Scotland events highlights for the month of September include the Braemar Gathering, the Dundee Flower and Food Festival, and the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run.
Possible cancellations or postponements. Please check with the venue/event organiser for updates.
Scotland Events September 2021….
Largs Viking Festival
28th August – 5th September 2021, Largs
A great family event celebrating the Viking heritage in Largs, notably the Battle of Largs of 1263, which was the scene of the last Viking invasion in the UK.
Walk Together To Help Stop Bowel Cancer
Charity event: We walk through the heart of the city and journey through Edinburgh’s hidden asset, The Water of Leith. Discover the wonderful gems in Scotland’s capital.
Dundee Flower And Food Festival
Say hello to Autumn with fabulous displays of floral art with the Flower and Food Festival. Nurseries and garden centres will be there, and a craft fair.
Distilled Food & Drink
3rd – 4th September 2021, Speyside
Spirit of Speyside hosts award-winning brewers, gin crafters, food producers and more.
The Braemar Gathering
4th September 2021, Braemar
Possibly the most popular of all the Highland Games in the world, and the only one which guarantees the presence of a member of the royal family. Track events and displays, pipers and dancers.
The Dog Lover Show
4th -5th September 2021, SEC, Glasgow
Brilliant performances and displays from some of the most talented dogs in the UK.
Perthshire Open Studios
4th – 12th September 2021, Perthshire
This event involves artists and craft makers across Perthshire and Kinross-Shire opening up their work spaces: studios, garages, kitchens, etc., to the public.
Nairn Book & Arts Festival
Look out for our roving poet, who will pop up in unexpected places, alongside a raft of brilliant authors, exceptional musicians and a host of events to keep you entertained.
Stranraer Oyster Festival
10th – 12th September 2021, Stranraer
Top chefs, inspiring speakers, amazing entertainers and some of the world’s leading oyster experts come together for the Stranraer Oyster Festival, a seafood celebration on the shores of Loch Ryan.
Pitlochry Highland Games
11th September 2021, Pitlochry
Everthing you would expect at a Highland games event. Highland dancing, pipers, track and field events, grand pipe band contest for grades 1 to 4 and novice juvenile, and a grand finale of massed pipe bands.
Take a walk for your chosen charity. Choose from the Mighty Stride, the Big Stroll, or the Wee Wander.
Gin, Fizz & jazz
TBC, The Castle Rooms, Uddingston
Live music from Georgia Cecile Smith and her band, plus a glass of fizz on arrival, 2 course supper and 2 complimentary gins
One Big Day
TBC, Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh
Mobility Scheme: Huge range of cars, adaptions, Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles (WAVs), scooters and powered wheelchairs on display. Free admission and parking.
Disney On Ice
TBC, Intu Braehead, Glasgow
High-flying jumps, breath-taking skating and lovable Disney friends.
Newmilns Arts & Crafts Festival
TBC, Jamieson Park, Newmilns
Over 80 stalls of arts & crafts vendors and community groups, a demonstration area, a 400 capacity Tearoom serving Afternoon Tea and a licensed Bar.
Memory Walks In Scotland
Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen, Arbroath, The Borders, Forth Valley, Ayrshire, and more. Find a memory walk near you.
Scotlands Trade Fair
TBC, SEC, Glasgow
Clothing, Textiles, Jewellery, Fashion Accessories, Clan Products, Bath & Body, Stationery, Giftware and Gift Food.
TBC, Cowal, Argyll & Bute
The largest walking festival in Scotland. Cultural events, arts & walking to celebrate the natural world, mountains, lochs and woodland.
Wigtown Book Town Festival
Known as Scotland’s national book town, Wigtown hosts the festival with over 250,000 books. a great chance to meet some of the country’s renowned writers.
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MAJOR EVENTS IN SCOTLAND ….
Edinburgh Military Tattoo: You’ll have to book your Edinburgh Military Tattoo tickets early if you want to see this magnificent spectacle, and internationally acclaimed event, set against the backdrop of Edinburgh Castle.
Edinburgh Fringe Festival: One of the world’s largest arts events, the Festival stages more than 2,000 shows in hundreds of theatres, and a lot more.
Edinburgh Hogmanay: Year after year the Hogmanay street party brings something new: Torchlight Procession, Carnival, Street Theatre and more.
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