In 2015 the MOK Fest became part of CalMac Culture and featured Harry and the Hendersons at the Saturday night concert in the Victoria Hall which was headlined with the Treacherous Orchestra and Esperanza. Gaelic supergroup Daimh headlined the Traditional Concert in Campbeltown Heritage Centre with Scooter Muse, Jil Chambliss, Lorne MacDougall, and Frank Rochford playing support.
Fergie MacDonald and his Ceilidh Band got everyone dancing at the Festival ceilidh night, and the Carrivick Sister travelled up from Cornwall to headline the Mitchells Glengyle Dalriada Connections Concert with Adam Rhodes and Tom Callister from the Isle of Man on Sunday afternoon.
Once again, Slainte Davaar Allstars played another fantastic set of 22 new songs at the Survivors Night to bring the Festival to a close in a concert that also saw the Wee Toon Tellers return to this legendary event.
The Festival Club then moved to the Royal Hotel for the Mega Saturday Session, and music could be heard across the town at various pubs, bars and social clubs.