Bobby Womack, Suzanne Vega, Lloyd Cole, for Celtic Connections

plus Mary Chapin Carpenter, Seth Lakeman, Tim Finn, Imelda May, & many more

published: Tue 15th Oct 2013

BobbyWomack (The Bravest Man)

Thursday 16th January to Sunday 2nd February 2014
various venues, Glasgow, City of Glasgow, G2 3NY, Scotland MAP
various - from FREE to around £35
daily capacity: 25000
last updated: Mon 18th Nov 2013

Bobby Womack, Suzanne Vega, Lloyd Cole, Mary Chapin Carpenter, Seth Lakeman, Tim Finn, Julie Fowlis, Imelda MaySharon Shannon, and Barbara Dickson are among the latest acts added to the Celtic Connections.

Also announced for the line-up appearing across Glasgow are Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas, Alexz Johnson, Alkinoos Ioannidis, Allan Prior, Aly Bain, Amadou & Mariam, Annabelle Chvostek, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Boban & Marko Markovic Gypsy Orkestar, Brian Miller, Caladh Nua, Caoimhin O Raghallaigh, Capercaillie, Carole Prior, Celtic Fiddle Festival, Ceri Owen Jones, Ceri Rhys Mathews, Cory Chisel, Darrell Scott, De Temps Antan, Dennis Wilson, Dick Gaughan, Donald Hay, Drew Talbot, Elephant Revival, Emily Smith, Gavin Marwick, Geordie MacKeeman And His Rhythm Boys, Gria, and Habadekuk.

The acts appearing from  Iain Anderson, Ian Bruce, Ian McCalman, Iarla O Lionaird, James Fagan, James Vincent McMorrow, Jazzateers, Jerry Douglas, The John Dipper Band, Jordie Lane, Karine Polwart, Kathleen MacInnes, Lau, Lindi Ortega, Luke Daniels, Mairi MacInnes, Manu Dibango, Martin Hayes & Dennis Cahill, Matheu Watson, Mike Grubbs, Miranda Rutter, Parveen Sabrina Khan, Patsy Reid, Phil Cunningham, Ragged Glory, RANT, Roddy Hart & The Lonesome Fire, Ron Pope, Roy Harper, Ruhaniyat, Sadie & the Hotheads, Salsa Celtica, Samantha Crain, Sangsters, Saurav Moni, Siobhan Miller, Soopna, Stephen Quigg, Stevie Palmer, Sturgill Simpson, Su-a Lee, Elysian Quartet, The Milk Carton Kids, The Mountain Firework Company, The Outside Track, The Staves, Thomas Bartlett, Tim Finn, Tim O'Brien, Tom Ward, Treacherous Orchestra, and Vasen.

Celtic Connections has also announced it will celebrate its 21st birthday by combining it with Robert Burns’s birthday, at Glasgow’s new Hydro arena with a concert that will welcome back a diverse array of acts who’ve previously graced the programme, while exploring Burns’s influence throughout the Commonwealth nations.

They join the previously announced Del Amitri, Mogwai, Bill Callahan, and The Big Dish as the first acts announced for a line-up of more than 2,100 artists who will take part in 300 events in over 20 venues across Glasgow.

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Ticket prices vary from FREE to £35.



Thursday 16th January to Sunday 2nd February 2014
various venues, Glasgow, City of Glasgow, G2 3NY, Scotland MAP
various - from FREE to around £35
daily capacity: 25000
last updated: Mon 18th Nov 2013


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