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Edinburgh Self-Catering Holiday Apartments : News & Offers

Concerts at Edinburgh Castle 2017

Concerts at Edinburgh Castle in 2017

Following some great performances in past years, come and see this years performers rocking the castle rock.

Don`t miss the most atmospheric back drop a concert could have and remember our apartments are only a few minutes walk to the performance !

Concerts
Wet Wet Wet play Edinburgh Castle on Sat 15 Jul 2017

Olly Murs Live at Edinburgh Castle - Tuesday 18th July 2017

Olly Murs will perform at Edinburgh Castle on 18th July as part of his UK Summer Tour.


Online: www.ticketmaster.com and www.seetickets.com
Ticket hotline: 0844 844 0444

Deacon Blue Live at Edinburgh Castle - Saturday 22nd July 2017

Deacon Blue will perform at Edinburgh Castle on 22nd July. The band's debut album Raintown, celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2017.

Tickets on sale now.

Online: www.ticketmaster.com and www.seetickets.com
Ticket hotline: 0844 844 0444

General advice and information

Concerts are not run by Historic Scotland. The further Information document gives details about tickets and show times.

The onsite box office is at The Hub, Castlehill, Edinburgh, EH1 2NG and is open on event days from 4pm.

For other concert enquiries please email info@castle-concerts.co.uk

Edinburgh Castle Esplanade is an outdoor venue, so please come appropriately dressed in warm, waterproof clothing (as required) and sturdy footwear for the steep entrance and tiered seating.

Concerts go ahead in poor weather unless it is unsafe.

Seating high in the grandstands is not recommended for people with vertigo, breathing difficulties or heart complaints.

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Monday 11 December 2017