Scotland events highlights for the month of February include the Glasgow Film Festival, Celtic Connections, and The Scottish Caravan and Outdoor Leisure Show.
17th January – 3rd February 2019, Glasgow
Scottish talent and artists from all over the world perform in ceilidhs and concerts across Glasgow, in what has become the worlds biggest winter music festival.
Strictly Come Dancing: Live Tour
1st – 3rd February 2019, SSE, Glasgow
See your favourite celebrity and professional dancers as they waltz their way across the UK for Strictly Come Dancing.
1st February – 2nd March 2019, Glencoe
A month of good beer, good music, pub quizzes, whisky tasting masterclass, and maybe some snow. What more could you want?
The Scottish Caravan and Outdoor Leisure Show
7th – 10th February 2019, Glasgow
The annual event at the SECC, Glasgow, will have more than 100 exhibitors. The latest caravans, motorhomes and holiday homes will be on view. Camping and marine products will also feature.
North East Mountain Bike Race Series
Races are open to riders of all ages from 6-16 and 16 upwards. The Go-MTB Racing for Grown Ups race is XC format using both the existing trails and single track.
Fort William Mountain Festival
20th – 24th February 2019, Fort William
Five days in Scotland’s outdoor capital for walking and climbing films, lectures, and activity exhibitions.
Edinburgh Antiques & Collectors Fair
23rd – 24th February 2019, Edinburgh
an excellent selection of quality antique, vintage and retro wares. Jewellery, silver, clothing, accessories, furniture, ceramics, glass and more.
Glasgow Film Festival
20th February – 3rd March 2019, Glasgow
This event will showcase over one hundred films, with previews, premieres and guest appearances. You can see the best works from some of the world’s great filmmakers.
Braemar Mountain Festival
28th February – 3rd March 2019, Braemar
Activities include mountain and snow based skill sessions, talks, workshops, films, music, food and ceilidh.
Inverness Music Festival
28th February – 6th March 2019, Inverness
More than 1000 entrants will take part in the Inverness Music Festival hoping to win awards in instrumental, speech and vocal in Gaelic disciplines.