Celtic Connections 2021 Festival Pass

Celtic Connections 2021 Festival Pass

The festival pass gives you access to all paid content taking place between 15th January and 2nd February 2021. All content will be available for one week after the on-air date. Excludes workshops and BBC broadcasts.

The line-up for Celtic Connections 2021 will include:

Admiral Fallow / Aidan O'Rourke 365 / Amira Kheir / Bassekou Kouyate & Amy Sacko / Blazin Fiddles / Blue Rose Code / Breabach / Cherish The Ladies / Chris Stout & Catriona McKay / Declan O'Rourke / De Temps Antan / Duncan Chisholm & Scottish Ensemble / Eddi Reader / Elephant Sessions / Fara / Fergus McCreadie Trio / Fiona Hunter / Georgia Cécile / Gnoss / Grosse Isle / Imar / James Grant / José González / Kinnaris Quintet / Kris Drever / Karen Matheson / Kathleen MacInnes / Le Vent Du Nord / Lyre / Mairearad Green / Mànran / Paul McKenna Band / Project Smok / RANT / Rachel Newton / Rhiannon Giddens with Francesco Turrisi / Roaming Roots Revue / Rory Butler / Ross Ainslie / Shooglenifty / Sian / Siobhan Miller / Sona Jobarteh / Sorren MacLean & Hannah Fisher / Talisk / The Secret Sisters / Transatlantic Sessions / TRYST / Westward the Light / Xabier Diaz / Zoe Bestel

Our festival pass price is low as we want to ensure the festival is accessible to as many people as possible. However if you are able and willing to pay more, you can. Any additional money contributed will be recognised as a donation and go towards supporting the future of Celtic Connections.

Celtic Connections 2021 Festival Pass

14 Videos

  • 24 Jan, 9pm: José González in concert at Gothenburg Botanical Garden

    After an unusually long break from live shows, and recording of a new album for release later this year, José González appears at Celtic Connections 2021 online with an world-exclusive one hour solo performance from the magical Gothenburg Botanical Gardens.

    This performance will be available to ...

  • 24 Jan, 7:30pm: The Secret Sisters | Kinnaris Quintet | An Tobar presents

    The Secret Sisters are Laura and Lydia Rogers – two sisters who hail from the legendary musical hamlet of Muscle Shoals, Alabama. In 2010, they had never performed in front of an audience or stepped inside a recording studio, but since being discovered by the legendary T-Bone Burnett they have pe...

  • 24 Jan, 1pm: Charlie Stewart (New Voices)

    Sponsored by The Times & The Sunday Times, Scotland.

    Fiddle and bass player Charlie Stewart is 2017’s Young Traditional Musician of the Year, a Danny Kyle Award winner, and a BBC Young Folk Award semi-finalist. His New Voices compositions are inspired by experiences that he may not have had ...

  • 23 Jan, 9pm: Admiral Fallow in Concert

    Having established themselves among Glasgow's finest indie acts, the Glasgow-based 5-piece Admiral Fallow produce heartbreakingly beautiful, sonically audacious and lyrically bewitching songs. With three albums under their belt, Admiral Fallow have been hard at work on their much-anticipated four...

  • 23 Jan, 7:30pm: Dreamers' Circus | Kathleen MacInnes | Ímar | Jodhpur RIFF

    Dreamers' Circus - Kathleen MacInnes - Ímar - The Womanly Voices of Jodhpur RIFF

    With individual backgrounds in folk, classical and jazz, dazzling Danish trio Dreamers' Circus first made waves soon after they formed in 2009, performing their customised version of Mozart’s 5th Violin Concerto – o...

  • 22 Jan, 7:30pm - Blazin' Fiddles | Xabier Diaz | Gnoss | Dierdre Graham

    Take a group of the hottest contemporary fiddle players from the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, mix with some wonderfully sympathetic piano and guitar arrangements and you’ve got the award winning Blazin’ Fiddles on your hands. And they are Blazin’, in the past decade no other band has quite ...

  • 21 Jan, 7:30pm: Ross Ainslie | Talisk | Mànran | Siobhan Miller | Beth Malcolm

    Ross Ainslie is one of Scotland’s finest traditional musicians and composers, playing pipes, whistles and cittern. He is renowned for his highly acclaimed solo material, and as a skilled performer and prolific collaborator who performs regularly with bands Treacherous Orchestra – of which he is a...

  • 20 Jan, 7:30pm: Blue Rose Code - Karen Matheson - LYRE - Rory Butler

    Blue Rose Code is Edinburgh-born songwriter Ross Wilson. At the edge of contemporary alt-folk, Wilson's music evokes a meeting of Van Morrison and a young John Martyn, both shipwrecked with a bunch of Motown records. Ross spent his creative formative years in East London, then moved to South Engl...

  • 19 Jan, 7:30pm

    Sponsored by The Glenturret.

    Securely ranked among Scotland’s most skilled and imaginative contemporary folk acts, Breabach unite deep roots in Highland and Island tradition with the innovative musical ferment of their Glasgow base. Their 15 year adventure has included live performances from Syd...

  • 18 Jan, 7:30pm - Come Away In

    Entitled Come Away In this special show was filmed in the unique splendour of the banqueting hall of the City Chambers - Glasgow’s 19th Century Municipal building on George Square.

    Inspired by Karine Polwart’s song of the same name that celebrates Scottish hospitality and is partly inspired by T...

  • 17 Jan, 7:30pm - Chris Stout & Catriona McKay | Sona Jobarteh | Georgia Cécile

    Chris Stout & Catriona McKay | Sona Jobarteh | Georgia Cécile | Fergus McCreadie Trio

    Winners of the Best Duo title at 2018’s BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards, fiddler Chris Stout and harpist Catriona McKay – renowned for their dazzling experimentation and cross-genre collaborations – return to Celti...

  • 17 Jan, 1pm: Josie Duncan (New Voices)

    Sponsored by The Times & The Sunday Times, Scotland.

    Josie Duncan’s original songs were receiving airtime on Radio 2 before she even left university, and by the time she had graduated from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, audiences at festivals all over the world had come to recognise he...

  • 16 Jan, 6pm - BEMIS: Celtic Connections in the Community

    BEMIS – Celtic Connections in the Community featuring Brina, Danny Cliff, Ando Glaso Collective, St. Roch's Trio, and the Cosmic Shruti Box.

    This performance will be available to watch for one week after the live date (until 23 Jan 2021) to accommodate different time zones.

    As a charity we rely...

  • 15 Jan, 7.30pm - Opening Celebration Concert

    Join us for our opening night featuring Celtic Connections 2021 Big Band, Duncan Chisholm with Scottish Ensemble, Ímar, Fiona Hunter, Kinnaris Quintet, Le Vent du Nord and many more surprise guests.

    This performance will be available to watch for one week after the live date (until 22 Jan 2021) ...

  • Opening Concert show notes (pdf)

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  • Josie Duncan: New Voices show notes (pdf)

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