The annual Saturday Night at the Auld Meal Mill is to return for its 33rd year at Aberdeen’s Music Hall in September.
Join the Mill’s Chief Mullert, Robert Lovie, for an evening of traditional Scottish music, song, dance and comedy.
Entertainment on the night will be provided by Robert Lovie, Eddie Rose, Fochabers Fiddlers Frontline, Mason Grant and the Dynamos, The Marlene Lowe Dancers with Piper Major Pamela Whyte, Pipe Major Bill Hepburn and the Turriff Pipers, James Alexander and the Reel Ceilidh Band as well as The Brandon McPhee Trio.
This year’s Saturday Night at the Auld Meal Mill will take place at The Music Hall, Aberdeen on Saturday, September 20 at 7pm.
Tickets are £23 and are available from Scotch Corner, 20 Main Street, Turriff, 01888 563079 or Aberdeen Box Office at the Music Hall.
Take advantage of the early bird offer of £21 per ticket which is available until Saturday, June 28.
For group bookings of ten or more, please contact Gibson Ross on 07779 226910.
Buses from most parts of the North-east will be available including Elgin, Fraserburgh, Ellon, Whitehills, Banff, Macduff, Turriff, Fyvie, Keith, Huntly, Inverurie and all places en route to Aberdeen, more details are available by contacting Scotch Corner.
The bus fare is between £5 and £10 depending on location.
If possible, buses will also pick up from Sheltered Housing and Care Homes.
Gibson said: “Thanks to all the folk who have, over the years, helped to keep the Auld Meal Mill going from strength to strength and to those who have yet to join us, we hope that you enjoy the experience of what is always a great night out in Aberdeen.”