Over three weeks the Balerno Music Festival has so much to offer. The Ninth Balerno Music Festival will run from Friday 23rd September to Sunday 9th October featuring concerts & events for all the family.
For adults there is a mix of instrumental, vocal and folk concerts; cabaret, jazz; folk music and more.
Children’s events cover ages three to secondary, and some events are free.
It is with regret that the organisers have had to cancel this event. Unfortunately it was not viable with the number of people who signed up.
On Friday mornings outside St Joseph’s Hall there will be a Gazebo and a box office from 9.30-12.00 in addition to all the other ways you can buy tickets for this years festival. CLICK HERE for full details.
Click to see the August edition of Right Notes and then make a note to visit the Farmers Market on Saturday 13th and buy your festival tickets.
One of the new events in this year’s programme is the Festival Orchestra giving anyone who can play an instrument the opportunity to play together. You can click here to read more about it. Also available is our first newsletter of the year.
This years programme will be well and truly launched at Balerno Children’s Gala on Saturday 28th May 12.30pm – 4pm Malleny Park. Come and visit our stall, collect a programme and buy some tickets.
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The Festival Praise Service, with the Balerno Folk Club and others, celebrates music in our lives and the Church. Everybody welcome. Time: 10.00 – 11.15 Venue: Balerno Parish Church.