Tickets now on sale for the 1st Ever Bute International Guitar Festival

19 July 2011

Tickets now on sale for the 1st Ever Bute International Guitar Festival

A fantastic line-up of musicians are all set to take the Isle of Bute by storm this September at the first ever Bute International Guitar Festival!


The line-up features a truly amazing and diverse range of artists including ~ Dick Gaughan, Henry McCullogh, Nick Harper, Panama Red, Johnny Dickinson, Coustie plus many, many more.

As well as being able to enjoy listening to the music, there is also an open-mic guitar competition which is open to everyone, with a brilliant prize for the winner!

With the line-up now confirmed, tickets are now on sale at and

Reduced rates are on offer for tickets bought in advance (by 31st August) and there is a really special opportunity to get a very, very limited number of V.I.P tickets to meet the artists, which will no doubt sell very quickly. A lot of careful planning and hard work has gone into making this a truly special event on a beautiful Scottish island.

There is a lot of information about the artists and the event in general on the event website so for a good taste of what to expect, please have a look at it ~


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