Gigs at The Green – Scottish Traditional Boat Festival
Supported by ELSA JEAN MCTAGGART
Friday 29th June, 8.00 pm. Ticket £20
Saturday 30th June 8.00 pm. Ticket £12
During the Scottish Traditional Boat Festival Folk at the Salmon Bothy will be hosting an Open Mic stage on evening of 30th June in Portsoy Bowling Club Doors open at 8.00.
Danny Couper will be MC and there will be an extended opening set by local group Northern Shore.
Well folks, thats it for another year.
What a cracking good weekend we have had !
Thanks to all who came and supported our 9th Haal Festival.
Special thanks to the army of folk who work behind the scenes to make it all happen.
Thanks also to the many sponsors who continue to support us. Your support is incredibly important.
We’ll see you all again next year for the TENTH HAAL !!
Opening Sing-around, Station Hotel Friday 1st 1600. Bill Gray hosts. Come and join us for the first event of this year’s festival. Bring a song or a tune or just come and listen. Committee members will be on hand to help with information and tickets etc.
12:30 – 14:15
£7.00 (U16 Free)
- FIDDLE – Led by Duncan Wood – Town Hall
- WHISTLE (Beginners)- Led by Kenny Hadden – Town Hall
- FLUTE (Intermediate) – Led by Cathal McConnell – Town Hall
- PIPING – Led by Hamish Moore – and Martin MacDonald – Scout Hall
- Kissin’s nae a Sin – The Spiers Family – Station Hotel
ALLAN TAYLOR is one of the last of the travelling troubadours, having played at Festivals, Concert Halls and Clubs throughout the world for over 50 years. He is considered one of the foremost singer songwriters and guitarists in his genre. His songs are crafted in cafes, bars and hotel rooms and they have an integrity that make you aware they are from something real and the pictures painted make you feel as if you are there or know who he is singing about. Allan is also a Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy and Music.