MOK Fest 25th ceilidh sold out
A CAPACITY crowd filled MOK Fest’s 25th year ceilidh at Victoria hall.
Headline acts Dalriada Connections band, KSPB, Rose Room and Heron Valley had some serious competition from a Carradale character.
Neeni MacDougall has been to every ceilidh for 25 years and last Friday received a standing ovation as he tried to upstage the stars, during an interval, with two renditions on his mouth organ.
Glasgow string quartet Rose Room brought a taste of 1930s’ Parisian jazz and gypsy swing numbers in a lively show before Heron Valley packed the dance floor with more traditional tunes.
Dancers pack the floor for Heron Valley.
Dalriada Connections band followed KSPB.
Mouth organist star Neeni MacDougall.
Gypsy dance kings Rose Room.
Photographers and film-makers recorded the event.
While festival goers enjoyed the craic sound and lighting technicians worked.