The Tarland Food and Music Day Festival is set to take place on the weekend of 26th and 27th September, offering a feast for all the senses.
The programme is extensive and it is advisable to book tickets in advance for some of the events, as they will have number restrictions.
In fact, you would be advised to stay in Tarland for the weekend, so as not to miss anything!
The weekend kicks off on the evening of Friday 26th September with a rare opportunity to hear the Wrigley Sisters, supported by Paul Anderson and some members of his extensive musical family.
Please spread the word to your friends and family. This will be a special evening, and a busy weekend.
Born and raised in the northern Scottish Orkney Islands, the twins began performing together when barely into their teens; Jennifer on fiddle, Hazel on guitar and piano. A decade or so later, their fan-base stretched around the world, built up through a hectic schedule of concert tours and festival appearances in Europe, the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the Far East.
The universal audience appeal of Jennifer and Hazel Wrigley reflects both the calibre of their music, a sparkling blend of traditional, contemporary and original material, invigorated with jazz, blues and ragtime flavours – and the effervescent charm of their performances.
The Wrigley Sisters will be performing at the MacRobert Hall, the Square, Tarland, AB34 4YL on Friday 26th September, starts at 7.30pm and the admission is £12.00. The gig is licensed, and your ticket price includes some lovely nibbles.
Tickets can be booked by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
or can be purchased from Strachans shop in Aboyne,
or from Sheila Lithgow, Tel 013398 87367
Further info including the full programme of events here.