The Johnny Cash Story returns to Edinburgh Fringe to take you on an incredible journey through the career of the Man in Black.
This 5-star show takes you on a journey through time in Nashville to experience how music influenced the bible belt city and in turn how Music City influenced the world of music.
MOJO is the latest sell-out show from internationally renowned singer-pianist, Jeremy Sassoon.
Witches, wolves, fairies, frogs, princes.
Critically acclaimed as one of the world’s greatest tribute shows, Simon & Garfunkel Through the Years makes its return to the Edinburgh Fringe after selling out for six consecutiv…
After sell out shows at Fringes worldwide, this show returns to Edinburgh to take you on Dolly’s incredible journey from the Smoky Mountains to her arrival as the Queen of Countr…
Oliver Harris explores the wonderful songs of Elton John.
Multi-award-winning Pete Storm and Pete Sinclair are set to rock Edinburgh with their tribute to two of America’s music legends; Johnny Cash and Neil Diamond, with their amazing …
Oliver Harris returns to Frankenstein’s after three highly successful runs.
Dirty Harry has not only the original sound, feel, attitude and full back catalogue of Blondie, but a lookalike of Debbie to deliver the good stuff.
Renowned UK singer/pianist Jeremy Sassoon presents and performs his history of Jewish songwriters from the piano, supported by his trio.
The Neil Diamond Story follows the tale of the boy from Brooklyn through to becoming one of the most popular singer-songwriters of all time, selling over a million records worldwid…
Dirty Harry has not only the original sound, feel, attitude, and full back catalogue of the band, but a lookalike of Debbie to deliver the good stuff.
A ridiculous four-octave vocal range, tear-jerking songs, stage acrobatics and trademark wit; all of these helped propel Angus Munro into one of Scotland’s most exciting singer/s…
Multi-award-winning show taking you through the life and music of the record-breaking superstar, from her humble beginnings in Nutbush through to her crowning as the Queen of Rock’…
This multi-award-winning show takes you on a journey through the incredible life and music of Aretha Franklin, the most charted female of the 21st century.
Dirty Dancing is firmly etched into the memories of the 80s generation, a symbol of 80s culture defined by its unforgettable scenes featuring watermelons, that infamous lift and th…
The Prince Experience invites you on a journey through the life and groundbreaking catalogue of one of the most eccentric innovators in popular music.
Following a sell-out run at Fringe 2019, Back To Black returns to take you on a moving yet energising journey through the career of a modern legend.
Witness a spectacular display of uplifting, feel-good pop, rock and contemporary chart songs performed by the national phenomenon, Rock Choir.
Join us for an exhilarating musical battle as two titans go head to head! Johnny Cash vs Elvis Presley is a showdown that recounts the music, lives, and cultural impact of the Man …
Abba A-Rival perform a highly entertaining show packed with all your favourite Abba Hits from Waterloo to Dancing Queen, with sensational singing and authentic costumes.
Dirty Harry captures the rapture of Blondie and not only has the original sound, feel, attitude and full back catalogue of the band but a lookalike of Debbie.
Since winning BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year (2015) Glasgow-based folksinger-songwriter and ukulele player Claire Hastings has made her name on the folk scene.
Fringe/AMC sell-out award-winning duo, The Boyds (Fringe Laurels 2016, 2017 and 2018) present their terrific, brand-new show, Acoustic Bowie.
James Grant is one of the most renowned and respected performers Scotland has ever produced.
After two sold-out runs – of one show each, but a laurel’s a laurel – Scotland’s top, mainly pentagenarian, rockers (when Primal Scream are busy), the M8s return to the Edi…
In 2016 we lost Prince, one of the most prolific and controversial musical icons of all time.
Fringe award-winning acoustic duo, The Boyds, perform their 55-minute show of all the best of The Fab Four.
Zkeletonz are ‘one of the UK’s most innovative and independent bands’ (DestinationNative.
‘The best artist we’ve ever had in session’ (BBC Radio Scotland).
This show celebrates aspiring singers as they take you on their singing journey and development, through the music of their idols.
