Acts from all genres of the musical world will be entertaining the crowds at this year’s show. From Abba tributes to pipe bands, there is something to get your toes tapping.

Make sure you are in the right place at the right time to hear your favourite act. Roll out the picnic blanket and have a boogie.

SOLID GOLD ABBA Saturday: West Stage 1600-1800

Now celebrating an incredible 16 years of sell-out performances under their sequined belts, ‘Solid gold ABBA’ have entertained the nation for longer that ABBA existed and have become known as the UK’s most spectacular ABBA tribute band.

So dust down your platforms, put on your flares and sing along.


Thursday: West Stage 11am and 3pm, East Stage 1pm

Three outstanding musicians in their own right, Claire Hastings and Aonach Mòr combine the talents of former BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year Claire Hastings, Ron Jappy and Grant McFarlane to create an exciting blend of songs and tunes.

DAMO and MARVO beside Presidents Marquee;

Sat and Sun afternoon at 12, 1 ,2 and 3pm

Let the family fun begin! Damo and Marvo are back with a brand new show full of magic, slapstick comedy and lot’s of prizes! This is a show that is perfect for the whole family to enjoy together.


Sat - West Stage 1pm; main ring 3.30pm approx

Both choirs were formed in September 2013 to take part in a concert to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Scottish Association of Young farmers. And they are back this year in their popular spot on the Saturday afternoon to give renditions of some classic tunes, spot a few well-known faces in the choir as they entertain.

GOT SOUL CHOIR Sunday – West Stage  12 Noon

Led by soul powerhouse Maryam Ghaffari, Got Soul Choir are Scotland’s funkiest choir. Since forming in 2012, the choir now has more than 300 singers in their Dundee, Edinburgh, Fife and Glasgow choirs who bring you their patented brand of uplifting, foot-stomping soul classics.


Thursday various locations

Make way for the pipe band as it cuts a swathe through the crowds on the Thursday of the show. The band continues to be in demand for performances both within West Lothian and further afield.