WHAT'S ON in 2017

Ethan Dalziel and Harry Thomson good friends who have played together for years, and collaborated on a range of projects. Ethan is a guitar player who is moving to Berlin to study at the Institute of Music, and Harry a pianist enrolled at The Birmingham Conservatoire. They will play a tight set of jazz classics, with undertones of Soul and R'n'B.

11.00   Gates open 

12.00   Graham Campbell, Castlehill Restaurant 

12.45   Adam Newth, Tayberry Restaurant

13.30   Candice Brown, Great British Bake Off 2106 winner

14.30   Nick Nairn, Nick Nairn cook school 

15.30   Jak O'Donnell, The Sisters Restaurant, Great British Menu 

16.15   Christopher Trotter, Fife Food Ambassador

17.00   Mark Heirs, Private Chef   

Rococo Quartet.

Relax and enjoy the beautiful music drift through the air, played for you by Aberdeenshire’s well known string ensemble, the Rococo Quartet. The quartet will perform a pot pourri of well-known tunes ranging from Bach to Beyonce.. 

Sonnet 65

Hailing from Kirriemuir Sonnet65 formed in 1999 and through the years have developed their unique Fiddle-embellished Rock sound. Sonnet65 lace together straight-up rock grooves with scorching violin lines to make you kick off your shoes and dance. The band show their refined side on Sunday performing a stripped down acoustic set to accompany the delightful sights, scents and flavours on offer at the Taste Angus Food & Drink Festival.

11.00   Gates open 

12.00    Jak O'Donnell, The Sisters Restaurant, Great British Menu

12.45    Jamie Scott, Newport Restaurant

13.30   Candice Brown, Great British Bake Off 2016 winner

14.30   Gary Maclean, Masterchef The Professionals Winner 2016

15.30   Eden & Jordan Sinclair, Sinclair's Catering 

16.15   Lorna McNee, Scottish Young Chef of the Year 2017, Highland Game 

17.00   Praveen Kumar, Tabla Restaurant

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Sunday 20th August 2017

Still to come! ...


Once again ​Taste Angus is bringing together the best in local produce and culinary talent from around the region for a fantastic weekend of foodies delights. Come along and savour the fine foods available right on our doorstep - sample signature dishes fromtop Scottish chefs, chat to the local producers, try before youbuy from the market, sit back and enjoy the live music with a locally brewed beer or gin cocktail. Don't worry about the kids - there's plenty to keep them occupied too! Our full 2017 programmewill bereleased very soon!  For now, have a look below at the top talent joining us in the food theatre.

Celebrity Chef book signings 


L. I. Am and The Notorious G. I. B.

A High School friendship Liam Wilkie and Steven Gibbons began writing, recording and performing their indie-rock influenced guitar music at about 13 years old. They would shortly go on to form Sonnet65   They are to be seen at Glamis playing a selection of well-known classics and some more obscure personal favourites from their extensive and eclectic set-list..


Ganked are a 3 piece acoustic quartet who didn't do very well at maths at school! Reviving everything from punk, mod and indie from the 3rd year social area to modern day tunes with an acoustic twist and a pinch of sarcastic banter, Ganked do their thing mainly in pubs, houses, halls and cowsheds in North East Scotland.

Field Sports with Angus Glens Moorland Group


The Main Event

​Food  Theatre 

Hosted by BBC Great British Menu Chef Jak O'Donnell


Email: INFO@tasteangus.co.uk    ​Tel: 01356 650 388

Afternoon tea hosted by Candice Brown 

Saturday 19th August 2017

The Broon Troot Orchestra

Alongside the Food and Drink demonstrations, members of local band The Broon Troot Orchestra, will be performing live.  Featuring Angus fiddler Karen Hannah, the band will provide a selection of your favourite Scottish ceilidh / Celtic tunes.