Frontline Festival Scotland are excited to announce the two presenters for their St Andrew’s Day virtual gig. Presenting the festival will be second nature to these two, who both have a background in TV and Radio presenting as well as DJing.
Fat is no stranger to hosting in front of live audiences. The Capital FM Saturday and Sunday Afternoon Shows, BBC Radio 1 Official Chart Show and STV2’s Live at Five represent just a few of Fat’s broad range of appearances.
Fat’s excitement for the festival is catching; “A live music festival… in 2020? It’s an honour to be hosting some of Scotland’s brightest music talent live to living rooms across Scotland, at a time when we all need a little pick-me-up. Let’s have fun, sing at the top of our lungs, and raise money for frontline workers while we’re at it. See you on St Andrew’s Day!”
Introducing Kathryn Wilson
Kathyrn, Fat’s fellow Radio 1 presenter, will be joining him for the day, bringing all her energy and Northern Irish charm to get the party started. Kathryn’s career began in radio and she is now a regular contributor broadcasting on Live Radio & TV in both London and Northern Ireland. You might have seen her recently on BBC Radio 1’s, ‘Life Hacks’.
Kathryn is an enthusiastic supporter; “we’re so delighted to bring such an entertaining event directly to YOUR sofa!” She’s looking forward to a day of: “fun, incredible music and all for a very good cause!”
The gig is free to view, and Fat and Kathryn are drumming up a big crowd. The hope is that fans will consider making a donation before or during the gig to the Frontline Festival Scotland charities. Donations are received via the Just Giving page.
The festival will support artist bookings, four fantastic frontline charities and is aiming to bring joy and hope to the audience.
Further details about the festival can be requested by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org