-hop – which almost makes you forget that he is the frontman of Bombay Bicycle Club. Others to watch are bona fide Blues and Jazz legend, Georgie Fame with his Family Trio and Orchestre Poly-Rythmo, all on stage at the iconic Old Fruitmarket in West End. Soak up a sunset over the Clyde before you go – with a cocktail in the Red Sky Bar.

20 – 24th June

All over Glasgow 

Entrance: between £ 10 – £ 25 per concert

www.jazzfest.co.uk



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