A north-east woman battling a rare cancer is holding a music festival with a difference next month.
The curtain has come down on Loopallu for the last time.
Inverurie will come alive with music this weekend as the town hosts the In-Tune festival.
Madness are offering public sector staff free tickets for their music festival later this month to celebrate the work they do.
The organiser of the "best fest in the west" has confirmed this will be its final year.
Argyll is gearing up to welcome thousands of visitors this weekend to the region's biggest outdoor live music event, Oban Live.
A music festival has been cancelled after a backlash over a change of venue left fans requesting refunds.
The debut of a new north music festival attracted revellers from every corner of the country at the weekend, hitting the right note with a mix of talented musicians and delicious local food.
A legendary Italian DJ has been announced as one of the headliners of a Moray festival which is returning to the north east after a successful inaugural event.
Entering the post-Brexit referendum UK for the Womad world music festival has become so “difficult and humiliating” that performers are giving up, the organiser has said.
Huge crowds danced the weekend away beneath blue skies as some legendary acts headlined an Aberdeen music festival.
Basement Jaxx and Faithless are set to headline this year's Enjoy Music festival at Hazlehead Park.
An Invergordon joiner who was stopped by police on his return from a music festival in Ullapool was disqualified from driving for a year yesterday.
An offshore worker’s bad dancing at a music festival led police to suspect he was on drugs.
The curtain has come down on what organisers are calling the last ever Loopallu festival. So we asked revellers what they will miss most about the wee festival with a big heart. To read more about the festival, click here: GALLERY: Is Loopallu really all over?
World-renowned musician Dame Evelyn Glennie has backed plans to launch two weekend festivals in the north-east.
Two outdoor festivals could be launched in the north-east, bringing tens of thousands of music lovers to the area.
Just days after the mud has dried out on the boots of those who attended this year’s sell-out Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival, music lovers from the Highlands and beyond will be pulling them on again, this time for Groove Loch Ness. Known as Scotland’s nightclub under the stars, the outdoor festival is being staged again this year following overwhelming positive feedback from last year’s inaugural event which saw a raft of international DJs help transform farmland at Dores, overlooking iconic Loch Ness, into a big non-stop musical party zone. Taking place on Saturday, August 20, from 2pm onwards, the impressive line-up of acts include DJ and acclaimed producer Duke Dumont, German DJ Alexander Ridha, better known by his stage name Boys Noize, Grammy-nominated DJ/producer Mark Knight, Glasgow-based Optimo and hot new production/DJ duo Camelphat. There will also be a tented arena at this year’s event which will include sets from Leon Vynehall, Dan Shake, Moxie, State of Grace, B2B, Let Us Play, Craigie Cartell and Hector’s House.
This year's Speyfest is just 100 days away and the Ceol Oirghialla ensemble of Celtic musicians have been confirmed as the latest act for the largest traditional event in Moray.