Arran Malt & Music Festival 2017

Arran Malt & Music Festival

The annual Arran Malt & Music Festival takes place from Friday 30th June 'til Sunday 2nd July 2017.

Friday 30th June 2017

A guided walk up to our water source Loch na Davie will take place from 11am - 3pm. Packed lunch and special dram are included. Tickets for this are still available from Arran Events priced at £50 each. A few spaces still available.


The White Stag Dinner will be held in the Grand Marquee in the grounds of the Distillery at  7pm. Tickets for this wonderful event are already sold out and we look forward to enjoying a wonderful evening with many of our Arran White Stags, tasting some very exclusive drams!


Saturday 1st July 2017
The main Festival takes place on Saturday 1st July 2017 from 11am - 5pm. Masterclasses, mini tours and tastings, live music, a specialist rare whisky bar and a cocktail bar will be available. Food will also be available to purchase on the day. Entry is free of charge.

Masterclass tickets are mostly now sold out, however there are still a few places left on the following classes:

Arran Cocktail Masterclass - hosted by the team from The Devil's Advocate 

Arran Whisky & Chocolate Pairing Masterclass

Arran Whisky & Food Pairing Masterclass

Arran Whisky & Beer Masterclass


The annual ceilidh will take place on the Saturday evening in the Grand Marquee in the Distillery grounds, from 8pm. Tickets for this are already sold out!


Sunday 2nd July 2017
The Survivors Lunch will be held on the Sunday 12.30 - 14.30 with Master Distiller James MacTaggart. Tickets are priced at £25 and a few are still available. Click here to buy a ticket.

We are looking forward to a wonderful weekend, celebrating all things Arran Whisky and music over the course of the 3 days.

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