*** CANCELLED ***
Due to the current Coronavirus situation and Scottish Government advice the organisers have reluctantly taken the decision to cancel all events at Hawick Reivers Festival 2020.
Details on ticket refunds and further arrangements will be posted on the festival website (link at bottom of this page).
Step back in time to the mid sixteenth century when the Borderlands were an area of constant feuding, when loyalties were to kinship rather than king and country and when “Reiving” was a means of survival.
Through music, drama and re-enactments experience what life was really like for the men and women in the Border Marches.
Hawick Reivers Festival aims to help visitors and townsfolk alike Experience, Explore and will endeavour to Explain day to day life in this violent and turbulent period of our history.
Fiercely loyal and independent, hard-working and prepared to fight for what they believed in these men and women of the 1500â€™s did much to shape the character of the modern day Borderers.
Loudoun’s regiment of the English Civil War society will be joining the festival on Saturday 28th March, providing a demonstration of the drill and weaponry of the period, which ended some forty years before the Civil Wars.
The main festival is free, but there are charges for some individual events.
There is a free car park at Common Haugh, TD9 7AH, which is about 400 yards from the main site.