Schedule Revealed for Frontline Festival Scotland on St Andrew’s Day

This Monday we’ll be celebrating the very best of Scottish music with the Frontline Festival’s virtual fundraising gig.

There are 39 performances by some of Scotland’s best-known bands, including Wet, Wet, Wet, Bay City Rollers and Hue & Cry. As well as up and coming Scottish musicians such as Ocean of You and Primes.

Running Times [approx]
12:00 Ocean of You
12:16 Live Interview with Damien Hendry
12:18 Louis Page
12:34 MYA
12:51 Black Star Jackals
13:07 Live Interview with John Davidson
13:08 John & the Hormones
13:19 The Rhubarb
13:35 Stay for Tomorrow
13:53 A Ritual Spirit
14:10 Live Interview with Katee Kross
14:11 Hessian Renegade
14:27 DMS
14:40 Primes
14:53 Live Interview with Stevie Lawrence
14:55 Fiona Cuthill & Stevie Lawrence
15:13 Gordobot
15:20 Live Interview with Just the Brave
15:22 Just The Brave
15:33 Lou Hickey
15:49 Layaway
16:05 Take Today
16:16 Crashton
16:31 Ohnova
16:47 Chloe Marie
17:03 Live Interview with Bay City Rollers
17:04 Salt River Shakedown
17:18 Kodak Ghosts
17:34 Finn Paul
17:50 Live Interview with The Red Eyes
17:51 The Red Eyes
18:06 Ian Donaldson
18:23 Katee Kross
18:34 Kirsten Adamson
18:51 The Bluebells
19:07 JJ Gilmour
19:22 Graeme Clark
19:36 Live Interview with The Ronains
19:38 The Ronains
19:57 Live Interview with Paul / Clare
19:54 Raintown
20:14 Jai McDowall
20:25 Nicholas McDonald
20:38 Sandi Thom
20:57 Bay City Rollers
21:07 Altered Images
21:19 Hue & Cry
21:36 Live Interview with Graeme Clark, Wet Wet Wet
21:37 Wet Wet Wet
22:00 Close
Timings will be within approx 30mins

The gig will be able to stream live from 12pm on the Frontline Festival Facebook Event page, YouTube and Just Giving.

DJs Fat and Kathryn will present the festival, broadcasting live from Bannockburn to the world. They’ll be introducing the bands and interviewing some of the artists, with the impressive backdrop of Bannockburn House’s Grand Entrance Hall. The festival crew is being kept to a minimum, to adhere to government guidelines, but there’s no limit to the number who can join in virtually.

Organised by Ceangail, the Frontline Festival aims to inject some life back into the creative industry by supporting Scottish artists, whilst raising funds for Scotland’s frontline charities.

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