Tick­ets for music events avail­able from

Seashore Gallery, Cocken­zie
The Light­house Com­mu­ni­ty Hub, Pre­ston­pans
The Howff, Port Seton
Kelsey’s Book Shop, Hadding­ton

Tick­ets will also be avail­able on the door

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Sat 3rd June, 9–11.30pm, Free

Alex Hodg­son

The Prestoun­grange Gothen­burg
227–229 High St, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9BE

Tra­di­tion­al Scot­tish Folk
Sat­ur­day night in the Gothen­burg bar with Alex Hodg­son. Tra­di­tion­al Scot­tish folk music entwined with ban­ter, orig­i­nal mate­r­i­al and some cov­ers. What more could you ask for?


Sun 4th June, 3–5pm, Free

Arthur Wil­son and Those Pre­cious Things

The Thorn­tree Inn
100 High Street, Cocken­zie EH32 0DQ

Amer­i­cana-edged, pop-tinged songs
Along with mem­bers of his band Those Pre­cious Things, Arthur will be per­form­ing a col­lec­tion of his own songs. Amer­i­cana-edged, pop-tinged songs with gen­uine musi­cal depth — hooks to remem­ber and lyrics with reveal­ing hon­esty.


Sun 4th June, 3–6pm, Free

Bar­r­ie­gad­gies Sun­day Ses­sion by Alan Hunter

The Prestoun­grange Gothen­burg
227–229 High St, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9BE

Come and join the Bar­r­ie­gad­gies for their month­ly folk music ses­sion at the Goth.  Bring an instru­ment, a song, a sto­ry, or just your ears.  Fam­i­lies wel­come.


Sun 4th June, 7–9pm, £5

Edin­burgh Col­lege Tra­di­tion­al Music Band
fol­lowed by Time to Shine

Light­house Cen­tral Com­mu­ni­ty Hub
West Loan, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9NT

Edin­burgh College’s Tra­di­tion­al Music Band is made up of staff and full-time music stu­dents from the col­lege: fid­dlers, wood­wind play­ers, gui­tarists, per­cus­sion­ists and a bassist. They play their own arrange­ments of Celtic tunes – reels, jigs, strath­speys, airs, horn­pipes and lots more – from Scot­land, Ire­land, the USA and beyond.

Time to Shine — Orig­i­nal inter­pre­ta­tions of tra­di­tion­al Scot­tish, jazz and folk. “Time to Shine” are Mags Mac­far­lane and Dougie Math­ieson. We reg­u­lar­ly per­form live in Edin­burgh, play­ing an eclec­tic mix of tra­di­tion­al, jazz and world music, from Burns to Bea­t­les, Kern to Cohen, Sandy Den­ny to Sting.


Thurs 8th June, 7–9pm, £5

Pri­or Engage­ment & Friends, and The Black Vel­vet Trio

Light­house Cen­tral Com­mu­ni­ty Hub
West Loan, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9NT

An amal­ga­ma­tion of clas­si­cal, folk and home grown songs. We illus­trate our songs with pro­ject­ed images to enable the audi­ence to join in the cho­rus­es. We are delight­ed to be joined by The Black Vel­vet Trio, who bring a taste of acapel­la to the evening, cov­er­ing all gen­res; con­tem­po­rary, folk, pop, and show tunes.


Fri 9th June, 7–9pm, £5

Kleyne Klezmer
fol­lowed by Up in Smoke

Light­house Cen­tral Com­mu­ni­ty Hub
West Loan, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9NT

Kleyne Klezmer — Klezmer music has its roots in the musi­cal cul­ture of the Jews liv­ing in East­ern Europe, and is an intrigu­ing blend of east­ern and west­ern tra­di­tions. Its mood is at once reflec­tive and invig­o­rat­ing, hap­py and sad.

Up In Smoke is a four piece acoustic indie folk band from Ayr­shire, Scot­land. Formed in Jan­u­ary 2015, the band have played over 100 gigs around Glas­gow and Ayr­shire to a fan­tas­tic recep­tion, reflect­ed by a grow­ing num­ber of gen­uine fans, who are lov­ing their unique and stun­ning sound.


Sat 10th June, 2pm, Free

Sadie Maskery with spe­cial guests

Sam Burns Yard, Wood­end, Pre­ston­grange, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9SA

Sadie is lead singer with pop­u­lar local trio Arlen. Sadie has sung as part of the North Berwick Fringe by the Sea and Edin­burgh Fringe Fes­ti­vals for the last three years, and is delight­ed to be part of the 3 Har­bours Fes­ti­val in 2017. She will per­form with guests from the Edin­burgh and Loth­i­ans jazz and folk scene for an after­noon of mel­low musi­cal­i­ty.


Sat 10th June, 7.30–10.30pm, £10

North Sea Gas

Light­house Cen­tral Com­mu­ni­ty Hub
West Loan, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9NT

Scot­tish folk music enter­tain­ers.
With gui­tars, ban­jo, fid­dle, bouzou­ki, bodhran and more.
Three part har­monies, lots of cra­ic and a bag full of songs !!


Sun 11th June, 7–9.30pm, £5

fol­lowed by The Domes­tics

Light­house Cen­tral Com­mu­ni­ty Hub
West Loan, Pre­ston­pans EH32 9NT

Tom­fool­ery — Americana/Folk band per­form­ing the orig­i­nal songs of Tom Fairnie, who has been described as “Edinburgh’s Leonard Cohen”.
Tom Fairnie is an Edin­burgh-based poet/singer/songwriter who, along with his wife Jane, has a rich back­ground of per­for­mance and record­ed col­lab­o­ra­tions with oth­er poets and musi­cians. Tom­fool­ery is now Tom and Jane joined by Gra­ham Whyte, Alan Brand and Pauline Val­lance.


The Domes­tics — East Lothian’s own six piece eclec­tic alt-coun­try com­bo The Domes­tics! Aug­ment­ing their fine blend of songs of love, lost lives, and the laun­dry. Where else can you lis­ten to spell bind­ing music while cud­dling cosi­ly up on a couch sur­round­ed by 3 Har­bours Fes­ti­val art­work? Expect an evening of bub­bles, beer and bliss.