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Celtic Connections, Glasgow’s annual folk, roots and world music festival, will present two exceptional nights of entertainment at the Fan Zone Festival. Annually welcoming the world to Scotland every January, the 19-day event is renowned as Europe’s largest winter music festival, and tonight the festival is set to showcase some of Scotland’s finest musical exports.


Tide Lines

Tide Lines’ sound has been described as a combination of Celtic soul, folk philosophy and big guitars with the voice of a Gaelic angel. The band have been a resounding success on the festival scene, including headline slots at the Hebridean Celtic Festival and Belladrum Festival, where they were described as “one of the stand-out performances… a real highlight of the festival.”


Breabach celebrated their 15th anniversary in 2020 and throughout those 15 years the band have acknowledged and respected the origins of the music they play and their own roots, whilst embracing the future with new ideas and energy. This, combined with hard work and talent, has seen them develop into one of Scotland’s most exciting and successful folk groups.

Photo credit: Paul Jennings

Kinnaris Quintet

Kinnaris Quintet play uplifting, fresh, honest and powerful music with influences of traditional Scottish and Irish music, Bluegrass, Old-Time, Classical, and new compositions, harmonies, energy, and drive.

Thursday 24 June

Book your tickets

Tickets: £20 per table (up to 6 people)

Gates open: 17:00

Celtic Connections 2022 is set to take place between 20th January and 6th February.

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