George Michael as you’ve never heard him before… From the producers of sell-out show Simply Bowie, recording artist and West End lead Oliver Darley brings his own inimitable st…
Celebrating a decade of Big Girls Don’t Cry featuring The East Coast Boys.
Dirty Harry captures the rapture of Blondie and has not only the original sound, feel, attitude, and full back catalogue of the band but a lookalike of Debbie to deliver the good s…
To celebrate their 10-year anniversary and 30 years since The Beautiful South released Song For Whoever, The South are back with their Spring UK Tour playing shows up and down the …
Alan Mosca, formerly of Freddie and The Dreamers, retells stories of yesteryear with song and a touch of comedy.
The Songsmiths are pitching you the honest truth of what it’s really like to be in an a cappella group.
Call Me Blondie are a Southampton-based Blondie tribute act with one of the most accomplished and experienced line-ups working on the tribute circuit today.
Chameleon Lady are the latest big noise from Edinburgh with their exciting brand of semi-acoustic pop.
Springsteen tribute The Rising will once again play a dynamic two-and-a-half-hour set of classics from Springsteen and the E Street Band.
Soundtracks: Dance to the Movies! Soundtracks DJs will get you partying to the best movies ever.
With millennial nostalgia at its peak, there can be no better time to head to the Edinburgh Fringe and experience Cruel Intentions: The ‘90s Musical.
The Polis are Scotland’s No 1 Police tribute act, performing an energetic and dynamic live set with all the urgency and angst of The Police at their very best.
How To Use A Washing Machine is a charming two-hander from emerging company Slam Theatre.
Back at the Fringe again after a gap of a few years for another trip down memory lane.
The band first formed in 1998 in Glasgow and have toured the length and breadth of the UK and Ireland performing to hundreds of thousands of Stone Roses fans.
Come to the Merchants Hall to see the Soul Kings performing a set of the biggest soul, Motown and disco hits from the 60s and 70s.
Bowie as you’ve never heard him before… Former NME Male Vocalist of the Year and West End star Oliver Darley brings his own inimitable style to the music of this iconic artist.
Billy Joel: Piano Man Live showcases the very best of the dynamic songbook of the legendary Billy Joel.
The Absolute Jam capture the authentic raw energy and sound of The Jam.
Sonic Vision combines pop and rock tracks with mind-warping visual art. Sit back and take in the surround sound with vivid graphics projected in 360 degrees.
Join Scottish jazz vocalist Louise Dodds this August as she debuts her brand-new show Cover Stories at The Jazz Bar.
Ruby in the Rough – original pop/rock music tracks performed by four teenage Parisians.
Sublime tribute to George Michael and last year’s Fringe sell-out show returns.
The brand-new tribute show from Liquid Lunch Productions, Elton John: Rocket Man Live! showcases the very best of the eclectic songbook of the legendary Elton John and Bernie Taupi…
Rock Choir is the largest contemporary choir in the UK offering the general public the chance to sing without audition or any requirement to read music.
Free Love is the latest manifestation of the Scottish experimental pop duo formerly known as Happy Meals, known for their extraordinary sensual live ceremonies.
Following the show’s sell-out nationwide tour, Jagged Little Pill makes its debut at the Edinburgh Fringe paying tribute to Alanis Morissette and her iconic album with uplifting …
Featuring former West End singers and dancers, this combined tribute to two of the most iconic musicals of all time is simply electrifying! Have the time of your life watching Baby…
The Fringe’s No.
ABBA A-Rival are Scotland’s top ABBA tribute, performing an explosive show packed with all your favourite ABBA hits, sensational singing and authentic costumes.
Stop right now! Thank you very much.
Steve’s dad died of Alzheimer’s.
A Canadian folk ballad duo bring their own sassy and offbeat brand of comedy to Edinburgh.
The Ghillie Dhu’s very own local artists performing every night of the week with a mixture of traditional and popular classics. Come and join us for drams, jigs and reels!
Sun, sea and stand-up.
The UK’s longest-running student a cappella group are back for their tenth year at the Fringe.
After successes at the Edinburgh Fringe with the Soft Shoe Skiffle Band, here’s another trip down memory lane with some fun and pop and folk songs like – Wild Mountain Thyme, S…
Fringe award-winning acoustic duo The Boyds perform their 55-minute show of the best of The Fab Four.
