The Clunie Concerts which took place in the Clunie Village Hall on a spring weekend from 2007- 2014 are back! They were usually sold out in advance and truly great events! The audience travels from the USA, England, Denmark, Germany and many other countries…as well as from nearby farms and towns to enjoy Dougie performing in the 'transformed' intimate setting of one of the village halls that he frequented as a child growing up in Perthshire.
For when the time comes…remember…
It's a village hall so dress accordingly…bring an extra layer just in case … and some regulars like to bring a cushion!
Though a cup of tea, coffee or juice is included in the ticket price there is no bar at the village hall...so bring your own (including disposeable glasses) if needed.
The concert start time will be 8pm (doors open 7.30pm). Unreserved seating….though there are always seats for all. Book tickets now!!
Here's some photos through the years!...
A few of the many, many COMMENTS received by email from the past audiences:
"It was worth the trip all the way from Dallas, Texas to see Dougie in Clunie Village Hall. What a wonderful atmosphere and riveting performance" (Dallas, USA)
"...we had a fantastic night at `our` hall. It was very moving to listen to these songs in Clunie and to live here made us very proud. A couple of times I had this tickle in my nose and wet eyes, and I`m sure I wasn`t the only one.
Great !!! " (A Clunie village local)
"Just a word to say it was a real treat last Saturday at the concert. You are a real REAL artist with great talent
and we will look forward to seeing you perform later on this year. It was a night to remember!" (Kirriemuir, Scotland)
"Congratulations to Dougie and the team for making the Clunie concert such a special night. Somehow it was a really magical atmosphere with the lights, candles, friends all around and the peace of the countryside outside. Thankyou all for sharing your wonderful music and very special part of Scotland" (Bristol, England)
For those who need the address to look up maps (or put into their GPS!) here it is.