Upcoming tours, festivals and special events

World's Biggest Coffee Morning

Host a coffee morning wherever you can as part of a national event and ask friends/ colleagues for donations to help improve cancer care facilities.

Black Moth

Heavy metal and stoner rock outfit from Leeds.

Wilco

Respected alt.country-turned-classic troubadour outfit who recently worked with Mavis Staples on her latest album.

Scottish Opera Emerging Artists

Platform for young singers, organised by Scottish Opera.

St Andrews Chorus

St Andrews Chorus is Scotland's largest choral society.

St Salvator's Chapel Choir

St Salvator's Chapel Choir is the flagship choir of St Andrews University, and sings works from the choral repertoire of the past 500 years.

St Andrews Madrigal Group

The University of St Andrews Madrigal Group was founded in 1946 and is one of the oldest vocal groups in St Andrews, as well as entirely student-run.

CSF Wrestling

Body slams and smack downs aplenty in this adrenaline fueled live wrestling action.

High Heels and Horse Hair

Dynamic violin/cello duo of Alice Rickards and Sonia Cromarty, who when not appearing with their respective ensembles (BBC SSO & Daniel's Beard) play duo music together and make up two thirds of the Beinn Artair Piano Trio; their imaginative approach to repertoire and venue earned them an EMS Residency Award for…

TechFest

TechFest continues to make science, technology, engineering and mathematics fun and accessible to children and young people of all ages. A highlight of the public programme is the Activity Weekend, offering workshops, presentations and shows.

Nazareth

Dunfermline mane-shakers from the 70s who could still show younger bands a thing or two about rock. Frontman Dan McCafferty has retired from live work and is replaced by new singer Carl Sentance.

Garage Nation

Garage music club night.

Regime

Rap-rock quintet from Bristol.

Liza Pulman Sings Streisand

Liza Pulman pays homage to the great Barbra Streisand.

Jess & the Bandits

Country rock outfit from both sides of the Atlantic, fronted by Texan vocalist, Jessica Clemmons.

Singing for Joy

Come along and have a go, no matter how great or small your singing talent, at this weekly group led by Fiona and Mark Hope.

The Cumnock Hour

The festival's annual talk on music-related subjects.

Sax Ecosse

Sax Ecosse is a saxophone quartet formed in 2004. The current lineup is Karen Dufour, Michelle Melvin, Gillian Skingley and, since 2015, Jay Cappernauld.

Steven Osborne

Solo recital by the celebrated pianist.

Preston Reed

Fusing blues, folk, funk and jazz to create aural pictures of Americana, the Girvan-based American is widely recognised as one of the world's most gifted acoustic guitarists.

After the Flood

Brackley rock band that performs originals and covers.

Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom

  • Directed by: Richard Lewis
  • Written by: Mani Svavarsson (music)

Richard Lewis' adaptation of the award-winning television animation set in a miniature world of fairies, elves and insects. The production features original music by Mani Svavarsson, with original lyrics by Matt Lewis.

Apollo Syndrome

Four-piece pop punk covers band from Oxfordshire.

Daliso Chaponda

Malawian stand-up comedian who came third in Britain's Got Talent.

The Suggestibles

Improv five-piece transforming audience suggestions into hilarious skits and sketches.

The Silencers

Veteran Scotrockers in their original line-up.

Mix Master Mike

American turntablist well-known for his work with the Beastie Boys.

Seb Fontaine

Renowned master mixer Fontaine shakes things up with a night of dance and trance tunes.

Mungo's Hi Fi

Glasgow reggae institution and their full soundsystem.

Sam Outlaw

Country sounds from LA.

The Cake & Bake Show

The UK's biggest baking show, delighting all sweet-toothed cake connoisseurs with celebrity chefs, demos, workshops and markets.

Sleep

Lysergic stoner rockers from San Jose, who reunited a few years ago.

The Britpop Reboot

The Britpop Reboot Tour, brings back the very best of the Britpop era with tributes to Oasis, Blur and Pulp.

Bill Ryder-Jones

The alt rock singer-songwriter from Warrington.

Tom Baxter

Mainstream singer-songwriting with a folk edge from David Gray's old mucker Baxter.

Local Natives

Four-piece indie rock band from California.

Bernard Hoskin

Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.

The Kubricks

Ska band from London.

New Focus Quartet

Quartet featuring Euan Stevenson (piano) and Konrad Wiszniewski (sax).

Pulled Apart By Horses

Alternative rockers who've supported Biffy Clyro, Foals and Muse.

Generations

Metal covers band, inspired by Black Sabbath, Sylosis, Heart Of A Coward, Of Mice & Men, Periphery, Texas In July, Miss May I and Devil You Know,

TooREX

Don your platform heels and go back to the glory days of glam rock with T-Rex tribute act TooREX.

Dusherra

Indian festival with both Indian and Scottish music and dance, a dedicated children's marquee and food stalls serving Indian cuisine. After dark there is a firework display and burning of demon effigies.

Steve Tilston

Liverpudlian singer-songwriter and highly skilled guitarist.

Elliot Galvin

Young jazz pianist and composer with his trio.

I Fagiolini

British solo voice ensemble specialising in Renaissance and contemporary works.

The Jimmy Shand Story

Brandon McPhee leads a celebration of the life and music of the Scottish accordion player. Narration by film and TV star Dave Anderson.

Jagged Little Pill

Alanis Morisette tribute.

Bis

Local hero electro-poppers of yore (the mid-90s) return.