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The Inverness Gathering Festival announces Skerryvore to its line up


By Louise Glen

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Skerryvore added for 2021. Kris Kesiak
Skerryvore added for 2021. Kris Kesiak

One of Scotland's hottest traditional rock fusion bands will appear at The Gathering Festival.

As plans continue for the festival to go ahead on September 4, Skerryvore have been added to the line up.

In an online post, organisers said: "Skerryvore added to The Gathering line-up.

"We are delighted to announce the addition of multi award-winning trad rock fusion band Skerryvore to the festival 2021 line-up.

"Over the last 15 years, Skerryvore have brought their performances to audiences across the globe, from their early days in Scottish west coast halls and bars, to festival crowds in USA, Canada, Australia and throughout the UK and Europe.

"Picking up Scottish traditional music’s ‘Live Act of the Year’ twice on the way – in 2011 and again in 2016 – the band’s wide range of influences and talent produce a musically expansive, high energy set that excites and captivates audiences."

SKERRYVORE ADDED TO THE GATHERING LINE-UP We are delighted to announce the addition of multi award-winning trad rock...

Posted by The Gathering Festival on Friday, 30 April 2021

Skerryvore join the previously announced line-up including, Wolfstone, Red hot chilli pipers, Peatbog Faeries, Torridon, Trail West, rhythmnreel and the City of Inverness Youth Pipe Band.

Organisers continued: "The Gathering will celebrate the very best of the Highlands and Scotland with a programme of food and drink partners, a Highland craft village, children’s activities and a second stage of music and entertainment all to be announced in the coming weeks."

The Gathering is set to take place at The Northern Meeting Park, Inverness on Saturday September 4 2021.

Tickets are available from https://www.skiddle.com/festivals/thegathering

READ: The Gathering in Inverness is hailed a success


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