The Ryder Cup - one of the biggest sporting events in the world will take place in September 2014 at the PGA Centenary Course at Gleneagles.
September 2014 Events
Events across Scotland in September 2014.
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.
A Scottish Farmers market with a continental heart - quality local artisan crafts too!
Open every Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
Helix day festival is a free outdoor event that offers a wide range of activities for walkers, runners, horse riders, cyclists, historical societies, school children and more.
Using simple bows and arrows, practice your target-hitting skills in between learning to make fire and sitting by the Crannog hearth.
2014 marks the 40th anniversary of Knockhill Racing Circuit, Scotland's National Motor Sport Centre. The 2014 Knockhill Racing Circuit will feature Formula Ford, Legends, Minis, Sports & Saloons, Classic Sports & Saloons, Fiesta XR2s and STs. There is always plenty of action to keep you entertained.
Local produce, crafts and gift market with local artwork, gifts and food.
School holiday festival that introduces children to animals with fun events & quizs
The 22nd annual line dance festival on Bute, offers a musical feats to the spectators who can enjoy country, blues, Irish and Latin tunes from bands like Calico and Magill. The weekend is open to all dancers, no matter what level of expertise.
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.
Explore a full range of whiskies and exclusive ale. Open seven days a week. Holidays: 25th and 26th of December and the 1st and 2nd of January.
More than 100 foodie events, activities and experiences taking place across Dumfries & Galloway.
Join us for our annual Scottish Real Ale festival at the Scottish Real Ale shop and The Lade Inn. Sample a selection of wonderful Scottish real ales, Ciders and live music at the weekends.
A week-long celebration of the ancient Viking heritage of Scotland and in particular of Largs, where the Vikings were finally defeated and driven out in 1263.
Re-enactments, stalls and lots of events in Largs including burning of the longship and battle re-enactment
Lanarkshire’s Deep Fried Film Festival can claim to be the only event that hands out movie honours named after fish shop favourites. Deep Fried Film raises money for several charities by donating all money raised for their screenings.
The the longest established walking festival in Scotland draws scores of walking enthusiasts and spectators alike.
Though it is a festival with South Asian roots, it’s a truly international celebration of cultures. World music, dance, fashion, food and fun spread over four areas of the Main Music Stage, the Mela World Dance Feste (newly established in 2012), the Mela Mix stage and the Mela Kidzone.
The Mela Global Food Village caters to your taste buds after taking in all the sights and sounds.
A range of musical, literary and artistic events with a fringe drawing on the talents of the local creative community. Last year ran the gamut from Kate Adie to the Red Hot Chilli Pipers and this year will offer a similar programme of favourite names from across the genres.
World famous sites provide an island setting for one of the world's oldest science festivals.
The Forth Bridges Festival will draw over 100,000 local, national and international visitors over a 10 day period. The festival in celebration of the 50th birthday of the iconic Forth Bridge.
The Festival line-up will once again serve up a real treat with a selection of special guests and event.
Traditional Highland Games featuring pipe band contest, Highland dancing, heavy competitions and stalls and trade stands.
Dedicated to the memory of Shetland jazz guitarist William Johnson, the Peerie Willie Guitar Festival celebrates traditional guitar music in all its forms, with a particular emphasis on the jazz guitar accompaniment style that Johnson pioneered.
The seventh food and drink festival returns to the bonny banks with demonstrations and display of the best of Scottish and international cuisine.
The British Science Festival is one of Europe's largest celebrations of science, engineering and technology, with over 250 events, activities, exhibitions and trips taking place over a week in September.
Blas festival comprises of more than 80 music, dance, film and food events over nine days in September across the Highlands and Islands.
A fantastic FREE event is Glasgow's way of celebrating its buildings, streets, architecture, history and above all about itself.
Braemar Gathering attracts competitors and spectators from all over the World. The annual attendance is around 16,000 and normally members of the Royal Family attend during some of the events.
Cookery demonstrations, farmers markets and activities celebrating national produce.
An amateur race to the summit of Scotland's highest mountain, for the experienced hill runners only.
Annual music festival to help fund educational opportunities for disadvantaged children in the poorest and most remote regions of Nepal.
Traditional Highland gathering and sports events attended by members of the Royal Family.
Pedal for Scotland is Scotland's biggest and best bike ride and is conducted from Glasgow and Edinburgh on a choice of routes.