Posted by: tireecottage | June 28, 2010

Tiree Music Festival Update

Not long now until the very first ever Tiree Music festival.

Celebrating the best of Scottish & Celtic music, the Tiree Music Festival is a two-day open air event suitable for all ages held on the Isle of Tiree, part of Scotland’s stunning Inner Hebrides.  As well as an array of celtic music artists, the festival will include interactive workshops, a children’s ceilidh, whisky tasting, BBQs amongst many other activities and events – all of which will take place on the grounds of An Talla, Tiree’s community hall.

Tiree Music Festival will play a part in what is the biggest weekend of the year on Tiree. Festival goers will also be able to enjoy the experience of the Annual Agricultural Show on Friday 23rd July, while also burning off some calories at the Tiree Association Annual Sports Day on the afternoon of the 24th. Dubbed the ‘Hawai of the North’, the Island of Tiree boasts stunning beaches and fantastic water-sports conditions so anyone feeling brave can blow away the exertions of the festival with a spot of windsurfing!

TMF will be the biggest event ever held on Tiree and aims to provide an annual spectacle that will be highlight for locals and visitors of Tiree. The Festival Site at An Talla will contain 2 stages – the Main Stage located outside and the Indoor Stage located within the An Talla building. With hours of live music, workshops, barbeques, whisky tasting and much more – TMF is a weekend not to be missed! Click  here to be taken to the website.


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  1. Skerryvore are a great band, they have a new CD just released.


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