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Tarland Food and Music Festival 2022 !

The MacRobert Hall on the 23rd to September, see below for details of the bands that will be performing.

Tickets are now on sale HERE

We are excited to let you see our programme for the 2022 festival!  There will be a more detailed programme coming soon but all tickets are now for sale  HERE .  There will also be an update on the livestreaming tickets soon!

2021 Programme

We are finalising our programme at the moment and hope to share it with you very soon – lots going on and we are looking forward to seeing you all from Thursday 22nd – Sunday 25th September.

See some video from 2018 HERE

Download The Singing Land app  HERE

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The festival can be found on facebook and twitter

The full programme is coming soon.

Friday 23rd September 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm)

The Siobhan Miller Band with support from Arthur Coates

Main Hall

Adults £18 Under 16  £15 

Booking required.

Licensed bar. All persons under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

A richly celebrated Scottish folk singer and songwriter, Siobhan Miller’s soulful and stirring renewal of traditional song has won her the BBC Radio 2 Folk Award for Best Traditional Track, and the BBC Alba Scots Trad Music Awards’ Scots Singer of the Year an unprecedented four times. She has released 4 albums to date and each one has been nominated as Album of the Year at the Scots Trad Music Awards.

Multi instrumentalist Arthur Coates is a sought after musician based in Aberdeenshire. He plays both Scottish traditional and Quebecois music and released his debut album in 2020.

Saturday 24th, 8pm (doors open at 7.30pm)

Manran with support TBC

Main Hall 

Adults £20 under 16 £17 

Booking required.

Licensed bar and raffle. All persons under 16 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.

Multi award-winning Scottish supergroup Mànran have been at the heart of the Scottish traditional music scene for over a decade. Internationally recognised as one of the most iconic and respected Scottish bands on the road today, the seven-piece show no signs of slowing down as they continue to push boundaries and explore new musical and geographical territory, bringing their uplifting and unique live performances to stages across the world. 

With three hugely successful studio albums under their belt, in October 2021 the band released their fourth, titled ÙRAR to critical acclaim, and adding to their success, lead female vocalist, Kim Carnie was crowned ‘Gaelic Singer of the Year’ at the 2021 Hands up for Trad Awards.

Sunday 25th, 3pm (doors open at 2.30pm)

Scotland’s Year of Stories Concert

Main Hall 

Adults £5 under 16 Free

Booking required.

Join acclaimed musicians Hamish Napier, Arthur Coates, Paul Anderson,  Shona Donaldson and poet Sheena Blackhall  to celebrate the music and songs of Deeside.  Hear old stories and folklore as well as new pieces which were written as part of The Dee and Don Ceilidh Collective Our Living Rivers and Glens Project.

This event has been supported by the Year of Stories 2022 Community Stories Fund. This fund is being delivered in partnership between VisitScotland and Museums Galleries Scotland with support from National Lottery Heritage Fund thanks to National Lottery players