The Tartan Terrors have brought their unique blend of Scottish/Celtic Music and Dance and Comedy to loyal fans and audiences at PAC’s, theatres and top international Festivals throughout North America. Featuring classic pipes and fiddle, along with driving drum tones, electric bass and signature guitar styles, the band blends traditional folklore, dance, and humor, with a high energy rock sound, and brings a modern feel to traditional Celtic fare.
Well loved by presenters and audiences alike, the band has a deep belief in giving back and offers special “Party With A Purpose” evenings that give back to local charities. As part of the band’s ongoing support of Breast Cancer organizations and survivors, they donate a portion of merch sales from every show and, to date, have raised just under $200,000. Firm believers in Community involvement, the Terrors will also work with local dance schools, pipe and drum corps and school groups and make them a part of the show. Outreach, Fundraising and Special Holiday programs available.
“We absolutely LOVE this band at Lakeside. The band is professional and great to work with from the very start and they are a favorite of both our staff and audience. The show is wonderful. I would highly recommend them to any presenter and we will definitely be bringing them back to close out our season on a high note !”
– Shirley Stary , Lakeside Art Center
““Our community loved the Terrors! Their spirit of fun and energy was contagious—they had us at Hello! They were particularly cunning to learn so much about our town so they could personalize their show to make us all laugh at ourselves. Very effective. It was a sold out show on a Tuesday in February—quite a feat! They are the kind of act that everyone can relate to, their humor was genuine, not canned, and family friendly. Their program was
varied, mixing upbeat with ballads, instrumentals and singing, comedy and reflection—“Pink” was particularly poignant.Everyone walked out of our theatre sky-high—wanting more—and inspired to face a bleak Wednesday the next morning with a bit more spirit than before! That was the power of the Terrors!”
– Matt Cadman , Wenatchee Arts Center
“Our audience loved you so much the first time around (and kept asking us when you’d return!) We exceeded our ticket goals, and most importantly, our patrons enjoyed a high energy, fun filled and musically exciting evening.”
– Lisa Rigby-Peterson, Lone Tree Art Center, Lone Tree, CO