Friday 9th - Monday 12th August
The Crystal Hacienda
98 Hill Street
Michaelas 30th Birthday will also be this weekend
Friday Andy McCallum
Sunday MBM Roadshow
Kilmarnock is a large burgh in East Ayrshire, Scotland with a population of 46,350, making it the 15th most populated place in Scotland and the second largest town in Ayrshire.
Friday 30th August - Sunday 1st September
West Carse Hall
Glencarse is a village in the Scottish council area of Perth and Kinross. The village is situated 4.1 miles to the east of Perth and lies alongside the A90 road. It was formerly served by a railway station on the Caledonian Railway.
Friday 13th - Sunday 15th September
Howie Memorial Park
Rosneath is a village in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It sits on the western shore of the Gare Loch near to the tip of the Rosneath peninsula which projects south to the Firth of Clyde between the Gare Loch and Loch Long to the west, and about 2 miles from the village of Kilcreggan which is sited on the southern end of the peninsula, on the shores of the Firth of Clyde. The large town of Greenock is directly opposite on the southern shore of the Firth. The Gare Loch narrows at Rosneath to under half a mile at a place known as the Rhu Narrows after the village of Rhu on the eastern shore of the loch.
Friday 27th - Sunday 29th September
Strathallan Games Park
Bridge of Allan
Bridge of Allan is a town in the Stirling council area in Scotland, just north of the city of Stirling. It lies on the Allan Water, a northern tributary of the River Forth, built largely on the well-wooded slopes of the Westerton and Airthrey estates, sheltered by the Ochil Hills from the north and east winds. Most of the town is to the east of the river; the bridge is part of the A9, Scotland's longest road, while the railway line and the M9 pass to the west of the river. Bridge of Allan railway station is on the Edinburgh to Dunblane Line.
Friday 11th - Sunday 13th October
Thornhill Community Centre
East Back Street
Thornhill is a town in the Mid Nithsdale area of Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, south of Sanquhar and north of Dumfries on the main A76 road. Thornhill sits in the Nithsdale valley with the Carsphairn and Scaur range to the west and the Lowther hills to the east. It was initially a small village, planned and built in 1717 on the Queensberry Estate on the road linking Dumfries to Glasgow. The Earl of Queensberry initially named the village 'New Dalgarnock' however the name did not achieve popular approval.
Friday 6th - Sunday 8th December
Crawfordjohn Village Hall
Christmas dinner rally
Crawfordjohn is a small village and civil parish of 117 residents located in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is 3 miles west of Abington and 7 miles north east of Leadhills, near junction 13 of the M74. It lies to the north of the Duneaton Water, a tributary of the River Clyde. It is known for the manufacture of curling stones.