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Scottish Traditional Music and Ceilidh Trail

Traditional music is a huge part of Scottish culture, and it's safe to say, rarely a quiet affair.

So, what happens when you mix traditional music with a spot of dancing and quality food & drink? ... You get some proper nights out in Glasgow and Oban on Scotland's west coast.

Glasgow Trad Trail

Join Glasgow Music City Tours on a guided walking tour as they explore Glasgow’s traditional music scene followed by a Scottish dining experience at popular Mharsanta.

Taking place every Saturday evening throughout April-September, the package features:

  • One-hour guided walk listening to tales of Glasgow’s traditional music from the folk revival of the fifties and sixties to Celtic Connections.
  • A two course dinner at a popular Scottish restaurant and bar, where you will enjoy a warm welcome and hearty, home-style cooking made from locally sourced ingredients plus a wide range of Scottish spirits and beers.
  • 90 minute trad music session combining traditional tunes with contemporary folk numbers.

Enjoy an authentic taste of Glasgow's culture, music and foodie scene.

Enjoy a real ceilidh experience in Oban

Oban is the capital of West Highlands and at the heart of Scotland's dynamic traditional music scene.

The View's regular ceilidh nights on a Monday or Thursday evening is a remarkable experience.

Enjoy an evening of fun as expert guides lead you through two hours of toe-tapping tunes, ceilidh dances and world-class solo performances of bagpiping and Highland dancing.

Beware: it's pretty easy to get hooked!

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