Scotland's most loved wee festival, the Mhor Festival is back for it's sixth year with a packed line-up of artisan food and drink producers, sell-out recording artists, theatre and entertainment, all kicking off from 3pm Friday 26 May 2017.
For the first year ever, Mhor Festival will be hosting an all-star female chef line-up for the coveted Mhor Feast (Friday 26th May).
The festival line-up includes the traditional raft race, aerial trapeze performances, breadmaking workshops and baking competitions, circus skills workshop, the omelette challenge, disco yoga, and much much more.
The festival will include live music, DJs, and artisan market, competitions, kids entertainment, oyster and champagne bar, craft beers, cocktail garden, work shops, cinema and comedy which starts on Friday and goes on until Sunday.
The venue for the Festival is Monachyle MHOR Farm, Balquihidder, Perthshire, FK19 8PQ.
Only 1.5 hours drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow and 1 hour north of Stirling just off the A84 between Strathyre and Lochearnhead.
You could always arrive by seaplane in a Loch Lomond Seaplane flying over the Trossachs and landing on Loch Voil!
The weekend promises to be a great gamily event with activities designed for all ages. Full details of the Festival programme can be found on the MHOR website at www.mhorfestival.net.
If you are planning a stay here in our part of central Scotland in one of our self-catering holiday cottages over the last weekend in May then why not go along to the MHOR Festival for part (or all) of the weekend for a variety of experiences.