Music Show Scotland Preview

Scottish music festival preview

Music Show Scotland is coming to The SSE Hydro in Glasgow in April 2019 so what is it and what can you expect?

Music Show Scotland is a huge event which combines Celtic music and dance with impressive dance elements, humour and excitement.  Over 200 pipers, drummers, dancers, musicians and vocalists, will be taking part making this one of the largest indoor Scottish music productions in the world.

Over 200 pipers, drummers, dancers, musicians and vocalists, will be taking part

The show will be performed in front of an imposing castle decorum of 15 meters high and 40 meters wide. Comprising several floors, towers and battlements. The sound of pipes, drums, brass and woodwind alongside emotion-filled ballads from singers will keep hold of the audience for the 3 hours of the show.

Scottish music festival preview

As well as traditional music there will also be modern rock and pop blended into the evening.  This will also be reflected in the choreographies with Scottish Highland dancers and Irish step dancers creating some modern routines.

Scottish music festival previewThe idea of Music Show Scotland started in the Netherlands with The “Highland Valley Pipes and Drums”, located in Borculo, The Netherlands.  The Group organised “Celtic Nights” which we extremely successful and popular with many visitors to the area. The idea grew and was expanded by Beerten Events who started the “Music Show Scotland” event.   This event has now grown to become the largest Scottish indoor show in the World. It is that large that there are ten trucks required to transport the life-sized castle, consisting tonnes of steel and wood, including the complete light and sound equipment.

Scottish music festival previewFind out more here – https://musicshowscotland.com/


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