Festival Ceilidh Night

Next years MOK Fest Ceilidh Night will be on Aug 21st 2020


This years performers were:

The Glenfinnan Ceilidh Band


Dalriada Connections Band

Kintyre Schools Pipe Band

 The MOK Fest ‘Festival Ceilidh Night’ offers all the family a fantastic evening that goes with a swing.

Glenfinnan Ceilidh Band smThe Glenfinnan Ceilidh Band

West Lochaber has always been fertile ground for attracting and nurturing traditional talent and this grouping of musical giants is testament to that.

All based in Glenfinnan village, the Ceilidh Band members include stalwarts from the traditional music world who are as at home playing large concert venues around the world as intimate bothy cèilidhs.

 On fiddle is Iain MacFarlane (Blazin’ Fiddles), Colm O’Rua (Daimh) on banjo, Iain MacMaster on accordion/ dance calling and Ingrid Henderson (Cliar/ Anne Martin duo) on piano and vocals. Formed for the sheer fun of playing good music, together their unique blend of West Coast dance music will get your toes tapping.

 “A band you could dance to!  A rare commodity in this ever-racing world, with a musicality that was refreshing.”

“Pedigrees that guarantee quality.” The Scotsman



EriskaEriska is a six-piece Glasgow-based folk band established in 2016. The band’s lineup includes members from the traditional music, jazz, and classical courses at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. The members draw upon their disparate backgrounds and combine rock, jazz and folk styles to create a unique sound using both traditional tunes and band members’ original compositions

With musicians from Argentina, Italy and the USA as well as Scotland, they blend many musical traditions together to make a fresh kind of Scottish music. Having played at festivals including Celtic Connections, Boston Celtic Music Festival, the National Fete de la Musique and Piping Live, the individual members bring together plenty of performing experience and energy.

Website: www.eriska.net



Dalriada Connections Band

Dalriada Connections Band 2019 sm











Kintyre Schools Pipe Band


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