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MOK Fest 25 First Bands

The 25th Mull of Kintyre Music Festival or MOK Fest as it is more commonly known runs from August 16th – 20th.

The Saturday night concerts on Aug 19th promise something for everyone with high octane Celtic Dance kings The Peatbog Faeries and Scotland’s 9-piece Ska juggernaut Bombskare playing in the Victoria Hall. The Traditional concert the same night in Campbeltown Heritage Centre will feature six piece all female folk band The Shee with singer songwriter Jim Malcolm also on the bill. More acts for the Saturday will be announced shortly. Herron Valley is guaranteed to get everyone dancing at the Festival Ceilidh Night on Aug 18th. Award winning Gypsy Jazz Swing specialists Rose Room and The Dalriada Connections Band will also perform with Kintyre Schools Pipe Band getting the night started in their usual rousing style.

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