Plans for this year’s Fraserburgh Super Saturdays are well under way with lots of new and exciting attractions in store for visitors.
The first Super Saturdays event of the year will take place on May 13 with the theme ‘Fraserburgh Celebrates’ and will showcase local entertainers Tribal Mutiny Belly Dancers, Fraserburgh singers Killer Heels and musical entertainers The Broch Drama Group.
Well-known children’s entertainer – Artie Trezise, co-founder and performer with the legendary Singing Kettle, will entertain young and old with songs and stories from his new solo show Artie’s Tartan Tales. He will perform two shows in the Old Parish Church.
Fraserburgh Super Saturdays’ first event of the year will feature a wealth of local stallholders selling hot and cold food, gift ideas for the home and garden, sweet treats, crafts plus much more.
Event coordinator, Leona Findlay said: “We are kicking off the year with a fun-packed programme with something to entertain everyone. We are delighted to welcome Artie and we’re sure he is going to be a huge attraction with everyone. The Old Parish Church has kindly allowed us to use the church as the venue for the show so it’s great that the church is involved with our community-led event.
“We are looking forward to welcoming back many popular stallholders this year but are also excited to welcome some new stallholders. We have a few surprises in store for visitors to the Super Saturdays in May which I’m sure they won’t want to miss – especially Star Wars fans!”
Premier Inflatables will attend Super Saturdays throughout the year with bouncy castles and slides.
Super Saturdays takes place on Saltoun Square from 10am until 3.30pm. This year’s events will be held on May 13, June 10, July 8, August 12. September 9 and December 9.