THE SOLD- OUT Tiree Music Festival (TMF) saw fans gather on the Hebridean island from Friday until Sunday, July 15 to 17, for an event featuring the best in Scottish and folk music.
Flook and Skerryvore opened the festival ahead of weekend headliners including the Levellers, Skipinnish and Trail West.
TMF takes place on the white sand banks of Crossapol beach and is a firm favourite with families and music fans alike.
The island sees its population treble over the three- day festival, with revellers coming from far and wide, including America, South Korea and Switzerland.
Daniel Gillespie, festival director, said: ‘This is our seventh TMF and there has been an incredible atmosphere on-site with our festival-goers enjoying the music, food and family-friendly activities on offer.
‘The Scottish weather didn’t dampen revellers' spirits as they enjoyed cracking sets from the likes of the Red Hot Chilli Pipers, Sharon Shannon, Breabach and Trail West over the three days.
‘ We would like to thank all of our sponsors – including Cairn Capital, CalMac and FlyBe – and attendees from near and far for helping to make Tiree Music Festival such a success.’
The Levellers headline a colourful set on the Saturday night of Tiree Music Festival.
Skerryvore in the TMF Big Top.
Tiree Music Festival starting them young as Alwin, two, drums up enthusiasm at the multi-award-winning family festival.
James Edwyn and The Borrowed Band in the Calmac Live Lounge at Tiree Music Festival.
Dougie McCance from Red Hot Chilli Pipers in the TMF Big Top at TMF.
Socks in the Frying Pan, or should we say crowd, set up an impromptu interactive gig with festival- goers at Tiree Music Festival.
TMF Flash Mob.
Findlay Napier in CalMac Live Lounge.
Above and left: Family fun with Eden Court Creative at TMF.
Tide Lines, with lead singer Robert Robertson, in the TMF Big Top.