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Rave legends, The Time Frequency (TTF), will attempt to recreate the party atmosphere they produced previously when they return to MOKFest this year.
They will hope to make the all-standing Saturday night event at the Victoria Hall on August 11 another night to remember.
Teenage underground sensation, DJ Rankin, along with local band Gullion will provide support.
TTF have raised their profile by playing at sell out concerts and events since headlining the MOK Fest in 2016.
Formed by Jon Campbell in 1989 the band’s rise to prominence was swift and saw them move from headlining clubs to and raves within a period of two years.
All five of TTF’s first singles went to number one in their homeland of Scotland, including the anthem Real Love which reached number seven in the UK charts.
So far 2018 has been a huge year for the band with the release of their new CD Futurelands as well as playing this weekend to a record crowd at Braehead Arena.
DJ Rankin has built on his early years on the underground circuit to play gigs and events across the country and is currently touring to sell out crowds with his I Am A Raver tour.
Local three-piece Gullion will perform for the second time at the Victoria Hall Saturday night concert and will be joined by some special guests for their performance at the MOKFest’s second techno dance event.
Tickets for this event and all the festival concerts are available locally from A.P. Taylors, Main Street, Campbeltown, and online from Ticketweb at www.ticketweb.co.uk or by phoning 08444 771 000.