Upcoming tours, festivals and special events
The Rhythm Kings
The Rhythm Kings, featuring Beverley Skeete, perform foot-stomping R&B and soul.
Glasgow Festival of Burlesque
A festival celebrating the very best in the art of cabaret, with workshops and performances throughout the programme.
After being seen by more than 200 millions viewers on Britain's Got Talent, Oakes' modern take on magic and illusion has seen him travel the world performing.
Of Britrockers InMe, but dropping the jagged rock for a bit of acoustic these days.
Orchestra group re-imagining the work of some of the best names in the music industry.
Dead by Dawn
The Filmhouse's horror fest hosts a selection of premieres, classics, short films and special guests.
The distinguished pianist and teacher has made numerous recordings, including the complete works for piano of Erik Chisholm. McLachlan celebrates Beethoven’s 250th birthday in this live stream concert.
Four-piece electropunk band from the Netherlands.
After the successful launch of Playground Festival in 2019, the three-day music event returns to Glasgow's southside for year two with Underworld and Nightmares on Wax confirmed as the first acts.
Suzuki Presents At The Drive-in
Suzuki presents a series of drive-in screenings of 80s classics and blockbusters films followed by live entertainment.
A massive celebration of the culture of traditional music and Gaelic in the Highlands of Scotland.
Book Week Scotland
A 'national book festival' for Scotland courtesy of Creative Scotland, the Scottish Book Trust and many other collaborators across the country. A packed programme of star-studded author events, kids' activities and the distribution of free books all combine to form a week-long national celebration of reading.
EFG London Jazz Festival
London's biggest jazz music festival takes place in various venues around the city.
Oban Winter Festival
The coastal town gets frosty with a series of activities, films and light shows to celebrate the fluffy white season that carries the year to a close. There's even a chance Santa might stop by, when he gets a break from all that present preparation.
Scots Fiddle Festival
An exciting, fiddle-fuelled weekend with concerts, recitals, workshops, talks, stalls, sessions, festival clubs, and ceilidhs.
Bay Area metal stalwarts that helped usher in a new wave of thrash on classic album Burn My Eyes (1991) but expanded their sound on scope on 2006's The Blackening.
English punk and folk singer-songwriter who began his career as the vocalist of post-hardcore band Million Dead, then embarked upon a primarily acoustic-based solo career.
Huntly Hairst Food and Farming Festival
A community festival featuring a wide variety of things to see and to do which are all connected to the culture and life of Huntly's farming community. Local musicians provide the backdrop to a series of literature and foodie events. Among competitions for cooking and baking the hotly contested World Stovies Championships…
Scottish Music Awards
An evening honouring Scottish musicians and raising funds for music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins.
Blur's Damon Albarn and artist Jamie Hewlett created this beloved British virtual band which released its self-titled debut in 2001. The band primarily consists of four animated members: Stuart '2-D' Pot, Murdoc Niccals, Noodle and Russel Hobbs.
Two-yearly festival of contemporary art commissioned from artists around the globe and including exhibitions in traditional gallery spaces, plus unique site-specific installations and live performance art. The 2021 festival will include a director’s programme of larger-scale commissions and exhibitions, as well as Across…
The Twilight Sad
Melancholic soaring sounds from indie rock band Twilight Sad.
The Wee G
Virtual trad music festival streamed live from the banks of Loch Goil.
Sharp-suited electro pop duo from Manchester who have their own opera singer mascot.
The five-piece from Motherwell, Glasgow, performs eclectic hip hop, noise pop and rock.
Sarah Millican: Control Enthusiast
You'll know her face from talking about cake and cats on the telly, so here's another chance to see the Millican phenomenon in full flight live on stage.
Drambusters Whisky Festival
A festival celebrating the water of life. Meet the makers and celebrities of the whisky world and have a wee dram of a range of malts and other spirits.
Vampires Rock: The Ghost Train
Steve Steinman's musical mixes comedy with rock music and, naturally, the undead.
Slop pop music from the New York duo.
Rhythm'n'blues veterans from the 70s, whose unhinged sound inspired the early punk acts, but who now have the dubious honour of no longer featuring any original members.
Jim Jones & the Righteous Mind
Rock noise from the five-piece.
The BBQ, grilling and music fest has been running for nearly a decade in New York, so it's high time the meat-focused event traversed the ocean.
Gospel-tinged power shrouded in soulful subtlety.
A cast of clowns use water, cobwebs, bubbles and dry ice to create a world of wonder in which a bed becomes a boat, a web of cotton envelops the audience and one tiny piece of paper begins a blinding snowstorm.
The Saltire Festival
A festival of music, culture and heritage. East Lothian is the birthplace of the Scottish Flag and The Saltire Festival celebrates this fact alongside St Andrew's Day.
Get your fill of festive wooden toys, meaty sausages and hot drinks at twinkly festive market stalls across the city.
Beautiful, complex organic sounds from this solo project from Benjamin John Power (Fuck Buttons).
The Chemical Brothers
The Chemical Brothers mix up their usual psychedelic blend of electro, house and rock with slightly less potency these days.
Beat the Frog
Amateur acts test out their skills.
Aynsley Lister Band
The Leicester-born guitarist and his band performs a lively mixture of contemporary blues and rock.
London Community Gospel Choir
Known for their gospel flair, soulful arrangements and invigorating choreography, the choir lend their impressive collective voice to soul, swing and blues as well as classic gospel songs.
Light Up A Life
Come together to remember and pay tribute to those that have been loved and lost.
Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room
Witty jokes and pop culture observations from the Canadian stand-up and TV star.
The musical story of the 60s, packed with classic hits including 'Roll Over Beethoven', 'Do Wah Diddy', 'Tired of Waiting For You', 'You Really Got Me', 'Keep on Running', 'Sweets for my Sweet' and more.
Emotional pop and acoustica from the Georgia-born singer-songwriter, who is accompanied for this one-off tour by the 24-piece Gori Women's Choir, who are masters of the ancient Georgian tradition of polyphonic singing.
The terribly nice young Pop Idol graduate who has been one of the few to almost entirely shake the shackles of reality TV to emerge a solid popster in his own right.
This pop up baby and children's market features stalls manned by mums selling to other mums. Buy and sell children's clothes and maternity wear, equipment, toys and prams. Sellers must book a stall in advance.
The cosmopolitan pop and classical crossover group performs a selection of songs from West end and Broadway musicals.
Edinburgh International Magic Festival
MagicFest presents a virtual programme of close-up conundrums, mind-boggling illusions, comic cabaret and other feats of the impossible. The festival features workshops as well as shows.
The 80s prog rockers, now fronted by Steve Hogarth.