8th – 12th August 2018
Tuesday 7th and Wednesday 8th
Mull of Kintyre Music Festival Heritage Trail Walks and whisky tours
Hear Campbeltown’s history on a waterfront walk then join in a tour of Springbank Distillery
Wed 8th August
Festival Gaelic Concert (£10)
Seafield Hotel, Campbeltown
Kim Carnie & Innes White will headline this years Gaelic Concert with support from Iain MacPherson and many local artists as Ceol turns into an old fashioned ceilidh house with great tunes, stories, songs and fantastic chorus singing. Christine Macintyre will be your host for the night as Bean-an-Tigh
Thursday 9th August
Young Folk Night (£7)
Heritage Centre, Campbeltown
This is a showcase for the young musical talent of South Kintyre.
Friday 10th August
Kintyre Schools Pipe Band Parade (FREE)
Main Street, Campbeltown
Piping at its finest on parade on Campbeltown Main Street.
Festival Ceilidh Night (£18 / £9 for children)
Victoria Hall, Campbeltown, Doors 7.30pm
Grouse Ceilidh Band, Rhuvaal, Dalriada Connections Band and Kintyre Schools Pipe Band.
Saturday 11th August
Carnie-West, Starts Kinloch Road, Campbeltown 12.30pm (FREE)
This annual event with a carnival atmosphere just gets bigger and better every year. Groups, organisations and individuals are encouraged to join in the fun featuring the Festival Cup and Phoenix Shield awards as well as the usual cash prizes for the best dressed floats.
“Up the Close” 1.00pm (Donations)
An open air concert with local stalls, crafts, free live music from Deep Joy, The Twisted Melons and Treble Trouble in an afternoon extravaganza that includes dance performances from Footnotes & Steps as well children’s entertainment with the Funky Chicken.
Festival Club Kirk Street Hall 1.00pm (Donations)
An afternoon of music from Western Sound, Hope Strang. the mega music session featuring many artists who perform on stage over the weekend and live performances from guest artists
Saturday Traditional Concert (£20)
Heritage Centre, Campbeltown (Doors 7.00pm)
Aly Bain & Phil Cunningham with support from Hecla and MC Arthur Johnstone.
MOK Fest Saturday Night Concert in the Vic (£30)
Victoria Hall, Campbeltown, (Doors 9.30pm)
The Time Frequency (TTF) with DJ Rankin and local band Gullion.
Sunday 12th August
The Mitchell’s Glengyle Distillery Dalriada Connections Concert (£12 incl sponsors miniature)
Heritage Centre, Campbeltown (Doors 1.30pm)
Artists from across the Pan Celtic world joining main act Eddie Seaman & Luc McNally, Darren Maclean, Pippa Reid-Foster, Ciaran Mulholland (NI), Western Sound, Ross Conner, The Dalriada Connections Band, Ross Kennedy and many more artists from across the Kingdom of Dalriada feature in this hugely popular concert.
Survivors Night Concert (£22)
Victoria Hall, Campbeltown
Slainte Davaar Allstars will headline the event which will also include Deep Under Gullion (D.U.G.), Gilchristians, Alex & Archie McAllister, w.R.soul, Session A83 and much more at this legendary concert. Davie Robertson will MC.