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ICYMI: Northern Meeting Park in Inverness is house of fun for Madness

By Kyle Walker

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The crowd gathered to see Madness.
The crowd gathered to see Madness.

ALMOST 6000 music fans flocked to the Northern Meeting Park in Inverness for the latest city appearance by Madness.

The Chelsea ska band – one of UK music’s most enduring groups – brought the feelgood vibes to the Highland capital last Friday night, their first visit to the Highlands since they headlined at the Belladrum Tartan Heart music festival in 2016.

Enduring favourites One Step Beyond, It Must Be Love and number one single House of Fun all made the set list, much to the delight of the band’s devoted fans.

Support came from Liverpudlian rave-rockers The Farm and young Manchester four-piece Jeremiah Ferrari, in the last gig of this year’s Live in the City programme.

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