Music

It wouldn’t be a festival without music and our stage will be alive with some of Scotland’s best foot-tapping bands to entertain you while you savour your ale, gin and food.

We haven’t booked the bands for 2020 yet, but this was our line-up for 2019. And it was all included in your ticket price.

Friday 5 April 2019

Willie Campbell 9pm to midnight

Willie Campbell

As the former frontman with the very successful band Astrid and current frontman of his band Open Day Rotation, Willie is highly acclaimed both nationally and internationally, with various guitars and instruments accompanied with brilliant vocals.

Willie does not use prepared backing tracks but uniquely creates his own live performance in front of his audience to replicate a full band sound.

Performing a wide variety of originals and covers from Cee, Lo Green, Katy Perry, Bob Marley, Hank Williams, Otis Redding, Duffy, Kenny Rogers, Gnarls Barkley and Outcast. Willie is quite simply a class act.


Saturday 6 April 2019

Kevin Fraser, 1pm to 4pm

Kevin Fraser

Kevin is a solo singer and musicican from Glasgow.

Covering so many different musical styles from Cash to The Killers, Paolo Nutini to The Proclaimers, Paul Weller to Kings of Leon, Runrig to Burns, Motown to Muse, Talking Heads to Waterboys, U2 to Snow Patrol.

Kevin is, without doubt, one of the most in-demand solo acts around.

Craig Robertson, 5pm to 8pm

Craig Robertson

Craig is a young singer/songwriter based in Inverness who is a regular at music festivals whether as part of a band or as a solo artist. He has performed at Rockness, Belladrum, Go North and Wickerman festivals, etc.

As a talented musician/guitarist, Craig is gaining respect for his original songwriting abilities but adapts his material for the audience in front of him or the venue he is performing in.

Craig typically plays rock, pop, folk, blues and country, with a very eclectic mix of well-known covers ranging from The Pussy Cat Dolls, Neil Diamond, Creedance Clearwater Revival, Britney Spears, Bill Withers, Michael Jackson, Johnny Cash, Paolo Nutini, etc.

Chris Grant and the Blues Response Unit, 9pm to midnight

This four-piece rock and blues band from Moray are well-known for their punchy, energetic delivery. The musical impact of these lads on their audience is almost instant and becomes more and more apparent as they plough through their sets.

Although their material includes some of Chris’s original work, they mostly perform a vast range of covers, such as The Commitments, Jimi Hendrix, AC/DC, Rolling Stones, Tom Petty, The Proclaimers, ZZ Top, Hot Chocolate, Paolo Nutini, Bon Jovi, Primal Scream, Bruce Springsteen, Bryan Adams, Van Morrison, Eric Clapton, The Cult, Stereophonics, Pink Floyd and Ben E King.


Sunday 7 April 2019

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Schiehallion, 1pm to 3pm

Schiehallion

Schiehallion are a fiery Scottish ceilidh/folk band consisting of vocals, bodhran, guitar, accordion, keyboard, percussion, and sometimes bagpipes. They play as a duo or a 3/4-piece band.

Schiehallion are a hugely popular band with a national and international reputation for their rousing and passionate performances. Whilst surrounded by highly skilled musicians, lead singer Kenny Jamieson’s earthy and distinctive vocals are not only the highlight of the show but are quite simply sublime.

Sarah ‘n’ Junbug, 4pm to 7pm

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Sarah’n’ Junbug

Sara ‘N’ Junbug were established in 2015 by Sara Rae and Junbug Nicoll. They play in various venues as both a two-piece and a four-piece. Always sure to leave their mark wherever they go, they play a variety of covers and originals with new material being released this year.

Calum Mackenzie Jones and The Trad Project, 8pm to 11pm

Calum Mackenzie Jones and The Trad Project

Brought together by Calum Mackenzie Jones “The Trad Project” hit the festival scene running in 2018, winning over crowds at every performance with their high-intensity tune sets and his original, hook-filled, songs that you just can’t help but sing along to.

Following their debut performance at Gordon Castle Highland games in May they’ve gone on to support Elephant Sessions at The Ironworks, Inverness, perform at Tiree, Speyfest, Belladrum, Killin, Eden festival & more.

They brought a very successful first year to a close performing to 10,000 people at the Inverness, Red Hot Highland fling

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