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What's on in Aberdeen

Central Aberdeenshire includes the granite city of Aberdeen with its rich history, art and culture, and lively social scene. Beyond the commuter towns serving Aberdeen, the busy roads steadily become more quiet and unspoilt, winding up through valleys and upland towards the Grampian Mountains. Huntly, in the far northeast, marks the beginning of Speyside’s distillery trail, a major Scottish attraction, where you can sample a dram or two of world-famous whiskies along the way.

area highlights

21st October 2014, Aberdeen:

Rave Tapes is the eighth studio album by Mogwai and their second on Rock Action, the label they set up almost 18 years ago to issue their debut 7in single, Tuner/Lower.

22nd October 2014, Aberdeen:

Original Manfred Mann members Paul Jones, Mike Hugg and Tom McGuinness, are joined by Rob Townsend, Marcus Cliffe and Simon Currie as the exciting new line-up of The Manfreds.

22nd October 2014, Aberdeen:

Book early to avoid disappointment.

23rd October 2014, Aberdeen:

Hot on the heels of their Glastonbury and T in the Park summer triumphs, rising Scots alternative rockers Twin Atlantic are to play the Music Hall.

23rd October 2014, Aberdeen:

An exciting Franco-Scottish collaboration of two ensembles and composers from France and Scotland, inspired by the WW1 commemoration.

24th October 2014, Aberdeen:

A modern man’s majestic musings on mortality, morality, masculinity and, moreover, Marcel Lucont, multi award-deserving maverick.

25th October 2014, Aberdeen:

Fulgor al bies is a quartet of sound artists from Argentina playing instruments including bandoneón, piano, bass clarinet, soprano saxophone, tarka and live electroacoustic processing.

25th October 2014, Aberdeen:

Elegant refinement from Mozart and Haydn forms the graceful focus for Scottish Ensemble’s collaboration with acclaimed Perth-born pianist, Alasdair Beatson.

30th March - 28th October 2014, Aberdeenshire:

Opened in 1983, the Grampian Transport Museum tells the history of travel and transport in the North East of Scotland through displays, working exhibits and DVD presentations.

26th October 2014, Aberdeen:

Ivor Novello award winning singer/songwriter Scott Matthews retunrs with a new album and intimate solo tour.


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