Thursday, June 14: The Nicht Afore
6.30pm Crying o’ the Burley 6.30pm – At strategic points in the town centre, all welcome.
7.15pm – United Crafts (Hammermen and Weavers) Bussin’ Concert, Victoria Halls, open to public.
Friday, June 15: Common Riding Day
4am – Rouse parade; Flute Band preambles town, wakening, in turn, Standard Bearer Martin Rodgerson and Provost David Anderson.
5.30am – Act of Remembrance by Ex-Soldiers at the War Memorial in Ettrick Terrace.
6am – First Drum: Silver Band plays around the town. 6.15am – Exiles sing Her Bright Smile at the County Hotel.
6.30am – Foot procession arrives at Victoria Halls; riders assemble in Back Row.
6.45am – Installation of Royal Burgh Standard Bearer Rodgerson by Provost Anderson and Bussin’ of Royal Burgh flag on the balcony of the Victoria Halls.
6.55am – Procession forms and marches to Market Place.
7am – Second Drum: processions move off Doon the Green.
7.30am – Riders ford the Ettrick Water.
7.45am – Riders in Linglie Glen.
8.45am – Riders at summit of Three Brethren.
9am – Foot procession re-forms in Market Place and leaves for Shawburn Toll.
9.40am (approx) – Coming in of the Burley and riders’ return.
10.15am (approx) – Procession re-forms again and returns to Market Place via Bleachfield Road and High Street.
11am (approx) – Casting of the Colours in Market Place. 11.10am (approx) – Two minutes’ silence.
11.15am – Return of the Burgh Flag “unsullied and untarnished” and conclusion of ceremonial.
2pm – Horseracing meeting at Gala Rig.
8.30pm – Common Riding Ball in Victoria Halls.
Saturday, June 16: Games Day
1.30pm – Games and gymkhana, including Highland Dancing, will take place at Philiphaugh.