The Fringe 2017 sell-out show comes home for a special one-off gig in 2018.
Fringe award-winning duo The Boyds present their 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe premiere show, Acoustic Eagles.
This Fringe 2016 sell-out makes a triumphant return to AMC.
A has-been singer-songwriter tries to summon the spirit of Marc Almond to resurrect his career.
Back by popular demand after the most time-efficient total sell-out of the 2017 Fringe (check the laurel), this is the M8s: Live (but not so dangerous).
The Polis are Scotland’s number one Police tribute act.
A bit of fun and a trip down memory lane.
The Police Sting Show in concert: Re-worked, fresh versions of all the iconic Police and Sting solo album songs in a 70-minute show featuring an acoustic Sting section.
Fifty minutes of country music from Jonny Brick, songwriter and broadcaster, who wants to tell you through song about his love of all forms of country, from Willie Nelson to Luke B…
Billy Joel: Piano Man Live! showcases the very best of the dynamic songbook of the legendary Billy Joel.
The ultimate tribute to the music of The Jam.
The Rising – the UK’s number one tribute to Springsteen – return to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe for the sixth year.
The world-famous Barnsley Youth Choir welcomes its Development Choir to share the stage in four special performances at the fabulous Greyfriars Kirk.
Chvrches as a charleston dance-off? Biffy Clyro as a torchsong ballad? Join award-winning five-octave vocalist Angus Munro and his floor-stomping jazz trio as they interpret modern…
Logan’s Close are an Edinburgh based four-piece, performing original music with strong influence from 60s rhythm and blues.
Come to the Merchant’s Hall to see the Soul Kings performing a set of the biggest soul, Motown and disco hits from the 60s and 70s.
The world-famous Barnsley Youth Choir returns to the fabulous Greyfriars Kirk following outstanding reviews in 2016.
Join British-Chinese provocateur artist Le Fil in a pop gig with extras as he, she or it explores a 24/7 world of gay-straight men, bad romances and the modern constructions of gen…
Join us in our overarching quest as we bring soul music to a troubled world.
Smitten are a minimalist, smoky, pop three-piece.
Dirty Harry captures the rapture of Blondie and has not only the original sound, feel, attitude, and full back catalogue of the band but a lookalike of Debbie.
Scotland’s top ABBA tribute perform an explosive show packed with all your favourite ABBA Hits.
A unique concert, which celebrates the unforgettable music of Simon & Garfunkel.
Sublime concert tribute to George Michael, starring Grant Macintosh – ‘soul sensation’ (Sun).
Celebrating its first year, Howl at the Moon puts you in control! Showcasing Scotland’s first and only live request jukebox, our duelling pianists go head to head taking on your re…
Enthralling one-woman musical narrative.
East London’s premier rapper of first-world problems, Andy Quirk, and his backup dancer, Anna J, invite you to join their crew for fist-pumping therapy tackling the inconsequential…
Ali returns to Edinburgh with her sold-out show Decadence.
Join us at the multi award-winning Whiski Bar and Restaurant for a vibrant footstomping good time as we showcase many traditional Scottish music bands at Whiski Bar during August.
Join the Silent Adventures dream team as they lead you on a fun-filled silent disco tour of the capital.
Music’s power has erased boundaries before, but can it make us feel connected as citizens, even after the Brexit? Last year, theatre maker Marieke Dermul researched if such a thi…
Relive the magic of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons in this remarkable tribute to the most successful band in music history.
Dirty Harry captures the rapture of Blondie and has not only the original sound, feel, attitude and full back catalogue of the band, but a look-a-like of Debbie.
Formed ten years ago for the sheer fun of playing, the M8s provide a guided tour of your favourite covers from Elvis to Adele; from Bay City to Chelsea via Dakota and the jailhouse…
Isobel Holly is a rare find: a young talent with capabilities beyond her years.
Two of Scotland’s most critically acclaimed new acts present their unique brand of pastoral and lyrical pop, enhanced by intricate arrangements for the renowned Pumpkinseeds stri…
Singing sisters Sorella are a vocal harmony band from the north east of Scotland who emanate a unique and distinctive blend, leaving a lasting impression on their listeners.
