Perth Festival is one of the highlights in Scotland's cultural calendar including classical music, opera, drama, rock, folk and visual art in Perth Concert Hall and St John's Kirk.
22-25 May ArTay - contemporary art marquee
22 May English Touring Opera "The Magic Flute" full production, orchestra, set, costumes
23 May Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, Melanie C & Marc Almond - sold out
23 May Primavera Chamber Ensemble Carnival of the Animals
24 May Alison Moyet
24 May Glenfinnan Ceilidh Band
24 & 25 May Art on the River
25 May Perth Youth Orchestra
25 May The Brewin Dolphin Festival Concert Royal Liverpool Philharmonic & Vasily Petrenko
26 May London Classic Theatre "Entertaining Mr Sloane"
27 May The Sixteen "The Choral Pilgrimage"
28 May Reduced Shakespeare Company Complete Works of Shakespeare Abridged
29 May Mnozil Brass from Austria
30&31 May "Confessions of Gordon Brown" Ian Grieve - both sold out
30 May Scouting for Girls with Sienna
30 May Romantic Life of Frederic Chopin - Lucy Parham, Dame Harriet Walter & Henry Goodman
31 May Recital Colleen Nicoll
31 May Miloš Karadaglić & Royal Northern Sinfonia
1 June "Perthshire Cantata" Dougie MacLean and Friends
Please note 21 May Pocketful of Perthshire, Souter Library (19.30 not 14.30)
Dates of Future Festivals
21st - 31st May 2015
19th -29th May 2016
Saturday 19th April 2014
Now in its 43rd year Perth Festival is one of the oldest continuously running arts festivals in Scotland. Don't miss The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Vasily Petrenko and a new commission by Police drummer Stewart Copeland. Read more ...
Tuesday 4th March 2014
The Festival is delighted to announce that Alison Moyet will perform at Perth Festival on Saturday 24th May in Perth Concert Hall. Tickets are £32.
Tuesday 18th February 2014
The British pop band, who 6 years ago took the country by storm with their witty lyrics and catchy pop songs, will play at Perth Festival on Friday 30th May. Tickets £19.50.
Saturday 30th November 2013
Van Morrison, Jools Holland, Sir James Galway, Admiral Fallow will all headline the Festival. The Festival will also stage three operas, host a world-class choir, a Russian Gala Concert, stage some Scottish contemporary music and so much more...
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