Theseus, Hippolyta and the lovers gather after the weddings to watch some entertainment. The mechanicals perform their version of 'Pyramus and Thisbe' to much hilarity, with Thesues saying at the end that it was 'very notably discharged'.
When the lovers have gone to bed, the fairies arrive to bless the marriages of Theseus and Hippolyta and the other lovers, before saying 'trip away. Make no stay. Meet me all by break of day' and disappearing.
Puck delivers a speech to the audience at the end of the play, telling them that they 'have but slumbered here / While these visions did appear' and bids them goodnight.