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Music in Scotland

From contemporary to classical, traditional to Celtic rock, opera to folk - Scotland is music to your ears. Scotland’s music scene has never been so vibrant and exciting, with live gigs and music festivals happening in cities and villages all over the country, at venues large and small. Whatever you’re into, don’t miss out on the fantastic choice of great live performances and attractions on offer. Now’s your chance to try something new.

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Red Hot Chilli Pipers

5th December 2014, Stirling:

Bagpipes with attitude, drums with a Scottish accent, a blazing rock band and a show so hot it should carry its own health warning.


5th & 6th December 2014, Glasgow:

Jools Holland will be bringing the greatest boogie-woogie party to Glasgow once again as part of his annual autumn/winter tour.

The Rat Pack at Christmas

6th December 2014, Motherwell:

The "Purveyors of Cool" swing into town with The Greatest Music of the 20th Century.


7th December 2014, Glasgow:

Britain’s best-loved rockers take to the stage again with support from Chas & Dave.

Bootleg Beatles

8th December 2014, Edinburgh:

In the 50 years since the Beatles had their first No 1, their music has never been eclipsed, their image has never faded, and they continue to attract new fans with each coming generation.


11th December 2014, Perth:

Join us for a festive and informal evening with Alba Brass, an exciting brass quintet who have appeared at concerts and festivals all over Europe, Russia, North America and the Middle East.

SCO: Saint-Saens Cello Concerto

12th December 2014, Glasgow:

A glittering programme of colourful French and Spanish music to bring a sparkle to chilly December, directed by renowned Spanish conductor Josep Pons.


19th December 2014, Glasgow:

Robin Ticciati pairs up with top international violinist Christian Tetzlaff in his continued revival of Schumann’s orchestral works with what is quite possibly one of the loveliest and saddest pieces of music ever written – Schumann’s Violin Concerto.

RSNO Christmas Concert

19th December 2014, Dundee:

It wouldn’t be Christmas without the RSNO’s traditional Christmas concert.


20th December 2014, Edinburgh:

Don’t miss Deacon Blue and Support.

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