What a year 2016 was!
2017 is shaping up to be the best festival year yet with amazing ideas, workshops and performances!AIYF’s resolutions are: Live your life, explore new horizons, go for new adventures this New Year and you will not regret it.2017 Dates: Fri 28th July – Sat 5th Aug
Hello! I’m Jessie – AIYF’s new marketing & communications guru and all around music & dance appreciator! (the one behind the insane hash-tagging on social media!)
We are working on a really exciting and interactive programme this year and will send updates on how to participate, get involved and give aways! Keep your eyes peeled for more updates on our website and social media and get excited!
Hi! I’m Laura, and I’m the new Festival Administration Assistant here at AIYF. I’ve been working with the festival since last February, where I worked as one of the festival interns. I’m super excited build upon my experiences from last years festival, and put my own spin on all of our upcoming events!
I’m currently in my final year at RGU, studying Events Management, and will start working full-time with the festival after my exams in May.
I love meeting new people, travelling, snapping photos and spending time with my friends, family and dogs!
Our Fundraising Concert will be at Queen’s Cross Church on Friday 10th March at 7.30pm Come along and bring your friends! Tickets are available here!
Hosted by our one and only Festival Manager, Amanda MacLeod, who will take you through our featured performances:
Find out more about the event on our Facebook Page Here
Participate at the Festival Applications for participating are open until end of Feb
(28th July – 5th August 2017)
You can download the application form here!
Taking part in Aberdeen International Youth Festival is both rewarding and memorable. We welcome applications from solo performers as well as groups from around the world, who are keen to be part of this creative and enriching event.