Trad bands dominate MOK Fest 2015

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A Celtic fusion band and ska collective headlined 2105’s Victoria hall concert and MOK Fest became part of CalMac Culture.

Harry and the Hendersons sang about comic stories as support at the Saturday night concert headlined by Treacherous Orchestra and Esperanza.

Gaelic super-group Daimh headlined the trad concert in Campbeltown Heritage Centre.

The Carrivick Sisters travelled from Cornwall to joint headline the Mitchells Glengyle Dalriada connections concert with Adam Rhodes and Tom Callister from the Isle of Man.

Slainte Davaar Allstars brought Survivors Night to fantastic close in a concert which also saw the return of the Wee Toon Tellers.

The 2015 MOK Fest poster. NO_c31mokfestposter01_MOK_Poster_2015