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what’s on Royal Deeside and The Mearns

The Mearns is mainly farmland stretching from the coves and cliffs of the Kincardine coast to the hills inland. Yet more typical Scottish countryside abounds here, with mountains, lofty crags, tumbling rivers and desolate moors. Royal Deeside is so named for its connections with Scottish and English royalty, and includes Balmoral Castle among its many famous attractions.

area highlights

2nd August 2014, Aboyne:

The Games take place on the Aboyne Green, situated in the centre of the village, on the first Saturday in August.

5th August 2014, Deeside:

The hugely talented Rachel Sermanni visits Woodend Barn as part of the Aboyne and Deeside Festival.

25th July - 10th August 2014, Deeside:

A multi-genre community festival, held every year, centring around the Aboyne and Deeside Community Theatre.

9th & 10th August 2014, Banchory:

Various local & international beers/ciders and gin, BBQ & Hog Roast plus live music.

14th August 2014, Royal Deeside:

The events at Ballater Highland Games form part of the circuits comprising the Glenfiddich Heavy Events Championship and the Grampian Games Qualifying Championship, which encourages the younger athletes in the heavy and field events.

23rd August 2014, Deeside:

Popular Irish folk musicians, The Jeremiahs, present a fantastic repertoire of old and new tunes from Ireland, Scotland, and England.

28th August 2014, Deeside:

Scotland’s favourite traditional musicians return for another night of great music and fun.

6th September 2014, Braemar:

This most prestigious of gatherings includes heavy and track events, tug-of-war competition, hill race, piping and highland dancing.

12th September 2014, Deeside:

Perthshire fiddle player and singer Patsy Reid is one of the most admired musicians in the UK.

14th September 2014, Deeside:

Joseph Long is one of Scotland’s finest concert pianists and a familiar face on the concert circuit in the UK and abroad.

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