Jun 16 2016

“Julie to headline Findhorn Bay Festival 2016”

The Findhorn Bay Festival 2016 was launched today, with the news that Julie is to open this year's festival on Wednesday September 21st.

A biannual event, the festival will showcase a vibrant mix of theatre, music, dance and visual art in a six-day celebration of the Arts in Moray and beyond.  In Scotland's Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design, the festival will also host a programme of architecture, design and innovation-led events, exhibitions, talks and tours all set in unexpected spaces and locations.  

Julie will perform on the opening night amidst the stunning neo-gothic splendour of St Laurence Church in Forres, which is sure to be an unforgettable and atmospheric start to the festival.  The Nairn Gaelic Choir will perform during the concert, and local musician and composer Calum Stewart will also join Julie and the band as a special guest for this show.

Tickets are available now at

Jun 08 2016


Julie is delighted to announce a series of dates in the Fall 2016 throughout the United States.

Starting in North Carolina, Julie will be on tour in October - a summary of dates are below and full venue details and ticketing links can be found at

Thur 6 Oct Carolina Theatre of Durham. Durham, North Carolina.

Fri 7 Oct Carnegie Hall. Lewisburg, West Virginia.

Sat 8 Oct The American Theatre. Hampton, Virginia.  

Sun 9 Oct AMP by Strathmore. North Bethesda, Maryland.

Thur 13 Oct Nightingale Concert Hall – University of Nevada. Reno, Nevada.   

Fri 14 Oct Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center. Livermore, California.

Sun 16 Oct McCain Auditorium – Kansas State University. Manhattan, Kansas.

Tues 18 Oct Emporia Granada Theatre. Emporia, Kansas.

Thur 20 Oct Culp Auditorium. East Tennessee State University. Johnson City, Tennessee.

Fri 21 Oct Gunter Theatre. Peace Center for the Performing Arts. Greenville, South Carolina. 

Remember to follow Julie on Twitter @juliefowlis ( and like her Facebook page to keep up with more frequent updates, chitter chatter and news.

May 18 2016

“May Festivals - Oban and Orkney”

Following her appearance at the highly successful ‘Oban Live’ music event last weekend, Julie is now looking forward to heading north next week for the 'Orkney Folk Festival 2016'.


The Festival runs from 26 - 29 May 2016 and Julie will feature in 4 concerts between the 27 – 29 May; including the ‘Harray Ceilidh’ (27th); the ‘Lunchtime Club’ (28th); the ‘Stromness Concert’ (28th) and the ‘Farewell Concert Two’ (29th) and as is the case for most of the Festival Concerts......all are already SOLD OUT!!


For all details of the Festival including the full line-up, ticket sales, etc, visit the official website at:  


You can also check out the full Programme here:  

May 08 2016

“Julie Heading to the Sunny West of Scotland for ‘Oban Live’ 2016!”

As previously announced, ‘Oban Live’ is a 2 day open air concert taking place at Mossfield Stadium in the heart of Oban on the 13th& 14th of May 2016 with Julie and her band performing on Saturday 14th May.

Other acts over the 2 days, include Scottish favourites,  Capercaillie, Aly Bain and Phil Cunningham Wolfstone Irish band We Banjo 3  Skerryvore and headlining on the final night – KT Tunstall   

With the weather forecast looking warm and sunny for this week in Oban it will be thee place to be, so for full details about the event, latest news, line-up and tickets, etc…….visit:


Apr 08 2016

“BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards and Hebridean Celtic Festival ”

Julie is delighted to announce her involvement in a brand new project which will open the Hebridean Celtic Festival in July.  As part of "Bealach", An Lanntair’s Creative Places award, the organisation have created a special event to celebrate the festival’s 21st birthday. "Hebridean Women" will feature traditional Gaelic singers from throughout the Hebrides and focus on songs for and about women.

The project has been designed to encourage collaboration, promote the music and song from the area, but also, and importantly, to provide a “master and apprentice” style of working, with singers chosen from all generations.  This special night will feature Julie, Kathleen MacInnes, Cathie Ann Macphee, Isobel Ann Martin and Mary Smith.  Tickets available here:

Julie has a busy couple of weeks ahead, with a performance at the Celtic Days Festival in Hude, Germany next week then onto the Royal Albert Hall in London to present the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards with her friend and co-presenter Mark Radcliffe on April 27th.  

Julie with the brilliant Québécois quartet 'Le Vent du Nord' perform “Noces Tragique”.

Gach sgeul, the new album, OUT NOW

Julie Fowlis performing Hè Gràdh Hò Gràdh’ on BBC's Transatlantic Sessions


Tour Dates

25th Feb
Grande salle Pierre Boulez, Philharmonie de Paris, 221, avenue Jean-Jaurès, 75019 Paris, France **SOLD OUT**

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