Dougie McLean tops bill at Killin Music Festival
Manran, Skerryvore and Dougie MacLean were among the fantastic acts who performed at the sell-out Killin music Festival on June 16-18.
The crowd were in fine form at the McLaren Hall where they were treated to performances from Heron Valley, Tide Lines and Rura amongst many other fantastic artists.
In addition to the evening concerts, there was a lively session tent with a great atmosphere and delicious Gin Bar. The McLaren High School Pipe Band lead people through the village on Sunday finishing up at the McLaren Hall with a concert by the local choir and primary school choir with tea and cakes provided by the local Cancer Research Committee.
Sunday afternoon also featured an Open Stage with five top acts performing.
The winner was Calum MacKenzie Jones from Buckie, Aberdeenshire. He received the 2017 trophy and will be performing at the 2018 festival.
Tickets for the 2018 are on sale now at www. killinmusicfestival.com. Blazin’ Fiddles, Peatbog Faeries and Phil Cunningham and Ali Bain have been announced as the 2018 Headline acts.
Photographs: Louise Bichan.
A bit of Highland Hustle got the energy pumping. The master of them all Dougie MacLean
Tide Lines rocked the party.
Calum MacKenzie who won the Open Stage competition.