Ceol is a live music venture situated in the famous seaport of Campbeltown on Scotland’s historic Kintyre peninsula. Events are shared across two locations at the neighbouring Seafield and Ardshiel Hotels and fantastic accommodation packages and meal deals are on offer at the hotels for every gig. As if that wasn’t enough, we should also mention that the Ardshiel was recently named as The Scottish Field Whisky Bar of the Year, is officially recognised as a Whisky Embassy and has over 450 malt whiskies on display and the expertise of the proprietors, Flora and Marion, both Whisky Ambassadors, on hand to answer any of your questions about the collection. For information on accommodation packages please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01586 552133 (+44 1586 552133).
Ceol is a “must- visit” experience for genuine music lovers and a “must-play” stage for the finest musicians across the genres. Whether they are troubadours, exponents of blues, jazz, rock, folk or Americana music, Ceol is the place for them to be seen and heard in Kintyre.Many of our headliners will be well known and of international standing, others less so. However, the one thing we can guarantee is that the quality of the music will always shine through. With new sea and air links to Campbeltown offering an alternative to driving here, there has never been a better time to book that special mid-week/end musical breakweek. Oh, and if the gigs aren’t enough we can organise additional activities to fill the rest of your time with us. From whisky heritage tours to golf, windsurfing, ecotourism (by land and sea) walking and cycling etc., Campbeltown and the surrounding area has it all. If you want to find out more, visit Explore Campbeltown or send us an email at Ceol.
Coming up next at Ceol:
Here's a list of our confirmed gigs for the coming months. Remember to keep checking for updates!
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COMING TO CEOL IN 2014: So far, we have confirmed bookings for The Friel Sisters, Mike Whellans, Ewan McLennan, Dick Gaughan, Simone Felice Trio, The Wee Toon Tellers, Coaltown Daisies, Des Horsfall, Tir na Nog, The Wild Sarachs and a very welcome return from ace guitarist John Goldie. More information here and on our News page