Occasionally the Inn offers live music in the bar or outside the Inn. This is normally on a Thursday evening or a Sunday afternoon. We are quite restricted by space in the bar so don't host many events, especially between April and September. We have a few regular acts who play throughout this time.

We also use our events calendar to promote/advise of other local events in the area so please check where the event is taking place!

Please also check out our Facebook page for updates or changes to events.


Finnish & Scottish folk music with Nightbird (Anna-Stina Jungerstam) & Mike Lennie from 9pm in the bar

Thursday 26th March

The Inn is very pleased to welcome, for the first time, the acoustic, melodic folk sounds of Nightbird (Anna-Stina Jungerstam) & Mike Lennie. Both artists would be performing just with acoustic guitars, doing a solo set each and no doubt with a little bit of overlap. Should be a lovely chilled Spring evening :)

Nightbird is (Anna-Stina) and is from one of the small Swedish-speaking areas of Finland and plays her own particular brand of folk blues.Her new album is scheduled for release in spring 2020. For more details please check out her website: http://www.nightbirdishere.com/

Mike Lennie, who is originally from Fife but now lives in Helsinki plays his own brand of folk music. Please check him out on here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UjWC2Wrc7k


EASTER MARKET & LUNCH - APPLECROSS COMMUNITY HALL - 12pm-3pm

Friday 10th April

There will be an Easter Market with a strupag (soup/sandwiches/cakes/teas) on Easter Friday from 12pm-3pm. Local producers and stall holders will be set up with their wares for you to browse and purchase whilst enjoy a great lunch. Fundraising for local causes. Hope you can come along and enjoy whilst supporting the local community.


Bealach Beag - BEALACH CLOSED 10.30am till 1.30pm (coast road open as normal)

Saturday 2nd May

Iconic road challenge over 43 miles around our beautiful peninsula. PLEASE BE AWARE THERE WILL BE ROAD CLOSURES FOR THIS EVENT. THE BEALACH IS CLOSED FROM 10.30am UNTIL 1.30pm BUT THE COAST ROAD WILL BE OPEN AS NORMAL.

Riders will leave Sheildaig between 10:30 and 11:00, following a route straight towards Tornapress through Sheildaig glen.

They then ride over the Bealach-na-Ba to Applecross and around the peninsula (coast road) back to a finish in Sheildaig. Please refer to the organisers website for details.


Bealach Mor Cycling Event - BEALACH WILL BE CLOSED 10.30 – 13.30 (approx)

Saturday 5th September

This 90 mile cycling challenge incorporates Applecross peninsula, including the famous Bealach Na Ba! PLEASE BE AWARE THERE ARE ROAD CLOSURES FOR THIS EVENT. NORMALLY THE BEALACH IS CLOSED FROM 10.30 till 13.30 ON THE DAY BUT CHECK OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR UPDATES.


Zetor in the Kailyard in the bar from 9pm

Thursday 10th September

Returning for 6th year at the Inn, come and enjoy the sounds of Zetor with us for a great night. Always a great night with Roddy and Kate who are multi-instrumentally talented musicians.

Pushing traditional music to the edge of modernity, from the west coast of Ireland to the East coast of Fife...combining diverse instrumentation and innovative beats...
Music of the common people, old and new, from a highly accomplished band.


Applecross Duathlon 2020

Saturday 19th September

This locally run duathlon covers 9 miles on foot through the glen and 15 miles on bike with 3,300 feet of ascent and descent on the picturesque Applecross coastal route. Funds are raised for the local community hall.

Please be aware of cyclists on the coast road in the afternoon, heading South! Good luck to all entrants from us :)


Tarneybackle – Celtic folk trio from 9pm

Thursday 24th September

They're heading back (like a Glasgow cat) to play for us again. Always a great night with these lovely people who just happen to be great musicians too :) Tarneybackle are a great Scottish group who play regularly at the Inn. They play a mixture of traditional and contemporary Scottish folk music from 9pm in bar. Come along to enjoy the music and craic.