GETTING READY FOR THE BEST SUMMER FESTIVAL YET 

INVERNESS SUMMER FESTIVALS PERFORMERS

Our 2016 Inverness Summer Festival Supplement will appear on June 29th.

You are going to love discovering the wide range of great events we have planned for you and your family to enjoy!



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Beer Festival Dates announced 


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NEWSFLASH 


We are delighted to announce that TruckNess is moving from Dores to become part of the Inverness Highland Games and Gala Weekend at Bught Park on 16-17 July.
Entries are now being accepted from Truckers wishing to display at this event which will be located on Bught Road on Inverness Highland Games Day Saturday 16th July (all day) and on the morning of Inverness Gala Sunday 17th July. The trucks will be depart at 12:00 in order to make way for the first running of the Inverness Wheelbarrow Grand Prix.

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NEWSFLASH 
Cartie Racing is coming to Croy on 14 August


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REVIEW - HOGMANAY 



This yearís Inverness Winter Festival climaxed with an estimated 12,000 spectators attending Scotlandís biggest free Hogmanay Party, The Red Hot Highland Fling in Northern Meeting Park Arena on 31st December.


Comedian Craig Hill hosted the four and a half hour show which featured headliners Capercaillie who were joined by two former winners of the Scottish Trad Music Live Band of the Year Award Breabach and Skerryvore.

Capercaillie featured the peerless voice of co-founder Karen Matheson who demonstrated why she is universally recognised and loved as one of the finest Gaelic singers alive today; and the band had the crowd jigging and reeling along to their set for with obvious delight.

The midnight moment featured a spectacular fireworks display and the traditional singing of Auld Lang Syne.

After the event it was announced that the show taken place without any incidents requiring attention by the Stewards or the Emergency Services personnel in attendance on the night to the delight of all. CLICK ON RELATED LINK BELOW TO SEE FOOTAGE FROM THE SHOW

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REVIEW - WINTER WONDERLAND TAKE 2 


There was a record attendance at the Winter Wonderland event which was postponed for 7 days due to flooding at Whin Park.

An estimated 2000 spectators braved heavy rain to attend the opening night show on Friday; 6000 attended on Saturday and 5500 attended on Sunday.

The feedback that we have received back suggests that this year's show was "the best yet". Big thank you to our creative wizards John Beaton and his team (Highland Council Lighting); Craig Duncan and his team (Limelight Event Services), Danielle Mackay (Mascot Madness) and Ruaraidh Milne (Fly Agaric)

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