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

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.