While we must remain vigilant to prevent any spread of Covid-19, it was nice to see Campbeltown looking ‘normal’ last week as people enjoyed MOKFest
It was clear from the upbeat atmosphere in Campbeltown from the beginning to the end of the event that the return to some level of normality was welcomed by many.
All concerts will be held within Scottish Government guidelines, with lower capacities allowing audiences to safely enjoy each event.
Tickets for the value-for-money concert include a whisky miniature
The Glen Scotia West Coast Rocks Concert on Saturday August 21 headlines with folk rockers Tide Lines.
Festival organisers hope audience members will get a chance to get up for a dance if safety guidelines allow
Traditional music trio Da Birlinn and folksinger Claire Hastings are set to light up the Campbeltown Heritage Centre stage.