Celebrate Scotland’s national day on Sunday 26th November in the Fair City with the Scotland Street Marketplace.

Sample some of the finest food and drink from Scotland’s natural larder, while enjoying live performances from Scotland’s number one bagrockers the Red Hot Chilli Pipers, local duo The Mad Ferret Band, The Rod Stewart Songbook, Stevie McCrorie and many more. Hosted by broadcaster Grant Stott.

Red Hot Chili Pipers

The Rod Stewart Songbook

Stevie McCrorie

Mad Ferret

Grant Stott

Perth Pipe Band

Vale of Atholl Pipe Band

The Big Shoogle

Clanadonia

Click here to see timings for The Perth St Andrew's Day Scottish Festival

 

Stage Acts

 

Opening – Grant Stott – 12:00

Mo Run Presentations – 12:05

The Mad Ferret Band – 12:10

Stevie McCrorie – 12:50

The Big Shoogle – 13:40

The Rod Stewart Songbook – 14:45

Red Hot Chilli Pipers – 16:00

Perth Pipe Band and Vale of Atholl Pipe Band arrive with the Provost of Perth – 16:50

Speech by the Provost of Perth – 16:55

Perth Pipe Bands and Vale of Atholl Pipe Band Finale – 17:00

 

High Street Acts

 

Clanadonia – 14:00 | 15:00 | 16:00

Vale of Atholl Pipe Band – 15:30

 

 

There will be a huge variety of stalls from across the country displaying some of the best food and crafts in the land. Stalls attending include:

Craft Stalls

Adrift | Traditional Scottish crafts using driftwood plus jewellery; pictures with stags/Scottie dogs

Amy Britton Products | Tweed bags; purses

Cridhe Ghabhsainn | Tartan and tweed bags; notebooks; candles; cushions; knitted hats

Earthen Images | handmade pottery cats and dogs

Flat Rabbit | ceramics reflecting Scottish wildlife, countryside and coast. Wall hangings; croft tiles; croft brooches; mugs and jugs with a nautical theme and wader ornaments

McGregor Balfour Textiles | jute bags; shoppers and bottle bags

Olly Bobbins | tartan roses; brooches; pictures; Scottish themed favours; cards; tree hangers

Food & Drink to Go

Arbroath Smokies | fresh smokies and hot smoked trout

The Kitchen Farmer | beef & lamb burgers; chicken breast; bacon rolls; steak pies; chips

Procaffeinate | espresso coffees; hot chocolate and home baking

The Tow Bar | Scottish craft beer, cider and spirits; warm mulled cider; warm mulled apple juice (no alcohol)

Iconic Scottish Brand stall including Tunnocks Caramel Wafers; Mackies crisps/chocolate and more to be confirmed!

Food & Drink Stalls

Ann Davidson Butcher | various pies; Scotch eggs; black pudding; ready meals with traditional Scottish flavourings

Arran Cheese | hard and soft cheese from Arran

Cairn O’Mohr Fruit Wines | fruit wines; cider and non-alcoholic drinks sold by the bottle

Clootie McToot Traditional Dumplings | clootie dumplings vacuum packed & slices of dumpling

Cups ‘N’ Cakes by Monica | Scottish flavoured cupcakes (may have to cancel)

Jackie’s Cakes | traditional Scottish home baking – tray bakes, scones, tablet

Strathearn Cheese | pasteurised cow’s milk cheese and oatcakes

The Rookery | craft mead sold in bottles

Verdant Spirits | London Dry Gin (winner of Scottish gin of the year 2017)

Winebox Events | craft vodka and rum

Mackie’s Crisps | craft crisps made in Perthshire

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Getting Here

Perth is the most accessible city in Scotland with fantastic road, bus and rail links. Perth is location just 90 minutes from 90% of Scotland’s population.

Getting to Perth by Car

Perth is easily accessible by road from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Stirling and Inverness. There’s a wide range of safe and secure, short stay car parks within the city centre. We’re delighted to announce free parking all weekend in Perth & Kinross Council run car parks across Perth and Kinross this December. Find out more about parking in Perth City Centre at http://www.pkc.gov.uk/cityparking

Getting to Perth by Bus

Perth can be reached by a network of fast and reliable coach services. Travelling around Perth is easy by bus, with many fast and reliable services available, from all over the City.

Getting to Perth by Train

Perth Railway Station is a short walk from the city centre. There are regular services to and from Stirling, Dundee and Pitlochry, with a journey time of around 30 minutes.Direct trains to and from Edinburgh run at approximately two hourly intervals.

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