Speyfest Food Vendors

We have a variety of food vendors on site serving you over the festival.

You will be able to purchase items such as hog roast, burgers, chips, freshly made chilli, macaroni, pizza and fresh donuts.

Enjoy!

Pilates at Speyfest

Pilates class suitable for all abilities, gentle stretching, full instruction given by Teresa Cox.

Saturday 10.15 to 11.15 a.m.

Sunday 11.15 to 12.15

Please bring a mat or towel if possible.

KCR – Speyfest 2017 Preview

Listen to KCR for a Speyfest 2017 Preview with Lewis Wiles

Thursday 27th July from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m.

and

Friday 28th July from 1 to 2 p.m.

Speyfest Ticket Office Update

We have moved to the festival site!

Speyfest Ticket Office will be open this week as follows:

Wednesday & Thursday 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Friday 3 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Saturday 1 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Sunday Noon to 7 p.m.

(All times are approx.)

 

KCR – John’s Jaunt

On Wednesday 26th, John Calder will be looking ahead to Speyfest on John’s Jaunt at 9pm

Listen in on 107.7fm

Glen Moray Nibbles

Glen Moray Nibbles Saturday 29th July at 12.45

Tickets £15 (Subject to booking fee) online and speyfest ticket office.

Join Emma from Glen Moray for a presentation of Glen Moray Family Tipples with a tasty accompaniment carefully chosen to tickle those taste buds. We have teamed up with several scottish producers to present this unique boozy ploughmans fayre. Without giving too much away, you will enjoy delights from the Isles, Murdoch Brothers Butchers in Forres, Highland Connage Dairy and Fochabers Ice Cream Parlour.

 

Speyfest Cookery

Spaces still available for our cookery sessions on Saturday 29th July at Noon, 1.45 and 3.30 p.m.

Priced £5

Elaine and her team return this year with hands on “cooking” sessions under the guidance of chef

Amanda Green (Oakwood Cookery School and Stag Catering)

Mexican Salmon Tacos are this years delight, create your take away from fresh ingredients.

Book your space by e-mailing Brenda.munro@speyfest.com

“Gimme Shelter”

Stramash will be on site Sunday afternoon, eager to teach families the skills in shelter building, all materials supplied. Big Kids must be accompanied by little kids to take part!
(Sunday ticket holders only, no reservation, first come basis on day).

Tasting Notes

Thank you to everyone who attended our Glen Moray Nibbles and Gin Tastic Tasting events at the weekend. A huge thank you to all our event sponsors who allowed this to happen.

As promised here is a summary of what you had!

Glen Moray Nibbles

  • Glen Moray Classic served with Glen Moray smoked salmon on brown bread
  • Glen Moray 12 year old served with Pork Pies from Murdoch Brothers of Forres
  • Glen Moray Port Cask served with Dunlop Cheese
  • Glen Moray Sherry Cask served with Gouda Cheese
    • Cheese from Highland Connage Dairy
    • Sweet Pickle Chutney from Baxters
  • Cask Strength served with Raspberry Ripple Ice Cream

Gin Tastic Tasting

  • Rock Rose Summer Edition Gin served with either Borage Flowers or Thyme
  • El-Gin with Raspberry
  • Caorunn Cocktail – Goodness Rose
    • 2 BTS of Caorunn, 4 cartons of pink grapefruit juice, Orange bitters, Grenadine, Top up with cloudy lemonade.
  • Inshriach 43 Proof with Lemon
  • Inshriach 57 Proof with Pink Grapefruit
  • Tyree Gin with lime
  • Walter Gregor Tonic served with all Gin’s apart from Cocktail

A final Speyfest Cheers to all our Gin Producers, Glen Moray and presenters Emma from Glen Moray, Tanya from El-Gin and Emma from Caorunn.