Perth Festival

15th - 27th May 2017
Box Office: 01738 621 031

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Jools Holland

Friday 19th May
Nigel Kennedy 2017

Nigel Kennedy

Sunday 21st May
Tosca 1

'Tosca' English Touring Opera

Thursday 18th May
Moscow Phil

Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra

Saturday 27th May
Martin Taylor and Alison Burns

Martin Taylor and Alison Burns

Wednesday 17th May
Treacherous O

Treacherous Orchestra, Rachel Sermanni, Adam Holmes and The Embers

Wednesday 24th May
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Tenebrae Choir

Saturday 20th May
Swinging at the Cotton Club 1st

Swinging at The Cotton Club

Tuesday 23rd May
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Scottish Opera Pop-up Opera Roadshow

Wednesday 24th May

Children's Classic Concerts

Saturday 27th May
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ArTay - contemporary Art Marquee

Thursday 18th May

Festival Service - Perth Youth Orchestra

Sunday 21st May

Perth Festival is the place to be in May 2017. It is one of the highlights in Scotland's cultural calendar. See big name stars including Nigel Kennedy and Jools Holland and a rich programme of classical music, opera, rock, jazz, folk, comedy and visual art in Perth Concert Hall and St John's Kirk. 

Tickets go on sale at 10am on 20th March for Friends and at 10am on 27th March for General Booking. Very easy to join the Friends online for only £10 for one year or more. 

2017 Festival Programme
See Programme or click on photos above for artists including Nigel Kennedy, Jools Holland, Chris Difford, Martin Taylor and Alison Burns, English Touring Opera Tosca, Moscow Philharmonic with Freddy Kempf, Tenebrae, Treacherous Orchestra, Rachel Sermanni, Adam Holmes and the Ember, Swinging at the Cotton Club  with more to be announced including rock and comedy. Our 2017 brochure will be available to Friends on the 20th March and to the public on 27th March.

More about Perth Festival - past artists Van Morrison, Jools Holland, KT Tunstall, The Proclaimers, Jack Bruce, Sharleen Spiteri, Don MacLean, Bryn Terfel, Nigel Kennedy, Nicola Benedetti, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa...   

Perth 2021 City of Culture Bid

We are delighted to support Perth's 2021 UK City of Culture Bid and are looking forward to being part of it all. 2021 will also be the Festival's 50th anniversary so expect a party...


View 2016 Festival Brochure


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