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Argyll’s biggest gig worth £1.1 million to the town

OBAN LIVE has been named as Argyll and Bute’s biggest live music gig in the same week as organisers have announced they are bringing the best live music to the seaside town for the third year running.

An independent economic activity impact report shown to The Oban Times this week says the ‘not-for-profit’ event led by Tiree band Skerryvore puts £1.1 million into the local economy.

The event was set up in 2015 to celebrate 10 years of the band. Skerryvore members wanted to give something back to the community that has helped to make them an internationally renowned act.

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