Spring Tour 2017
We head off on our April tour this Wednesday! The first stop is the Drouthy Cobbler in Elgin, then we’ll carry on from there with Folk at the Salmon Bothy in Portsoy; the weekend starts in Hootananny, Inverness with a FREE show then it’s up to the Poolewe Village Hall for our most northerly date of this tour. We’ll spend Easter Sunday in Crafts & Things, Glencoe – a return visit to one of our favourite venues, this time as a four-piece – and the tour finishes with a home gig in The Hug & Pint in Glasgow with support from the brilliant Eddie & Luc. We’re really excited to take our new material out on the road for the first time ever. Please do come past a look if you can, it would be great to see you – or if you know anyone nearby that you think would enjoy the gig then send them along!
Ticket details are as follows:
Wednesday 12th April – Drouthy Cobbler – Online Tickets
Thursday 13th April – Portsoy Salmon Bothy – Portsoy Ice-Cream Shop E: email@example.com
Friday 14th April – Hootananny – FREE
Saturday 15th April – Poolewe Village Hall – E: firstname.lastname@example.org P: 07938103809
Sunday 16th April – Crafts & Things – E: email@example.com
Monday 17th April – The Hug & Pint – Online Tickets
We have made a few festival announcements on our social media pages but in case you have missed any, here is a list:
Orkney Folk Festival: 26th – 29th May
A four-piece debut in Orkney. An absolutely excellent weekend of music and fun. Graham and Aidan have had some brilliant times at the festivals and can’t wait to welcome Connor and Gregor up for more of the same.
Eden Festival: 8th June
Very excited about this one, we’ll be headlining the ‘Rabbie’s Tavern Stage’ on the first night of Eden this year. We’ve heard some great things about this one and are looking forward to sharing the bill with some outstanding acts.
Gate to Southwell Folk Festival: 9th – 11th June
An English festival debut for the new Gnoss. Another great looking line-up and a festival we’re all really excited to experience. Hopefully the first of many trips across the border to play some music ‘doon sooth’.