Grouse Ceilidh Band will soar at MOK Fest

MOK Fest ceilidh night poster.

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A quartet of great bands, including Kintyre act Rhuvaal, play this year’s MOK Fest ceilidh night.

Headliners Grouse Ceilidh Band, including members from the four corners of Scotland, will play the ceilidh set this year on Friday August 10.

Rhuvaal and the Dalriada Connections Band play the concert sets and Kintyre Schools Pipe Band open the night with MC Davie Robertson.

Grouse Ceilidh Band is one of the UK’s finest with years of experience playing the classic dance tunes, such as the Gay Gordons and the Dashing White Sergeant, in addition to newer popular dances.

Each band member brings their own musical style and influences guaranteed to get people on the dance floor.

Rhuvaal boasts a new line-up which has been playing many gigs and events across Scotland this year.

It has become an established band on the festival scene having played at Oban Live, ButeFest, Gig at the Goil and Eden Festival.

The concert starts with the Dalriada Connections Band who have opened the concert sets for the past three years to great acclaim.

Its lineup includes musicians who will perform across the festival, tutors from the afternoon workshops and many students from Campbeltown Grammar School.

Tickets for this family event cost £18 with children up to 12 years paying just £9.

They are on sale locally from AP Taylors and on-line at www.ticketweb.co.uk.

So get your dancing shoes on for a night to remember. More details can be obtained at www.mokfest.com or email mokfest@hotmail.co.uk

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