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Festive jazz at Fire Station Creative, big band tunes in the Glen Pavilion, carols by candlelight and a performance of Handel’s Messiah at the Alhambra are all part of a brand new series of seasonal musical events being brought to Dunfermline this winter by Tutti Events. For tickets or for more information about any of these events, click here.
Big name band Alabama 3 famous for, among other things, providing the iconic theme tune to The Sopranos, come to Dunfermline on 23 April to play PJ Molloys. Tickets are £20 and are available here.
Young Finnish blues star Ina Forsman takes to the stage at the Carnegie Hall on Saturday 11 February with an ace band featuring Fife guitar great, Robbie Hill. Also on the bill for the ‘Blues Afternoon’ are The Troublemakers together with Dunfermline’s own Chris Agnew playing a set of boogie and blues. Lights Out By Nine perform for a one off show with ex-frontman and solo blues star Al Hughes
Great new tune from Dunfermline band Franco the Mighty. The band, Michael Williamson on vocals and guitar, Gregor MacEwen on bass, Scott Anstruther on lead guitar and Adam Law on drums, have just recorded a cracking new five track demo which you can listen to below. You can also check them out on Facebook and Twitter.
Gorgeous live classical music on Thursday 21 July as the Chamber Philharmonia of Cologne perform a repertoire of Vivaldi, Bach, Rossini, Paganini and Mozart in the atmospheric setting of Dunfermline Abbey. The show starts at 7.30 and tickets are available from the the Abbey and the Tourist Information Centre in Dunfermline .
On Friday 24 June, Dunfermline band Dancing on Tables have their biggest headline show to date at PJ Molloys – before heading to Glasgow for the opening night of King Tut’s Summer Nights 2016. The band, whose members are Robbie McSkimming Callum Thomas, Hamish Finlayson, Gregor Stobie and Michael Waterworth, recently won Best Live Music Act at Dunfermline Press Awards. Tickets for the Dunfermline gig are £5 and are available
Dunfermline’s Fresh Air Festival (28 May) is fast becoming one of the best events of its kind, ambitious in scale with a range of activities almost too long to list and yet with a simple, outdoorsy, low cost vibe that makes for a great day out. The Festival is held in the Public Park (not the Glen!) which is handy for both bus and train with the train stopping virtually in
Based in cafes in and around Dunfermline town centre, Cafe Music Live provides a friendly and relaxed live music environment for young performers. The concept is the brainchild of local live music organiser Jonathan Cairney who, as a teacher and a musician, was keen to provide both a platform for younger performers and a destination for young music fans. The ‘tea-time’ gigs are free and will feature vocalists, solo musicians,
Dunfermline’s brilliant one day music festival Weekend Revolution takes place this Saturday with a packed line up of great local bands and singer songwriters. Tickets are just £10 and are available here and at PJ Molloys. The Mona Lisa’s
Dunfermline’s Public Park is in many ways little changed from this Victorian image complete with bandstand. Thanks to some dedicated local activists, it still plays a key role in the life of the town with events and improvements happening throughout the year. This Saturday it plays host to the Fresh Air Festival, back for its third year and bigger and better than ever before. The festival is a fantastic free event