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Live at the Roastery

World Class Musicians in an Intimate Highland Setting

A singer playing a guitar stands on a stage in front of a microphone inside the atmospheric Glen Lyon Coffee roastery cafe

World Class Musicians in an Intimate Highland Setting

Live at the Roastery is our ongoing concert series, bringing some of Scotland’s most unique vocal talents to the Glen Lyon Coffee roastery. These intimate gigs, with a capacity of just 50 people, offer a singular atmosphere in which to appreciate live music.

Aberfeldy is a small town in the remote Scottish Highlands, and we’re proud to be able to offer these memorable music nights to our local community. We also like to partner with local businesses to offer beer from our friends at Wasted Degrees and wood-fired pizza provided by the Glen Lyon Tea Room.

A person stands behind a microphone while seated audience members look on at a Glen Lyon Coffee Roasters Live at the Roastery poetry event

a selection of our previous concerts


Singer-songwriter Rosie H. Sullivan joined us in June 2023 to play songs from her debut EP ‘123 Degrees East’ as well as new music from her upcoming collection ‘In My Nature’. Rosie’s voice has been compared to Laura Marling and Phoebe Bridgers, and we can’t wait to see what she does next.


In January 2023 we hosted an evening of poetry from acclaimed poets Jon Plunkett and Morag Anderson with blues music by award-winning Bert Bertram. 


Our first ever Live at the Roastery in December 2022 featured renowned Gaelic musician and songwriter Kim Carnie. Kim played songs from her debut album ‘And So We Gather’, shortlisted for the Trad Album of the Year and written and arranged during lockdowns in Glen Lyon and the Isle of Skye.

Upcoming gigs

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