It’s all systems go for Summerfest
There will be a mix of old and new at Summerfest 2015 which takes place on Saturday (June 20).
Revellers will be able to enjoy the familiar sounds of Christian as well as Stevie Grassie and Scott Wallace.
But several acts will make their debuts at the award- winning community event in what is always the biggest day of the year in Cambuslang.
Singers Sharon Nimmo and Pauline Grant are set to take to the stage for the first time, as will jive dancing group MG Dance.
The action gets underway at 10am with Bushido Karate, Quicksilver Line dancers, Sharon Nimmo and the Jeffery McFadden Irish Dancers.
At 12.10pm, the official opening will take place before the community awards are dished out.
The new Cambuslang Pipe Band will perform at 12.30pm before Pauline Grant gets on stage at 12.50pm. Then, the main man himself, Christian will be there to entertain the crowds at 1.50pm.
Stevie Grassie and Scott Wallace will bring their cabaret show to the stage at 3pm while MG Dance are on stage at 4pm ahead of the closing time at 4.30pm.
It promises to be a great day, but Summerfest organiser John Edgar, admits they had to make changes this year.
He said: “We’ve tried to change it a bit, and obviously we’ve had our funding cut and that means we’ve had to cut our cloth.
“We were also let down for the climbing wall, which is disappointing.
“But as ever, we’re hoping for good weather and a good turnout.”
While the main stage will be the focal point of the day, there will be stalls all the way along the Main Street for people to browse.
Free facepainting and bouncy castle will be there for the kids, who will also be handed out free fruit and toys.
Summer smiles Summerfest 2014 was well-attended and a huge hit with the crowds who went along