Killin Music Festival has released the last batch of tickets for their fourth annual festival, which runs from Friday 14 June through to Sunday 16 June.

The event takes place in the picturesque village of Killin, at the West end of Loch Tay. Ticket buyers have ploughed through the previous batches, so the final limited release of tickets is expected to go fast.

“It’s a perfect distance away for a day trip and we get to sleep in our own beds when we get home!”

“It’s the best value for money music festival we have attended so far”.

2018 festival goers

The festival offers some of the best music Scotland has to offer in one of the most beautiful places in the Highlands. Although the line-up is impressive, the event is scaled down, so that performances are intimate, and the bar areas are sociable (no mile-long queues to get your drink!). There is something for all tastes – from a relaxed seated concert to bouncing night-time shows. All events are indoors or under cover, so there is no need to fear the temperamental weather. There are also a variety of free fringe events taking place during the weekend, including the second festival stage, competitions and a craft fair. Festival goers will have a chance to take in the stunning scenery and warm hospitality the historic area has to offer.

For 2019 the festival welcomes the most exciting traditional music bands around, including headliners Trail West, Elephant Sessions and Siobhan Miller. This year sees different genres taking to the stage, including soul-funk phenomenon Tom McGuire and the Brassholes, and fresh indie band The 101. There will again be music in the Portnellan Tent from Headland, Dlù and Greig Taylor. Access to the tent is free of charge and perfect for a family day out. The tent will also be showcasing young talent from around Scotland. The full festival line-up can be found on the website.

Hurry now to make sure you get your hands on tickets for a fantastic weekend of music and merriment in the heart of Scotland.