Ullapool Guitar Festival 2018
Friday 6th to Sunday 8th October
All Concerts, Workshops, Late Club and the Trade Show take place in the Macphail Centre
Please note that the information given below may be subject to change and is not the final programme but at least it gives a feel for what is planned.
Friday 5th October 2018 7.30pm Start
Evening Concert featuring Brigitte DeMeyer, Johnny Dickinson and Amanda Cook
Friday Night Festival Club – Midnight till late @ The Macphail Centre with Adam Bulley, Chas Mackenzie and friends.
Saturday 6th October 2018
Workshops @ 10.00am
Tutors: Clive Carroll, Hugh Burns, John Goldie, Will McNicol, Tristan Seume, David Buckingham and others to be determined
Saturday Afternoon Concert 13.00 Start
Featuring John Tracey, Becky Langan, Steve Hicks and Gareth Pearson
Saturday evening Concert 7.30pm Start
Featuring Adam Bulley, Chas Mackenzie, Jule Malischke, Soenke Meinen and Clive Carroll
Saturday Night Festival Club – Midnight till late @ The Macphail Centre with Adam Bulley and Chas Mackenzie and of course friends.
Sunday 7th October 2018
Workshops @ 10.00am
Tutors: Hugh Burns, Will McNicol, Clive Carroll, Tristan Seume, John Goldie, Will McNicol, Tristan Seume, David Buckingham and others to be determined
Sunday Afternoon Concert 13.00 Start
Featuring Professor Allan Neave and students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, John Goldie and friends, Innes Watson and the Colloquium
Sunday evening Concert 7.30pm Start
Featuring Tim Edey, Aynsley Lister and David Buckingham Quartet
Festival Club – Midnight till late @ The Macphail Centre with Adam Bulley and Chas Mackenzie and lots of friends.
The Trade show runs throughout the whole of the Festival weekend. See the trade show page on the website for full details.
Food and refreshments on sale courtesy of the Ceilidh Place.
Ullapool Guitar Festival 2018 @ The Macphail Centre
5 Mill Street , Ullapool ,
T: 01854 613336
Date: 5th October - 7th October 2018
£150 for weekend tickets, £35 for single concert or £20 at the doorBook Tickets
The North Atlantic Drift passes Ullapool, bringing moderate temperatures. A few New Zealand cabbage trees are grown in the town and are often mistaken for palms.