The year-long programme of events will be celebrating the very best of Scotland’s food and drink, our fantastic active and natural resources as well as our creativity, culture and ancestral heritage.
March 2014 Events
Events across Scotland in March 2014.
A Scottish Farmers market with a continental heart - quality local artisan crafts too!
Open every Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
watch some keenly contested rugby matches in Edinburgh.
School holiday festival that introduces children to animals with fun events & quizs
Scotland Sings takes place throughout the year, giving visitors the chance to sing in public through a series of events around the country.
The stall holders from the Angus Farmers' Market will be looking out their tartan bonnets to take part in the Tartan Week festivities. This is a chance to celebrate Scottish people, heritage and culture and of course to sample all the market brings with first class local produce.
The festival has a range of adult and children's competitions in music, speech, dance, piping, Gaelic song and verse, and traditional folk music.
Celebrating International Women’s Day, 8 Mar, with almost three weeks of events, drama, discussions and workshops. The festival also launches the centenary celebrations of one of Dundee's notable daughters, Mary Lily Walker.
Crickhowell Walking Fesival is well suited for walkers of all skills and age groups.
The only regular festival dedicated to poetry in Scotland, StAnza is international in outlook and now widely recognised as a major poetry festival in the UK and in Europe.
Scotland’s biggest motorcycle show at Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre features all the latest models and major manufacturers, as well as some breathtaking live action.
The 89th Ayrshire Music Festival will take place from 10th to 21st March 2014. It aims to represent the range of performing arts locally, to raise the quality of performance and to create the performers and informed audiences of the future.
Aberdeen Jazz festival which is being held from 12th to 17th February and 12th to 17th March will feature over 30 bands that will perform at free and ticketed events across the city. Topping the bill are Ruby Turner, the soul sensation voice of Jools Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra; Mud Morganfield, eldest son of legendary bluesman, Muddy Waters; and the powerhouse saxophonist, Courtney Pine.
The biggest comedy festival in Europe with over 370 shows, hilarious local talent and international acts. Various venues.
Galloway Antiques Fairs have been organising quality antiques and fine art fairs for around two decades.
Experience the thrill of two fun multi-terrain trail runs, The Deerstalker (5km) and The Mighty Deerstalker (10km),which return to the Scottish Borders.
Edinburgh People's Theatre founded in 1943 by well known Scottish Playwright Andrew P. Wilson, focuses on fostering local talents.
The Annual Niel Gow Festival was established in 2004 to celebrate the life and music of Perthshire's fiddle legend.
Scottish Beauty is the only professional beauty event of its kind taking place in Scotland and is an important attraction the Scottish beauty calendar.
A festival of one-act plays performed by drama groups from all over Argyll
Whitehall Theatre Dundee Scout Gang Show is a variety show of musical numbers and comedy sketches performed by a cast of over 100 boys and girls who are members of the Scout Association in the City of Dundee and assisted by almost 100 helpers.
Glasgow Art Fair is a brand new exciting international fair in the month of March
RYA Scotland Spring Championships will be held on 29-30th March 2014 at Largs Yacht Haven, in Largs.
Aye Write, Glasgow's book festival to be held from 14th to 22nd March 2014 is one of the leading literary festivals in the UK