Spree For All - Lochwinnoch Arts Festival presents

Fri Oct 19 2018

7:30 PM - 11:30 PM (Doors 7:15 PM)

McKillop Institute

Main St Lochwinnoch PA12 4A

All Ages

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Lochwinnoch Arts festival is delighted to collaborate with the Paisley Spree Festival to host a fantastic evening of music.  Featuring the ‘Alistair McCulloch Trio’ with champion fiddler McCulloch, past Scottish folk musician of the year Aaron Jones of Old Blind Dogs on bouzouki, guitar and vocals and former Capercaillie whistle wizard Marc Duff.  They will feature music from their latest album ‘Off the Hook’.

In support, Lochwinnoch’s own ‘Howlin’ Radio’ fronted by local musician Crawford Smith, play a mix up uplifting songs from across the decades. Folk, Blues, Country and beyond.

Supported by Meur Phàislig, the Local Organising Committee for Paisley, host of Royal National Mòd in 2022 and Lochwinnoch Arts Festival.

Tickets are also available from Now and Then and The Junction Cafe, Lochwinnoch. 

Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult.

Accessibility

To discuss any access requirements please contact the events organiser at events.renfrewshire.gov.uk

The McKillop Institute is family friendly, there is a ramp for chairs and disabled toilet.


 

 

 

 

 

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Lochwinnoch Arts Festival

Spree For All - Lochwinnoch Arts Festival presents

Fri Oct 19 2018 7:30 PM - 11:30 PM

(Doors 7:15 PM)

McKillop Institute Lochwinnoch
Spree For All - Lochwinnoch Arts Festival presents
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

All Ages

Lochwinnoch Arts festival is delighted to collaborate with the Paisley Spree Festival to host a fantastic evening of music.  Featuring the ‘Alistair McCulloch Trio’ with champion fiddler McCulloch, past Scottish folk musician of the year Aaron Jones of Old Blind Dogs on bouzouki, guitar and vocals and former Capercaillie whistle wizard Marc Duff.  They will feature music from their latest album ‘Off the Hook’.

In support, Lochwinnoch’s own ‘Howlin’ Radio’ fronted by local musician Crawford Smith, play a mix up uplifting songs from across the decades. Folk, Blues, Country and beyond.

Supported by Meur Phàislig, the Local Organising Committee for Paisley, host of Royal National Mòd in 2022 and Lochwinnoch Arts Festival.

Tickets are also available from Now and Then and The Junction Cafe, Lochwinnoch. 

Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult.

Accessibility

To discuss any access requirements please contact the events organiser at events.renfrewshire.gov.uk

The McKillop Institute is family friendly, there is a ramp for chairs and disabled toilet.