Narrative direction is hard to achieve but is essential to a good musical.
A trip down memory lane, hear again 50s to 70s pop and folk hits like Putting on the Style, Amazing Grace, My Old Man’s a Dustman, Wild Rover, Hello Mary Lou, Nobody’s Child, Singi…
Following the sell-out success of last year’s Choir on Fire, Soul Nation are ready to take it to the next level – lifting it higher and higher.
Step back in time and experience the rise and fall of disco.
The Rising: the UK’s number one Springsteen tribute brings the energy and precision of the E Street band to the Festival Fringe once more.
Relive the magic of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons in this remarkable tribute to the most successful band in music history.
Hot Dub Time Machine is the world’s first time travelling dance party, taking festivals, theatres, rooftops and venues all over the world on a transcendent dance through pop musi…
Pretenders by Talk of the Town are the UK’s only tribute to the music of Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders, covering classics like: Brass in Pocket, Don’t Get Me Wrong, Back on t…
Brian makes a triumphant return to the Fringe to perform his hit album A Better Man in its entirety.
Los Angeles pop-rockers Celsi and Bragg team up with Dublin’s Maitland, forming a high-energy, high-flying trio.
After sell-out shows at last year’s Fringe and Celtic Connections festivals, Bwani Junction return with their joyful rendition of Paul Simon’s Graceland album.
Based on how From Ibiza to the Norfolk Broads is marketed, one would be justified in expecting it to be a David Bowie tribute act – a musical, tightly knit to the art and mind of…
Talented emerging vocalist and songwriter Georgia Cécile performs alongside award-winning jazz pianist/composer Euan Stevenson.
ABBA A-Rival are Scotland’s top Abba tribute, performing an explosive show packed with all your favourite ABBA hits, sensational singing and authentic costumes.
The Bluebelles return to take Edinburgh for the third year running! Following sold-out performances and 5-star reviews, this year expect a night of vintage cabaret, as you are whis…
Grab your mates and hit the dance floor with hyperactive Australian party machine Tomás Ford for the Fringe’s most ridiculous party.
Direct from a sold-out appearance in Toronto, the 2014/15/16 smash-hit sell-out show returns.
The Carole King Story premiers at the Fringe to take you on an incredible journey through the career of the six-time Grammy Award winner and 20-time platinum hit-maker.
The Fringe’s number one party just got bigger! Rocking until 2.
‘Who is that?’, ‘Harry’, ‘He’s my favourite’, ‘I think he’s everyone’s favourite.
The greatest comeback concert ever! Featuring all your favorite groups you’ve never heard of from the 80s to the present day, including Familiar County, Simon Never Said and The …
Walking into The Warren’s
Studio 2 to the sounds of Vengaboys, Avril Lavigne and Gwen Stefani, it was clear
I was in for an hour-long nostalgia hit.
Some people might think
that setting the Battle of Stalingrad to Britney Spears’ Baby One More Time is
somewhat trivialising the matter.
Brighton’s legendary pop’n’cabaret knees-up returns to Brighton Fringe.
Jacqueline & the Sensations is a band from the UK that performs Jacqueline’s original songs.
Come and celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of The Beatles albums:
Massaoke is the club night sensation where the crowd is the star of the show.
The Wild is a three piece Americana/Alternative Folk band from Sussex, aged between 16 and 17, playing all original material uniquely arranged and utilising the many instruments th…
Following our legendary Brighton Fringe 2016 appearance, the original family dance party returns for more day-clubbing, this time at the funkiest bar on the beachfront with the bes…
This legendary singer/songwriter/Pop-icon performs his chart hits ‘Ariel’, ‘Lucky Stars’, ‘Lydia’ and more.
Performing songs from The Police and Sting solo albums.
Fife’s Kenny Anderson, aka King Creosote, has become one of Scotland’s most acclaimed and prolific singer-songwriters: a squeezebox Casanova and a seafaring pop heart-breaker who…
Maya is an experimental music project inspired by my passion for nature and art. I am a professional choral singer with a love for electronica and world music.
