Music festivals Scotland
Festival going is now one of the most popular summer pastimes for young and old. Come rain or shine. Scotland hosts T in the Park, Connect, Rock Ness and other popular festivals, in spectacular, natural settings. Just magical.
1st - 4th May 2014, Shetland:
The UK’s most northerly folk festival is all about presenting the best folk music from around the globe to the local community and visitors alike.
2nd - 4th May 2014, Ayrshire:
One of the longest -running Scottish folk festivals, Girvan is renowned for its quality concerts, lively sessions and warmth of welcome.
2nd - 4th May 2014, Dumfries:
Thornhill Music festival is back for 2014.
9th - 11th May 2014, Fife:
Come and enjoy Moniaive’s premier weekend event of the year.
11th May 2014, Stirling:
The Scribbler’s Picnic is set to return to Stirling Rugby Club on Sunday in May.
16th - 18th May 2014, Fife:
An annual traditional singing festival featuring concerts, singarounds, workshops and talks.
22nd - 24th May 2014, Skye:
The annual Skye Accordion and Fiddle Festival includes musicians from the length and breadth of the country, and further afield.
22nd - 25th May 2014, Orkey:
Orkney Folk Festival is a firmly established date in Scotland’s folk festival calendar and has drawn visitors back many times since it started in 1982.
6th - 8th June 2014, Arran:
The island, known for being Scotland in miniature, presents a weekend of folk, with sessions, concerts and ceilidhs centred in Brodick.
12th - 15th June 2014, Dumfries & Galloway:
A festival that caters for jazz lovers of all ages and every taste.