The Troot Tour Videos
Details of the 2017 Troot
■ Birthdays & Anniversary
Student & School Dances
■ Fundraising Events
Scottish Society Balls
Learn to Dance Ceilidh
What is a typical Wedding set?
Our standard package consists of a three ceilidh band. The normal set time elapsed time is 4 hours (inclusive of a 30 minute break which
we normally take during the evening buffet).
The band will play a lively set of Jigs, Reels and Marches
for well known set dances such as The Dashing White Sergeant, Strip the
Willow, Witches Reel, Virginia Reel and many others whilst blending with
couple dances such as Waltzes, The Gay Gordons, Britannia Two-Step, and the
Canadian Barn Dance. The band is continually adding new dances from Scotland
and Ireland whilst picking up the odd dance from their world travels! The
band will lead you through the dances if
A typical order of play for a wedding or private party would be:
- Bridal Dance or First Dance (either ceilidh band or Ipod track
(supplied by customer)).
- Ceilidh band would then play for one to one and one half hours until the evening
- Band would have a 30 minute break during the buffet and some Ipod background music
would be played. (Could be supplied by customer or we can supply)
- After the break, we would play another one to one and one half
We can also play Ipod music, supplied by the customer, at any point
throughout our set.
*On some occasions we can supply a disco at an additional cost. An
on-floor dance caller with radio mic can be supplied at an additional cost
(this may be required for larger functions where there are may novice
Top Class Musicians
Customer Testimonials available
Expert Dance Caller
"I just wanted to thank you for
being such an amazing band last Friday - superb music, as always, and you
really created a great atmosphere! All of us at Rowan had a fantastic time
and we've also had lots of our guests commenting on the evening, and the
music in particular.... "
"Every guest commented on how
professional, musical and apt the Band were. The variety of tunes played and
the dance calling were all the best that they could be. "
"The music was fantastic and so many
people said to me that it was the best ceilidh band they had ever seen. It
was great the way that you danced and called."