Back at the Fringe again for another trip down memory lane.
Internationally renowned duo Elektra instantly bring the stage to life in a stunning show of musical virtuosity.
A scintillating 13-piece live band, featuring percussion and brass sections and fronted by Stu Goodall pay reverence to the songs of Paul Simon with an explosive show.
Performing songs from her latest Creative Scotland supported album Undercurrents, Amy revisits older material and includes a showcase of new songs all unique to this Fringe show.
Caroline Gilmour could be a worldwide smash’ (Sun).
The Rising: the UK’s number one Springsteen tribute have put on a sell-out Fringe show the last two years.
One of Scotland’s best bands make their Fringe debut with an intimate, one-off acoustic show at the Merchant’s Hall, playing songs from their new album, Human Condition.
Alan Mosca and Bryan Byng are joined by Steve and Colin Temple, with unique harmonies and musicianship, performing all the hits of Freddie and The Dreamers alongside timeless class…
Their third show at the Dissection Rooms, the TSF crew returns with an explosive live set of motown classics along with new renditions of northern soul dance floor escapisms.
25 years later and he is only getting started.
To be fair to the Hummingbirds, I’m not really the right demographic for their show.
One of post-dubstep’s bright lights, Mount Kimbie come to Summerhall’s Dissection Room for a genre-evading late-night DJ set, drawing from a thick soup of influences that leave…
MacFloyd return with their new show for 2016, On the Horizon.
Richard Dawson brings his wonderfully shambling exterior, tales of pineapples and underpants, ghosts of family members and cats to Summerhall’s Dissection Room.
As an Edinburgh based act performing in the Edinburgh Fringe there’s always going to be a certain level of expectation from the local crowd.
The best undiscovered songwriter of his generation? Born to celebrity parents when Elvis topped the charts, immediately given away to strangers.
WHITE are a hurtling juggernaut of synth stabs, razor-sharp guitars and even sharper attire.
Described as Scotland’s ‘very own Tori Amos’ (Sunday Herald) and ‘a heady cocktail of Carole King and Regina Spektor’ (SpiralEarth.
Raised in the rural Midwest and seasoned with a decade of big apple living, Rachel Zylstra is a classically trained performing songwriter and sometimes worship leader.
Back, back, back and bouncier than ever, the exclusive vinyl club night for the more fully fledged music fan returns for a one-off, late night festival special.
Best Girl Athlete, AKA 17-year-old Aberdonian Katie Buchan, released her debut album Carve Every Word in March 2015 via Fitlike Records in the UK and through Minty Fresh Records in…
A brief introduction to Ryan Adams for the uninitiated - he’s a rock/country singer from Carolina who’s released a new album every year or two since the turn of the century; so…
Willis Earl Beal has yet to be born.
One of Britain’s most promising folk artists, Highland-born Rachel Sermanni comes to Summerhall’s Dissection Room.
Now in its third year at the Fringe, I Ran With The Gang written by Liam Rudden for his company LR Stageworks returns this year to the cosy yet lavish surroundings of Le Monde in u…
A haunting and utterly compelling SAY award-winning album Bones You Have Thrown Me and Blood I’ve Spilled comes to Summerhall’s dissection room.
Vocal Force is making their Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut! These young, enthusiastic performers from the USA harmonize their way through the past 60 years of chart-topping hits!
Dirty Harry not only has the original sound, feel, attitude and full back catalogue of Blondie, but also a lookalike Debbie to deliver the good stuff.
Step into an interstellar kosmische zone the likes the capital has never seen to launch Summerhall’s amazing musical programme this August.
Grab your mates, request a crap song and hit the dance floor for a ridiculously fun night! Tomás Ford, (Craptacular!) is proudly the worst DJ in the world, returning with his idio…
Carmen High is a powerful story about a popular mean girl who jokingly dates a high school outcast.
The Desperettes are girls dressed as boys, using techniques for picking up women to pick up men.
A Steampunk fandazzle eruption.
Maxx Silver writes and performs all of his own music.
Winner, Best Children’s Show - Ireland’s most lovable idiots bring their mischief and mayhem to a show for the whole family.
