One of Perthshire’s most famous sons has been recognised by a top music event.
The Rewind festival is set to become a permanent fixture on Perthshire’s events calendar.
MUSIC LEGENDS Van Morrison, Jools Holland and Sir James Galway have been revealed as headline acts for this year’s Perth Festival of the Arts.
A damp start failed to spoil the party atmosphere on the first day proper of T in the Park 2015. Crowds were in high spirits on Friday as they explored the new site at Strathallan and looked forward to a weekend of music. Photos by Steve MacDougall.
As festival-goers from across the country prepare to descend on Kinross-shire this weekend, T in the Park organisers say they expect the event to be “poignant”.
Crowds packed into T in the Park for the final Balado festival before the show moves to Strathallan Caste estate in 2015. Here are Courier photographer Kim Cessford’s photos from throughout the weekend. Photos by Kim Cessford.
In Heart of Darkness, Charles Marlow tells his crew of his travels to the Belgian Congo.
The artist described as Scotland’s most engaging and haunting singer-songwriter is to play Perth’s Southern Fried Americana Festival.
Thousands of retro revellers have made the annual pilgrimage to Perthshire to enjoy a weekend of nostalgia. Queues snaked across the grounds of Scone Palace on Friday as campers arrived for the Rewind Festival, which features an array of 80s stars on Saturday and Sunday. Look out for updates from the festival all weekend at www.thecourier.co.uk.