The Festival will take place with the usual fantastic mix of traditional music, dance and song in early September.
Some of Scotland’s most exciting young traditional musicians will take centre stage at the Linlithgow Folk Festival in September and the organisers are claiming that the event will be the biggest and best yet.
Have a look the 2017 programme here.
If you're coming from further afield why not make it a day trip or an overnight stay? There are lots of brilliant places to visit, eat, drink and rest your head in and around Linlithgow. Use the 'Things to Do' and 'Where to Stay' buttons below to give you some inspiration!
From Edinburgh and the east leave the M9 at junction 3 and follow the A803 into Linlithgow.
From Falkirk and the north leave the M9 at junction 4 and follow the A803 into the town.
From Glasgow and the west leave the M8 at junction 4 and follow the A706 into Linlithgow.
From Carlisle and the south leave the M74 at junction 13. Follow the A73 into Lanark and join the A706 to Linlithgow.
Buses serve Linlithgow from Edinburgh, Stirling and many towns within West Lothian.
Linlithgow station is on the line from Edinburgh Waverly to Falkirk, Glasgow Queen Street and to Dunblane.
Visit Scotrail or Travelinescotland to work out your route from any location in Scotland. In just a few minutes, the journey planner will find the quickest and easiest way for you to reach your destination. Details of any rail disruptions or rail works are also shown.
The full-colour 12-page Festival guide has been launched and it contains details of all the events, many of which are free. Click here to view last year's.
Copies can also be obtained at the Burgh Halls, Wilson's newsagents, the Line Gallery and other local outlets.
The Festival Box office will be at the Burgh Halls, Tel. 01506 282720.