Festival in the Sky Takes off in Edinburgh

Diners enjoy the festival in the sky experience above Princes Gardens

The hotly anticipated 100 feet high dining table, Festival in the Sky presented by Skyscanner, has touched down in Edinburgh and opens to the public at 10am tomorrow, Sunday, August 1st, in West Princes Gardens.  The world class attraction, a 22 person dining table which will be serving breakfast, lunch and dinner while suspended at over 30 meters, operates until August 31st. 

Festival in the Sky will be serving up mouth watering Scottish cuisine using quality Scottish ingredients; all provided by The Cook School Scotland, Scotland’s premier facility for cooking demonstrations. 

Festival in the Sky will also be hosting guest chef slots and cook school experiences every day as well as one off performances such as a Faulty Towers breakfast, a dinner with Hardeep Singh Kohli and Tony Singh and three nights of Opera in the Sky.

Located in West Princes Street Gardens in the specially created Sky Gardens, Festival in the Sky will run daily from 1st – 31st August from 10am to 9pm.  The dining table with weather-proof canopy, will be hoisted into the air by crane and holds up to 22 guests  seated at an oval table, each of whom are securely fastened into their seats.  Each seat turns on a 180 degree axis allowing guests to watch the world go by underneath or admire the iconic city skyline and sensational views of Edinburgh Castle.

Festival in the Sky has enjoyed massive success in more than 30 other countries as ‘Dinner in the Sky’ including France, Germany, Dubai, Australia, Canada and Italy. Tickets will start from £30.00 per person and various packages for groups are available. There will also be a premium bar experience at the foot of the platform on ground level in the Sky Gardens, serving gourmet BBQ, snacks and drinks in a covered and outdoor seating area.

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