Jamie MacDougall Tour Dates

Jamie performs many of the songs, arias and ballads that inspired him, from McKellar's incredible legacy of recordings. This includes Handel arias, the folksongs of Robert Burns, the songs of Vienna, songs of the Hebrides - and of course, his own famous compositions such as The Tartan, as well as songs made famous by the likes of Nat King Cole and Matt Monro. Jamie MacDougall tour dates listed on Ents24.com since Dec 2008.

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Past Events

Here are the most recent UK tour dates we had listed for Jamie MacDougall. Were you there?

  • Music From Mexico Mr McFall's Chamber, Jamie MacDougall
    Edinburgh, The Queen's Hall
  • Music From Mexico Mr McFall's Chamber, Jamie MacDougall
    Glasgow, Recital Rooms
  • BBC Proms In The Park Scotland 2018 Sophie Ellis Bextor, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Jamie MacDougall
    Glasgow, Glasgow Green
  • The Last Night of the Hallé Proms The Hallé Orchestra, Jamie MacDougall, Stephen Bell
    Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
  • Lauder Jamie MacDougall, Scottish Opera
    Glasgow, Theatre Royal
  • Jamie MacDougall Susan Tomes, Maxwell String Quartet
    Glasgow, Cairns Church of Scotland
  • Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Gleneagles Gala Concert Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Symphony Orchestra, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Chamber Choir (formerly RSAMD), Karen Cargill, Jamie MacDougall
    Glasgow, City Halls
  • Epilepsy Scotland Presents Our Christmas Concert Jamie MacDougall, Junior and Senior Choirs of Loretto School
    Edinburgh, Greyfriars Tolbooth and Highland Kirk
  • A Concert for Jack Jamie MacDougall, Patricia MacMahon, Lorna Anderson, Fali Pavri, Sinae Lee…
    Glasgow, Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (formerly RSAMD)
  • Jamie MacDougall
    Ellon, Haddo House