An afternoon of local North East songs, stories and tunes with acclaimed musicians, singers, poets and storytellers.
Join Tarland Food and Music Festival for this rousing concert celebrating the community, language and cultural identity of the North East of Scotland through music, songs and stories.
A group of talented creatives – multi-instrumentalists Hamish Napier and Arthur Coates, fiddler Paul Anderson, Scots singer and fiddler Shona Donaldson, and poet and traditional ballad singer Sheena Blackhall – will perform local music and song with accompanying stories specific to Deeside and the North East and the fishing, farming and travelling communities who have lived and worked in the area.
Hear old stories and folklore as well as new pieces which were written as part of The Dee and Don Ceilidh ‘Collective Our Living Rivers and Glens’ Project and inspired by local people, nature, places and myths.
Tickets are £5 for adults / free for under 16s.