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The 25th Kirkcudbright Jazz Festival








Kirkcudbright Artsists Town

Kirkcudbright Jazz Festival is a Company registered in Scotland - No. SC315747 & Charity No. SC038200

2007 Scottish Jazz Festivals Kirkcudbright

A Celebration of New Orleans, Dixieland and Swing Jazz in South West Scotland


You can read about Kirkcudbright and it's surroundings here and see accommodation providers here.

This 2024 Festival Dates : 13, 14, 15 & 16 June 2024

               Tickets will go on sale early in 2024 - watch this space!                                                                                                                 




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Kirkcudbright - the Artists' Town on the beautiful Solway Firth

If you haven't been to Kirkcudbright before then you are in for a real treat.  If you have been before then you know just how great it is!  Either way, Kirkcudbright has a lot to offer as one of the most popular and attractive towns in the South West of Scotland.  Full of bustle and life, with events and attractions all through the summer, Kirkcudbright has everything from pleasant walks and cosy cafes to galleries of national significance and a sequence of summer festivites that showcase the town and Scottish life.  Within this context, the Kirkcudbright Jazz Festival attracts visitors from across the UK and Europe, who flock to the town  to enjoy some really good music at one of the lowest costs for any regional music festival.

An additional attraction this year is the opportunity to see the Galloway Viking Hoard which was found near Kirkcudbright and will be on display in the Kirkcudbright Galleries during the Festival - a great chance to see this treasure without the need to go to the Scottish National Museum in Edinburgh!