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For 2023 we are focusing on the community offering free entertainment every night for visitors and locals alike to enjoy with local and invited bands playing in venues across the villages.
The core of Largo Arts Week’s success is the Open Studios and once again we offer an amazing array of art and crafts with 60 artists and makers exhibiting across 37 studios. Reinforcing the depth of creativity throughout our community.
Free evening entertainment will be offered by The Upper Largo Hotel and Crusoe where we welcome the return of popular Fife bands Passing Sages, Best Dressed Blues Band, Rewind and Astral Suns along with new faces including Sleekit plus many more.
The festival will close with a return of the Omar Afif and the Gnawa Trance Fusion band who with their blend of Moroccan folk, jazz and blues will have the audience dancing the night away to their afrobeat rhythms and melodies as the sun sets on the historic Largo pier. Definitely one of the highlights of 2022 and we promise they will play a longer set this year.
The Aurrie celebrates the start of their 3rd year with a week-long programme of events including the welcome return of comedian Fred McAuley and the legendary Artie’s Singing Kettle plus many more.
Young and old can take part in the annual painting competition which will be held over one day this year ensuring the streets and beach will be full of artists trying to depict our beautiful villages.
The food vans return to the Temple car park this year with their delicious offering of gourmet street food.
Once again Largo Arts Week offers something for everyone, young and old. Of course it goes with saying the sunshine has been booked for the week.
The official launch will be in early June when the full programme of events will be revealed. Keep an eye on social media and the Largo Arts Week website.