Glen Scotia West Coast Rocks Concert 2021 with Tide Lines

The 2021 MOK Fest Aug 21st

Glen Scotia West Coast Rocks Concert

Victoria Hall, Campbeltown 

Tide Lines

Beinn Lee


Tickets £27 – Doors 7.30pm

The MOK Fest Glen Scotia West Coast Rocks Concert in the Victoria Hall, Campbeltown on Aug 21st  feature 3 great bands from West Coast of Scotland.   Tide Lines will headline with Beinn Lee and Rhuvaal also performing at the concert which starts at 8.00pm with the doors open from 7.30pm 

1 Tide Lines

Tide Lines’ sound has been described as a combination of Celtic soul, folk philosophy and big guitars with the voice of a Gaelic angel in singer and chief songwriter Robert Robertson. The band who all hail from rural Scotland apart from Glaswegian Gus, first emerged in the summer of 2016 with the release of their debut single, ‘Far Side Of The World’. The following year they self-released their debut album ‘Dreams We Never

Lost’, which has led to the band selling out shows across the country. The enthusiasm the band encountered when they took their show further south for a number of shows last year confirmed that the word of mouth on Tide Lines is unstoppable.

4 Beinn Lee


Beinn Lee are an exciting six- piece band from Uist. Formed in 2013, rooted in the west coast style of traditional music. The collective inheritance of Gaelic song and west coast pipe music provide a very strong traditional backbone to their music, but their music of contemporary and self-penned tunes and songs are infused with diverse modern influences. The band is becoming increasingly in demand and have performances at Heb Celt and Tiree, Eilean Dorcha and Carradale Music Festivals





Rhuvaal007 (2)RHUVAAL are a young, fun and energetic traditional band based in Argyll,
Scotland. Originating as a school ceilidh band in 2015, the band have grown and
developed over the years into a group of enthusiastic young adults who are making a
huge impression on the traditional music scene in Scotland. The band were fortunate
enough to be invited to play at many events in 2019 including 10 Scottish Festivals. In
2020, Rhuvaal launched their debute EP, Horizon. For the 2020 Virtual MOK Fest the
band also performed a special set for the event on Davaar Island


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