The National Whisky Festival of Scotland will return to Aberdeen later this year.
Taking place at the Music Hall on Saturday September 5, the event will run across two sessions, each lasting three-and-a-half hours.
The first will kick off at noon, while the second will commence at 4.15pm.
Featuring whisky tastings, pop-up food, drink and craft stalls, entertainment and masterclasses held by expert brand ambassadors, the event will showcase dozens of exhibitors.
The full line-up and music and masterclass programmes for each session will be announced in the run up to the festival.
Tickets cost £35 per person and £25 for under 25s. The price includes entry to one of the sessions, a branded Glencairn National Whisky Festival glass to use on the day and take home, access to sampling the range of whiskies, a festival programme, discount vouchers for the festival bottle shop and live music.
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