Join us as we close out this year’s celebrations with a massive party in the Victoria Hall, pulling out all the stops with a huge line-up and promise of even bigger performances, including the return of Slainte Davaar Allstars and Kintyre Schools Pipe Band.
It’s the night that created legends. Are you in?
A Kilkerran Distillery sponsored event.
Slainte Davaar Allstars will once again headline this year’s Kilkerran Survivors Night. Every year, the band recruit new and incredibly talented musicians to join them on stage to produce a sound that is a powerhouse of vocals, lively rhythm section and dazzling horns all fused into one.
If past years are anything to go by, Campbeltown’s supergroup will close out the 30th live Festival celebration with an exquisite set — this one is not to be missed.
The Kintyre Schools Pipe Band will perform at three events across this year’s festival as well as two performances at the Head of the Quay, leading into the Festival Parade.
The 3 events are the Festival Ceilidh Night on Aug 11th, Doon the Green and the Kilkerran Survivors Night on Aug 13th. This will be the band’s first performance on Sunday night since 2016, so it’s a performance not to be missed.
we.R.soul return to perform at their fourth Mokfest, having produced some fantastic performances in the past few years at Survivors Night and ‘Up the Close’. The band bring together established local musicians and fresh talent to create a sound that is a powerhouse of vocals, a lively rhythm section and dazzling horns; all fused into one.
The band keep the songs of the late, local favourite, Kenny Gilchrist alive with each performance either bringing out versions of songs that haven’t been heard for years or latter-day classics that simply demand an audience.
Local and visiting musicians who have played throughout the Festival come together in a very special performance and provide the perfect way to kick off the final event of the 30th live Mull of Kintyre Music Festival.