Magical MOK Fest makes memories

TTF's Lorena Dale and Jon Campbell rocked the stage.

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This week’s Courier is jam-packed with Mull of Kintyre Music Festival news and photographs.

The festival brought together more musicians than ever, of countless genres, from across the world in a spectacular five-day extravaganza.

The rain remained at bay, allowing the first Carni-West parade and Up The Close open-air events to run without a hitch on Saturday afternoon.

The seamless transition from parade to outdoor gig, complete with stalls, hot food and drink, and children’s entertainment, in Springbank Distillery’s revamped courtyard, was a hit.

Another talking point has been The Time Frequency’s Saturday night gig.

It was a gamble booking the same headline act as two years ago – would the band be able to recreate their unforgettable 2016 performance or would they fail to live up to the hype?

It paid off, with a packed dance floor and many revellers proclaiming it to be ‘the best night out ever!’

Even the Courier’s reporter, stone cold sober, struggled not to enjoy the techno music, of which she was not particularly a fan beforehand.

A fantastic weekend.