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From city concerts to village galas, Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley hosts a variety of events and festivals.
From Highland games during the summer months to partying in style at Stirling Castle on Hogmanay, there’s a wide variety of events taking place.
Enjoy arts and culture events where you can visit artists' studios, find out more from your favourite crime authors or listen to the best in jazz and blues music. Explore what's on at Falkirk's annual Tryst Festival, a celebration of the local arts scene, or discover a variety of exciting events at the Stirling Fringe, a newly established boutique arts festival.
Sample fine Scotch whiskies from all across the country at the Spirit of Stirling Whisky Festival, held in May.
Enjoy a day out packed with time-honoured traditions and thrilling competitions at Highland games, such as Loch Lomond Highland Games or the historic Luss Highland Games.
Loch Lomond also hosts the Great Scottish Swim, where brave swimmers take to the loch to complete distances of half a mile, one mile or two miles.
Finish the year in style by celebrating Hogmanay at Stirling Castle with live music and magnificent fireworks set against a beautiful backdrop.
Browse the information listings and plan your trip to an event or festival in Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley.
English singer songwriter performs old favourites and new songs.
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A contemporary take of Donizetti's masterpiece.
The festival is now in its 8th year and takes place in three highly intimate venues over three nights in Kinlochard the Trossachs.
Award-winning comedy half-man-half-Xbox!
Festival of the arts in Stirling.
Swim 5km on the loch.
Experience Doune Castle following the final Jacobite victory at Falkirk in 1746.
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