Food & Music Festival - Visit Tarland
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Once again the festival is running for the whole weekend – from Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th September, 2017

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The Tarland Food and Music Festival is now in its fourth year, celebrating quality local food and Tarland’s thriving music scene. Events run throughout the village, catering for all.

Unfortunately due to ill health, Paul Anderson and Peyman Heydarian have had to pull out of this year’s Festival. We wish Paul a speedy recovery and look forward to his anticipated return next year.

We are delighted to have Iona Fyfe and Luc McNally stepping in to open the Friday night concert! From Huntly, Iona is a finalist in BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2017 and one of Scotland’s finest young ballad singers. Luc is a singer and guitarist from England and together they showcase the rich wealth of British folk song and it’s regional variants.

Friday night’s headline act, two of Scotland’s most revered multi-instrumentalists, Mairearad green (accordion and bagpipes) and Anna Massie (guitar, banjo, fiddle) are a captivating duo, providing a highly energetic performance with a warm and friendly stage presence. Having played alongside each other for over ten years, they revel in an intuitive approach to each other’s music and almost telepathic communication, creating music more than the sum of just two parts.

Opening our Saturday night concert is Scottish traditional folk band The Rowies (fiddle, vocals, guitars, percussion). A young, up and coming band performing high energy jigs and reels and singing bothy ballads.

Saturday night’s headline act, Dallahan, call on their mixed Irish, Scottish and Hungarian heritage to create a unique and seamless musical montage, drawing in influences from jazz, funk, pop and classical music. Dallahan will push and pull you along on a musical journey, artistically transcending from tender and delicate songs from Transylvania, to relentlessly punchy Irish dance tunes littered with funk grooves and everything in between.

With two fantastic concerts, cookery demonstrations, a local market, open community garden, talks, debates, children’s activities and workshops all planned for the weekend, watch for more details to follow very soon!

Due to unforeseen circumstances, this is the new Festival Phone Number 07387395481

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