Thanks to Edinburgh Trams, travelling across the city to attend an array of fantastic events is easy! 

Customers can take advantage of great value ticket deals, including unlimited tram travel within the City Zone, by purchasing ‘Day Tripper’ tickets in advance through 

Costing just £4.50 for adults, £2.50 for children or only £8.00 for the whole family, it’s just ‘just the ticket’ for locals and visitors alike.

All tram tickets purchased online can be downloaded onto a smart device and printed out before travel, to show the trams’ friendly customer service team for inspection. 

With a jam-packed July on the cards, take a look at our top picks for the month below.

Castle Concerts

Various Dates

Edinburgh Castle Esplanade

A collection of world class music is expected to transform the landscape of Edinburgh Castle with concerts taking place across the month. 

With an ever bigger repertoire of world-class music set to return to the city’s most iconic historic site this month, concertgoers can rely on Edinburgh Trams for quick and convenient access to the venue. Gates open for all shows at 18:45, with our Princes Street stop just a short walk from the venue.

Madness kick of this year’s concerts with a stellar show planned for Friday 5, with 2010’s hitmakers JLS taking to the stage Tuesday 9. Rock legends Suede and Manic Street Preachers will further team up to present a monumental show on Wednesday 10. 

If Indie is more up your street, you can see The National entertain crowds on Thursday 11 or celebrate some of the finest Celtic rock with Skipinnish, on Friday 12, with their 25th anniversary set.

Paul Weller will play the second to last show, on Saturday 13, entertaining crowds with hits such as The Changingman and Broken Stones. Closing the shows, Potterheads will have the chance to see the spellbinding Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in Concert on Sunday 14 with the Scottish National Orchestra.

Mardi Gras

Sat, 13 Jul, 13:00


With stages set up across the Grassmarket, enjoy a whole host of entertainment and music when New Orleans comes to Edinburgh! From funk to soul to bass, the city comes alive for the spectacle that forms part of this year’s Jazz and Blues Festival! This year’s line-up includes Viper Swing, Cow Cow Boogie, DopeSickFly, and many more.

Our top tip: With Grassmarket located nearest or West End stop, beat the queue for the ticket machine by purchasing your tram ticket in advance through!

Manchester United V Rangers F.C

Sat, 20 Jul – 16:00

Scottish Gas Murrayfield

Manchester United will be looking to remain unbeaten against Scottish team Rangers, having beaten them three times over their four meetings, with the last match taking place in the 2010/11 season. 

Taking the tram to Murrayfield is easy with our Murrayfield Stadium stop located alongside the stadium’s South Stand. 

Ensure to check one thing off your 'to-do' list by purchasing your tram tickets in advance from

Here You Come Again

Tue, 23 Jul – Sat 27 Jul

Tue – Sat: 19:30 / Wed – Sat 14:30

Edinburgh Playhouse

Experience all of Dolly Parton’s greatest hits all together in this brand-spanking new musical comedy! From Jolene to Islands in the Stream, follow along with Kevin whose fascination with Dolly Parton helps him through adversities in his life. Through humour and charisma, Kevin’s dream Dolly Parton teaches him valuable life lessons about love and life in this charming musical, pit stopping in Edinburgh before heading to the West End.

With our Picardy Place tram stop situated across the road from Edinburgh Playhouse, you can relax and glide right into the heart of the city with Edinburgh Trams.