These videos and pictures from Dundee’s Summer Streets Festival will make you wish it was still on

Dundee’s first ever summer street festival got off to a flying start as the city centre was buzzing with activity.

As a way of welcoming visitors ahead of The Open, the city square, Reform Street and Albert Square were all bustling with lots of entertainment, games and activities.

What a way to make the most of the sunny weather!

We’ve put together a list of the best moments for you to look back on below:

We even did a live feed on Facebook as things were starting to kick-off on the Saturday.

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Surge streets performers were spotted throughout the festival

Performers were dotted around doing lots of funny, amazing and even scary things.

Like this dance…

Or this super-creepy puppet!

The Open inspired some budding wee golfers

With The Open going on just up the road, a specially-designed mini-golf course was laid out along the length of Reform Street for people to try out.

There were many iconic Dundee sites you had to get around, including the V&A.

Kieran Findlay and daughter Poppy from Broughty Ferry enjoy the crazy golf on Reform Street.

Crazy golf challenged people to putt around famous Dundee landmarks.

‘All or Nothing’ performed breath-taking aerial acrobatics

The aerial dance theatre group performed above crowds at the city square using swings and drapes to perform.

There were also sessions for the public to try too.

Dundee Summer Street Festival, “All or Nothing ” entertained crowds with amazing feats.


Roanna Davidson of “All or Nothing “.

Lots of tasty grub going around – yum!

The popular Dundee Farmers Market also returned, with the city centre filled with a fusion of different food scents.

Food and drink from the local area was available to taste and to buy.

Local traders sharing their goods.


There were plenty of treats and nibbles to try out


For its Dundee debut, the Summer Streets festival was a great event that made the city centre feel even more lively and enjoyable to be in.

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Hamzah Hussain