The View at 2014’s MOKFest was fantastic

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Hats off to Dundee’s indie rockers, The View, who headlined 2014’s MOKFest.

The event was extended by another day to include the Festival Gaelic concert which was headlined by Norman MacKinnon.

Inverness-based indie outfit Searching For Donkeys supported the View on Saturday night while multi award winners Braebach headlined the trad concert, supported by Marc Duff and Hamish Napier.

The festival ceilidh featured its first country band with Honest Sam and the Dealers playing the concert set and the Nicky McMichan Ceilidh Band also performing.

The Mitchell’s Glengyle Dalriada connections concert headlined with Breton guitarist Soig Siberil who was joined by Colin McAllister, Davie Robertson, Iain MacPherson and a host of local and visiting musicians also performing.

Slainte Davaar Allstars returned to headline Survivors’ Night which also included Kintyre Schools Pipe Band, Twisted Melons and Gilchristians.