|30th Sep 2022 to 2nd Oct 2022|
|see event website for details|
|See Callander Jazz and Blues Festival website for details|
|Event organiser/part of Tolbooth Stirling|
|Visit the event website here|
For 2022 the Tolbooth will takeover a stage at Callander Jazz and Blues working with their team to bring something new and unique to what is a truly amazing festival…..Tolbooth will officially be ‘On Tour’!
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, with this years event featuring over 60 gigs across 16 venues, performing live jazz, blues, soul and boogie over 3 days. From solo artists to big bands, over 150 musicians ensure a long weekend of great music in the autumn splendour of the Trossachs. Come and join us for a fantastic weekend of fun and music in the beautiful setting of Callander, situated only 16 miles from Stirling and the M9 on the main A84 trunk road at the eastern gateway to the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. Whatever your taste in music, come along and enjoy the atmosphere of the 16th annual Callander Jazz & Blues Festival from Friday 30th September until Sunday 2nd October 2022.
All Tickets via: The Callander Jazz and Blues Festival
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The Tolbooth Stirling is honoured and delighted to have the works of Coulson & Tennant and Helene Schmitz opening our Stories 2022 programme.