Festival Ceilidh Night

Grouse Ceilidh Band

Rhuvaal

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.


Grouse Ceilidh Band

With band members hailing from the four corners of Scotland, each bring their own musical style and influences from their homeground. Each member of the band is an alumni from the prestigeous Bachelor of Arts Degree with Honours in Applied Music at the University of Strathclyde and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Bachelor of Music in Tradition Music in Glasgow. Through years of playing together in various ensembles, Ali, Mairi Thérèse, Matt and Pablo have an unrivalled onstage chemistry and natural charisma together. In addition, their honed natural prowess makes Grouse Ceilidh Band one of the best modern ceilidh bands Scotland has to offer.

Web Site: https://www.grouseceilidhband.com/

 

 

Rhuvaal

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RHUVAAL make their debut at this years Dalriada Connections Concert having played at the Young Folk Night in previous years.

They are now making quite a name for themselves playing at the Campbeltown Malt Fest supporting Skipnnish at a charity concert in the Victoria Hall, performing with Trail West and Heron Valley at Carradale Village Hall and playing at various festivals across Scotland

Web sit: http://rhuvaalband.weebly.com/

 

 

 

 

Dalriada Connections Band

The Dalriada Connections Band return to open the concert sets up following their stunning performance at last years event.  The band has played at every Mitchells Glengyle Dalriada Connections Concert with its core members surrounded by some of the best Pan Celtic artists around.

The Friday night line-up will include many of the artists who will play across the Festival over the weekend as well as students and tutors from the afternoon workshops in Campbeltown Grammar School.

 

Kintyre Schools Pipe Band

This local multi award winning pipe band continue to impress their audiences with their skill and maturity.  Promising youngsters with dedicated tutors appear tonight, at The Grand Parade, an evening pipe band parade and also at Survivors Night.

 

 

 

 

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