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  • The Guildtown Bluegrass Festival, near Perth
    The Guildtown Bluegrass Festival, near Perth
  • An illuminated Perth Concert Hall at night, Perth
    Perth Concert Hall, Perth
  • The crowd facing the main stage at T in the Park, Scotland's biggest music festival
    The main stage at T in the Park, Scotland's biggest music festival

There is a fantastic selection of music, dance and theatre events hosted in Perthshire throughout the year. From West End shows to gigs by big name acts or intimate acoustic performances in unique venues, there’s a great variety of concerts, festivals, theatre productions and more to choose from.

Summer sees the arrival of Scotland’s biggest music festival T in the Park. Join the crowds as the biggest acts descend upon Balado for three days of unforgettable music. Other great events including the 11-day Perth Festival of the Arts held in May, which in recent years has seen appearances by everyone from Dame Kiri Te Kanawa to Van Morrison, and the Perthshire Amber Festival. Spearheaded by local singer-songwriter Dougie McLean, this hugely successful festival is held every autumn and hosts acoustic music in venues as diverse as Blair Castle and the Scottish Crannog Centre.

There are 14 Highland games held across the region during the summer months. Here you can watch traditional Highland sports like the hammer throw and the tossing of the caber, hear the rousing sound of bag pipes and see Highland dancers perform.

In the evening you can catch a performance at one of the region’s excellent performance venues. Perth boasts the modern Perth Concert Hall which offers a varied year-round programme featuring drama, music, comedy, dance, film, talks and more. The Pitlochry Festival Theatre, set against the picturesque backdrop of the rolling countryside of Highland Perthshire, is one of Scotland’s most esteemed theatrical institutions where you can enjoy classic works alongside new, cutting-edge productions.

Whatever time of year you choose to visit Perthshire, there are plenty of exciting music, dance and theatre events taking place across the region to keep you entertained.

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  1. Gradings

    Perthshire

    Acoustic concerts and heritage events, organised by Dougie MacLean.

    Dates

    30 Oct 2015 to 8 Nov 2015
  2. Gradings

    Perth

    Anya, Kevin and Gary (formerly of the Singing Kettle) present their latest musical sing-along show f

    Dates

    4 Jul 2015
  3. Gradings

    Perth

    An interactive show about the Scottish canal network.

    Dates

    30 May 2015 to 31 May 2015
  4. Solas Festival

    Type

    Music Event

    Gradings

    Perth

    An all-age weekend-long celebration of the arts.

    Dates

    19 Jun 2015 to 21 Jun 2015
  5. Calamity Jane

    Type

    Theatre Event

    Gradings

    Perth

    Jodie Prenger stars in this Watermill Theatre touring production.

    Dates

    14 Jul 2015 to 18 Jul 2015
  6. Gradings

    Perth

    A performance from the Horsecross Glee Juniors, Seniors and Gle Juniors and Seniors.

    Dates

    20 Jun 2015
  7. Rewind Festival

    Type

    Music Event

    Gradings

    Perth

    Enjoy 80s music and other entertainment in the grounds of Scone Palace.

    Dates

    24 Jul 2015 to 26 Jul 2015
  8. Home And Beauty

    Type

    Theatre Event

    Gradings

    Pitlochry

    A war-time comedy telling the story of a bigamist socialite.

    Dates

    4 Jun 2015 to 15 Oct 2015
  9. Gradings

    Pitlochry

    A satiric tale of wealth, status and identity in late Victorian England

    Dates

    16 Jul 2015 to 16 Oct 2015
  10. Mrs Riley And The Vampire

    Type

    Theatre Event

    Gradings

    Pitlochry

    It was perhaps the most bizarre pairing in the history of Cinema.

    Dates

    2 Jun 2015
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