Local farmers market held on 1st Saturday of every month between 9-1pm in St Andrews
September 2016 Events
Events across Scotland in September 2016.
A market with a wide range of local produce and crafts, featuring over 20 stalls. Last Saturday of every month in Haddington in East Lothian
Famers Market in Montrose on the fiest Saturday of every month in Montrose and 2nd Saturday in Forfar
A Scottish Farmers market with a continental heart - quality local artisan crafts too! Open every Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
A fledgling festival of film, photography, art and literature in Britain's most westerly peninsula,The Three Lochs Book and Arts Festival is an important event.
Large local market held on first and last Saturday every month between 9-5 in Belmont Street
A new boutique festival celebrating Scotland at the movies with classic titles featuring major homegrown stars and the latest ventures by Scottish directors.
Two soldiers meet after the Battle of Stirling Brig from opposing sides - what happens? Historical drama that explores issues at Wallace Monument on various dates through the year. see webpage below
Re-enactments, stalls and lots of events in Largs including burning of the longship and battle re-enactment
The Festival line-up will once again serve up a real treat with a selection of special guests and event.
The the longest established walking festival in Scotland draws scores of walking enthusiasts and spectators alike.
A community arts festival for all ages featuring workshops, exhibitions and other creative activities. In September in St Monans in Fife.
The 5thThe Lammermuir Festival includes a musical extravaganza featuring many popular bands and artists including SCO, BBC SSO, Navarra Quartet, Philip Higham, Pure Brass, Dunedin Consort and more who will be performing at venues across East Lothian.
Celebrate crime writing in its various forms at the historical Old Town in Stirling in Scotland's first festival dedicated to crime fiction.
A Spectacular display of pipe bands, military bands, Highland dancers, youth ceilidh band and choirs also vignettes to mark the centenaries of the Battle of Jutland and the Battle of the Somme.
Open Studios Event in Dunbar and District, East Lothian, Scotland
This event is aimed at celebrating the cultural richness and diversity of Moray apart from enhancing the awareness of the natural beauty of Moray.
Festival of Music and singing in Aberdeen in September
The eighth edition of this local festival offers a wide range of authors and speakers for adults and children of all ages.
World famous sites provide an island setting for one of the world's oldest science festivals.
Local produce, crafts and gift market with local artwork, gifts and food. Every Friday from 25th March - 16th December
An interesting festival that celebrates different varieties of acoustic music, workshops in various instruments and more intimate pub sessions.
Tarbert is still mainly a free festival thanks to the sponsorship and is a great opportunity for music lovers to enjoy some fine music.
Local farmer's market held every Saturday in Wick between 09:30 till about 4pm. Arrive early for best produce. In Market Square
Blas festival comprises of more than 80 music, dance, film and food events over nine days in September across the Highlands and Islands.
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 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.
The seventh food and drink festival returns to the bonny banks with demonstrations and display of the best of Scottish and international cuisine.
A big festival that brings together some of the finest folk artists from all over.
A high quality artistic programme that brings Scottish and international musicians together in the unique location of Islay. The festival features a taste of Islay, so watch out for hand-dived scallops, crabs, chocolates, homebaking and of course, Lagavulin
3 days of cultural events in the old Stirling Gaolhouse. Was the Stirling Fringe Festival with a rebrand.
A popular walking festival that includes seven new walks, from easy to extremely strenuous, ranging from easy low level walks through interesting countryside to demanding multi-Munro days.
Set in the stunning venue of the grounds of Inveraray Castle, this family-friendly festival highlights the best in food, drink, craft, music and entertainments from the West of Scotland. From fine crafts to fine food and from local pipe bands to world-famous headline music acts, the programme offers something for everyone, including a range of children's activities, horse riding, archery and survival skills to tire the kids out.
The secluded nature of the Isle of Colonsay lends itself to an intimate folk festival, which is a firm favourite with many touring musicians.
Big band music, contemporary jazz and some very hot jazz and blues featuring a host of leading Scottish and international musicians. The centrepiece of the weekend is the Take Five programme, which offers five hours of jazz and blues on three stages in the centre of Lockerbie.