Inverness is preparing to welcome a host of Scotland’s best-known musicians as part of a festival celebrating Gaelic culture in the north.
The programme for this year’s Gaelic music festival Blas has been revealed, with organisers promising ‘something for every member of the family'.
A thousand young people will take to the stage to sing an inspirational Gaelic song during a celebration of young musicians at a unique event in Inverness.
A festival celebrating the best the Highlands has to offer in the way of Gaelic culture, music, dance and food has opened across the region.
Organisers of the Blas Festival yesterday announced this year’s line-up and revealed young musicians and composers would play a prominent part of the event as part of Scotland’s Year of Young People.
A superstar of Irish traditional music has unveiled plans to play four concerts in the Highlands and Argyll as part of the Blas Festival.
With nine days of non-stop entertainment on offer, it’s time to blast off with Blas!, writes Susan Welsh
Some of the best musicians in Scotland are taking part in this year’s Blas Festival, and with more than 50 venues to choose from, there’s no excuse not to join the party, writes Susan Welsh