From the Scottish Highlands to the global stage— now celebrating over four decades with the release of ‘ReLoved’, a journey through our Gaelic heritage.

Our latest release

It’s here! We’re so happy to announce our new album ReLoved, a special collection of symphonic arrangements featuring the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.

We celebrate our 40th anniversary in 2024, so to record with the incredible BBC SSO and hear the music come alive in a new way is a dream come true.

ReLoved was released on double vinyl on 10th May and streaming platforms on 31st May. You can order the album now!

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At the heart of it all
At the heart of it all
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Our upcoming concerts

Don’t miss the chance to see us perform live at our next concert. Get your tickets now and experience the thrilling atmosphere of our music up close!

Check out our schedule and secure your spot at the earliest upcoming gig. Whether you’re a long-time fan or a first-time attendee, our concerts promise an unforgettable experience.

Cambridge Folk Festival
Cherry Hinton Hall Park
July 25, 2024
Guinness Festival
Sion, Switzerland
August 10, 2024
Tønder Festival 2024
August 23, 2024

40 years and counting

From our homeland roots of Argyll in the highlands of Scotland, Capercaillie have been credited with being the major force in bringing traditional Celtic music to the world stage and inspiring the great resurgence so evident today.

And even four ground-breaking decades after Capercaillie first performed as teenagers in our native Scottish Highlands; even as we continue the worldwide musical journey that’s taken us from the Brazilian rainforest to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, not to mention into the pop charts – it is the ancient Gaelic culture that still inspires us most.

"The most vibrant and exciting band in the field of Celtic music"

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