Friday 21st June
from 7 p.m.
Our Midsummer Music celebration continues to grow. Join us for this very special celebration of the summer solstice in one of the most unique venues in Scotland!
PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
Live music in the Crannog, fire & smoke, woodland outdoor stage and much more.
Special guest performers:
Hannah Rarity - The 2018 winner of the BBC Radio Scotland's Young Traditional Musician of the Year award. Hannah will be performing songs influenced by the crannog collection.
Tatha - the recently formed group by 3 Perthshire musicians will be performing a composition inspired by the Iron Age crannog people, as well as ancient Scottish and Perthshire tunes.
The No Marks - a group of young musicians from Killin and the surrounding area will be playing on the woodland outdoor stage!
The Bridge that connects communities 2500 years apart
Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, inspired by the crannog and the lyre bridge, and connecting communities to the lyre and the music of the past. Let's put the music back into the crannog!
Midsummer bonfire and rituals
Gaelic invocation to the sun with Rena Gertz
Special museum curator workshop where the lyre bridge and whistle will be on display along with other 2500-year-old artefacts from our collection