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What’s on Perth

Renowned for the ambiance of its parks and gardens, Perth enjoys a charming position on the banks of the Tay. With a rich and influential history going back 800 years, Perth was once Scotland’s capital and has always been one of the country’s most important political, judicial and commercial centres. An attraction not to be missed in the Perth area is Scone Palace (pronounced Scoon) where many Scottish kings were crowned. Perth enjoys a vibrant cultural scene. Its new £20million concert hall delivers the very best in music, drama, comedy and family entertainment, and Perth Theatre, one of the oldest theatres in Scotland, has an annual programme of touring shows and in-house productions. Perth’s Museum and Art Gallery has a collection of fine and applied art, and more paintings and works of art can be found at The J.D. Fergusson Collection, situated within Perth’s historic Round House.

area highlights

25th July 2014, Perth:

Grammy-winning songwriter Buffy Sainte-Marie is both a great artist and activist.

26th July 2014, Perth:

A double-bill not to be missed.

26th July 2014, Perth:

Scottish Wrestling Entertainment presents Battle Stations from the Station Hotel in Perth.

27th July 2014, Perth:

Rosanne Cash has just made what many are calling the best album of her career.

25th - 27th July 2014, Perth:

Southern Fried Festival, Scotland’s biggest and best festival of American roots music, returns to Perth in 2014.

29th July 2014, Perth:

Dance the night away after an evening of racing.

30th July 2014, Perth:

Join us for an afternoon of great racing.

1st & 2nd August 2014, Perth:

Fantastic livestock, entertainment and trade stands.

2nd August 2014, Perth:

A musical feast from Scotland’s finest young brass players, led by esteemed conductors Russell Gray, John Boax and Gordon Evans.

9th August 2014, Perth:

Roll up, roll up for The Singing Kettle’s most amazing adventure yet.

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