Callander Jazz and Blues Festival 2018 Overview
The Callander Jazz and Blues Festival is the largest rural Jazz & Blues festival in Scotland and is firmly established on the UK festival map. First held back in 2006, the festival has grown every year, 2017 saw over 50 gigs at 15 venues, performing live jazz, blues, soul and boogie over 3 days. From solo artists to 21 piece big bands, over three hundred musicians ensured a long weekend of great music in the autumn splendour of the Trossachs.
Callander Jazz and Blues Festival 2018 Event Info
The Callander Jazz and Blues Festival is now firmly established on the UK Festival map and is one of the largest rural music festival events in Scotland. Visit the Heart of Scotland and experience a weekend of first class entertainment amongst the early autumn splendour of the Trossachs.
The musicians taking part in this year's festival event have been carefully selected so that visitors to the event can enjoy more or less every style of live Jazz and Blues Music.
Some of this year's performers are making their debut, others have been invited back by popular demand, but they all have a single aim and that is to provide you with a feast of live musical entertainment.
From solo artists to 21 piece big bands and everything in between with over three hundred musicians that will ensure a long weekend of great music here in the autumn splendour of the Trossachs.
Callander Jazz and Blues Festival 2018 Travel Info
Callander is the eastern ‘gateway’ town within The Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The town is on the A84 about 15 miles from Junction 10 (Stirling) off the M9.
The Trossachs is a well known tourist destination with Aberfoyle to the South and Callander to the North and both are well signposted on all the major routes as you drive through Central Scotland.
Glasgow : 41 miles
Edinburgh : 51 miles
Dundee: 60 miles