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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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The Vamps

27th & 28th September 2014, Glasgow:

The Vamps are without a doubt the new band on everyone’s lips.


28th September 2014, Glasgow:

Bob Mintzer and the SNJO offer fresh readings of the much-respected Yellowjackets back pages.

James Taylor

29th September 2014, Glasgow:

Celebrated singer-songwriter and multiple Grammy award winner, James Taylor, visits Glasgow as part of 10-date UK tour with his band.


30th September 2014, Edinburgh:

Don’t miss multi award-winning trumpet player Alison Balsom as part of her first headline tour.

Brenda Cochrane

1st October 2014, Ayr:

Brenda Cochrane has become internationally known as ‘The Voice’ and deservedly so.


1st October 2014, Aberdeen:

Winner of Best Group in both the Live Ireland awards and the TIR awards, The Outside Track are one of the top Celtic acts in the world.

Carl Verheyen

2nd October 2014, Aberdeen:

The Carl Verheyen Band returns to Europe for encore performances following the amazing reception of their tour late last year celebrating his new album Mustang Run.


2nd October 2014, Edinburgh:

Starring Gary Mullen and The Works, One Night of Queen is a spectacular live concert, recreating the look, sound, pomp and showmanship of arguably the greatest rock band of all time.

Lena Martell

2nd October 2014, Glasgow:

Lena Martell has recorded over thirty albums and, for 10 years, enjoyed her own Saturday night BBC TV show which attracted some twelve and a half million viewers.


2nd October 2014, Aberdeen:

Oundjian conducts Scheherazade.

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