Brighton Beach Boys with the Psychedelic Love Orchestra present Pet Sounds vs Sgt Pepper.
Live Forever are Sussex’s premier Oasis tribute act.
Short stories set to music.
Award-winning docu-comedian Juliette Burton must make a BIG decision.
Back by popular demand! Pinned on the arse-end of a night out, ‘Eggs Collective Get A Round’ is a show with lipstick on its teeth and Wotsits on its face.
Launching Edana Minghella’s new album, ‘All or Nothing’, a tribute to Billie Holiday.
Mishka Shubaly defies easy description.
Orkestra del Sol’s explosive reinvention of global brass band music has captured imaginations and left a trail of pummeled dance floors across continents.
This eight-piece soul and funk band just keeps getting better.
The award-winning Irish duo of original soul/jazz/pop are back with their new album ‘The Art of Happy Accidents’.
The original family dance party returns for more afternoon dayclubbing fun.
Comedy pop-musical following four 90s girls embarking on a wild night of speed dating! A hilarious, non-stop journey through infectious pop anthems and ballads.
Show-stopping Motown-covers act with three female vocalists who provide choreographed dance routines, costume changes and epic vocals! Performing only the best songs from Motown to…
The Fiddler’s Elbow plays host to a showcase of alternative folk, blues and roots acts for the third year running, featuring Black Fields, Paul Murray, Edd Mann, Warsaw Radio, Rota…
Back at the Fringe again after a gap of a few years, for another trip down memory lane.
Best known for the indie classics Sit Down and Come Home, James’ latest studio album La Petite Mort bristles with upbeat defiance and illustrates just why they remain one of Britai…
Scarlett Lane is about a dangerous journey down the red carpet.
A group of seventeen students from Bristol University that formed in September last year, The Bristol Suspensions are fairly new to the a cappella scene, but that does nothing to d…
MacFloyd celebrate the 40th anniversary of Pink Floyd’s classic Wish You Were Here, album performing the masterpiece in its entirety.
Manchester’s definitive entertainment band, The Jäger Maestros are an authentic German oompah band with a refreshingly modern difference.
The Rising – A Tribute to Springsteen and the E Street Band.
Make Some Noize is Edinburgh’s most anticipated all day music festival featuring some of the world’s biggest music artists.
Jukebox Sixties is a new show for 2015 performed by The Hollywood Bees, one of the UK’s leading tribute shows.
Take a large helping of the best pop music ever recorded.
Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens follows the unfolding story of a group of misfits working the infamous den of iniquity – Saucy Jacks space bar.
Irish singer/songwriter, novelist, coach on The Voice of Ireland.
Dirty Harry has not only the original sound, feel, attitude, and full back catalogue of Blondie but a lookalike of Debbie to deliver the good stuff.
Fun for all the family – a hugely popular, inspirational hour.
Edinburgh’s premier live music venue the Electric Circus presents Born and Bred, a series of gigs featuring the best new musical talent from across Scotland with a couple of surp…
This acclaimed big band return to the Fringe for the third time, having previously sold out.
Liverpool’s own, all singing, all strumming ukulele band. Songs from all ages, for all people. Expect the unexpected from this energetic, eclectic show!
Forget karaoke! Join the Massaoke revolution.
The Mac Twins return after last year’s sell-out run with the only DJ battle that gives the power-ups to the people! Identical superstar DJs, very different music tastes – enter a…
The anarchic late night DJ party is back! Request any song you want, so long as it’s crap.
The 2014 smash-hit sell-out show returns, starring Alan Longmuir.
Two teams of intrepid comedians battle it out for the audience’s respect.
Join the Observer’s 2015 rising star and winner of the 2013 Musical Comedy Awards Best Newcomer for an hour of the finest pop culture inspired songs and stand-up.
Hey guys! ‘I am become Death.
Join us at the multi award-winning WHISKI Bar and Restaurant for a vibrant footstomping good time as we showcase many traditional Scottish music bands at WHISKI Bar during August.
Multi-platinum Italian singing sensation Elisa has been honing her skills as a songwriter and artist since the release of her debut album in 1997.
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