Festival Overview

Virtual MOK fest 2021 18th – 22nd August


Tuesday 17th and Wednesday 18th 

Mull of Kintyre Music Festival Heritage Trail Walks and whisky tours (TBC)
Hear Campbeltown’s history on a waterfront walk.

All week there will be MOK Fest whisky and gin tours of Glen Scotia, Springbank and Beinn an Tuirc Distillery’s TBC

Wed 18th August

Festival Gaelic Concert (£10)
Argyll Hotel, Campbeltown

Musicians: Catherine Tinney – Iain MacPherson 

The Argyll Hotel turns into an old fashioned ceilidh house with great tunes, stories, songs and fantastic chorus singing.  

Thursday 19th August

Young Folk Night (£7)
Heritage Centre, Campbeltown 
This is a showcase for the young musical talent of South Kintyre.

Friday 20th August

Festival Ceilidh Night (£18 / £9 for children)
Victoria Hall, Campbeltown, Doors 7.30pm 
Ceilidh music at it’s best with support performances from the Scotia Ceilidh Band, Wee Toon Tellers and Dalriada Connections Band 

Saturday 21st August

Up the Close” 1.00pm (Donations) TBC
Springbank, Campbeltown

An open air concert with local stalls, crafts, free live music as well children’s entertainment

Saturday Session Venue: Kilbrannan Bar 1.00pm 
An afternoon of music with the MOK Fest mega music session featuring many artists who perform on stage over the weekend and live performances from guest artists

Saturday Traditional Concert (£18)
Heritage Centre, Campbeltown (Doors 7.00pm)
Bands: Da Birlinn and The Claire Hastings Trio

Glen Scotia West Coast Rocks Concert in the Vic (£27)
Victoria Hall, Campbeltown, (Doors 7.30pm)

Bands: Tide Lines, Beinn Lee and Rhuvaal

MC Alison Moffat Leith

Sunday 22nd August

Kilkerran Distillery Dalriada Connections Concert (£14 incl sponsors miniature)
Heritage Centre, Campbeltown (Doors 1.30pm)
Artists from across the Pan Celtic world feature in this hugely popular concert.

Bands: Ross Couper and Tom Oakes – Ciaran Mulholland – Lorne MacDougall – Ross Conner Trio plus much more

Survivors Night Concert (£22)
Victoria Hall, Campbeltown 
Pop, rock, brass, traditional, pipe band music and much more at this legendary concert.

Bands: Slainte Davaar Allstars – Rhuvaal – Gilchristians – we.R.soul – Alex, Archie and Arran McAllister

MC Alison Moffat Leith

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