The local concert and ceilidh kicks off the 25th Festival in the Village Hall.
Free but donations welcome.
Daytime performances and workshops
From 10.30am on Saturday and Sunday take your pick or enjoy them all!
- Travelling Jukebox
- Edinburgh Samba School
- Isle of Cumbrae Pipers
- Ian Douglas Storytelling
Saturday Line Up
Grand Concert and Ceilidh – Village Hall
Fred Morrison – Born and raised near Glasgow, it’s the celebrated Gaelic piping tradition of his father’s native South Uist, in the outer Hebrides, that forms the bedrock of Fred’s intensely expressive, uniquely adventurous style.
Image credit: www.fredmorrison.com
Take a group of the hottest contemporary fiddle players from the Highlands and Island of Scotland, mix with some wonderful piano and guitar arrangements and you’ve got the award winning Blazin’ Fiddles back to Jura for an amazing evening on their 20th Anniversary tour.
Image credit: www.blazinfiddles.com
Ceilidh – original Jura Ceilidh band
Pete Smoke and the Roches
Jura’s own super talented Pete Smoke and the Roches are supported by The Vallichs for a real rocking and rolling gig to remember.
Image credit: @Petesmokeandtheroaches on Facebook
Sunday Line Up
So happy to welcome back the amazing Skipinnish, Scots Trad Live Act of 2017. Supported by Rachel Walker and Archie Macallister.
Image credit: www.skipinnish.com
From the Distillery to the Big Marquee 9pm onwards
End the weekend on a high at the final fling ceilidh with Rhuvaal – a young traditional band from Argyll playing modern traditional music with a variety of instruments and songs.
Image credit: rhuvaalband.weebly.com/
Sunday – Open Mike in marquee and children’s performance
All free but feel free to donate!