What's on: September

Guided Walks of Shrewsbury: 1 April – 30 September

It’s the final month of daily guided tours with Shrewsbury Museum. Discover some of the Shrewsbury’s hidden secrets, treasures, and history with an experience guide. Times vary, visit Shrewsbury Museum for details.


Shrewsbury Farmers Market: 2 September

Bringing a feast for the eyes and your table, Shrewsbury Farmers Market returns with produce from across Shropshire into Shrewsbury Square. Open from 9am – 3.30pm.


Late Night at the Market Hall: 3 September

Enjoy flavours from around the world and browse your favourite market hall independents with this popular monthly event. Open until 10pm, booking available at selected dining locations. Find out more online.


Wellbeing Festival Shropshire: 3 September

This rescheduled event will take place in The Quarry featuring a wide range of wellbeing demonstrations, stalls and experiences for all the family. The festival is made up of four unique areas of Wellbeing, Fitness, Nutrition and Kids plus an extra Yoga and Mindfulness Zone to complement. See website for details and tickets.


Shrewsbury Cocktail Week: 3-11 September

Mix up those flavours with the best bars and bartenders in town. Purchase your wristband here to unlock a week of mixology experiences at exclusive event prices.


Made in Shropshire: 10 September

“Fair in the Square” brings the best selection of a variety of Shropshire artists, craftspeople and producers to The Square, Shrewsbury. Open from 9am – 5pm, see details of the fair members here.


World Championship Coracle Race: 16 September

The Macmillan charity event will see teams of four compete on the River Severn from Pengwern Boat Club. Find out more about the event here.


Loopfest: 17 September

1 day, 14 venues and over 70 live acts. A collective music and arts festival like no other comes to Shrewsbury. The free entry event takes place from 10am to 8pm. Visit the Loopfest website for more details.


Drawn in Shrewsbury: 24-25 September

Shropshire’s creative community comes together to showcase new designs and a unique opportunity to purchase directly. Taking place throughout Shrewsbury Museum, this year’s event will also feature a range of workshops for the whole family including calligraphy, bookbinding, and journalling. Full event details are available on the Drawn website.


Shropshire Oktoberfest: 30 September – 1 October

Dust off your lederhosen, Shropshire’s biggest beer festival returns to The Quarry. Featuring independent brewers from across the region, Shropshire Oktoberfest offers an array of food and drink for everyone. Entertainment will also be plentiful from local performers to silent disco or be your own rock star under the carpool karaoke tipi.


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