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Ten years ago, at MOK Fest, punk rock giants The Stranglers rocked the Victoria Hall, supported by “tchuech/rock band” Box O’ Bananas.
The traditional concert in Campbeltown Picture House was headlined by Dougie MacLean with Scooter Muse, Ed Millar, Jil Chambless and Archie McAllister playing support.
Skerryvore performed at the festival ceilidh with their new six piece line-up, while Moishe’s Bagel, Sylvia Barnes and Kintyre Schools Pipe band also entertained.
The Dalriada Connections concert was headlined by Cathal Hayden and Gerry Thompson with Canterach and Rachel Hair also playing.
Survivors Night finished the event off with performances from Horizon, Wee Toon Tellers, Kintyre Schools Pipe Band and Catch 22.
MOK Fest’s 2007 poster. c23mokposter01no_2007’s poster