Saturday Music

Click the band name in the list below to learn more about the act.

Main Stage

Dr Hip & The Blues Operation

FyneFest veterans, Dr Hip and his merry band of blues players headline the main stage on Saturday night, bringing blues, soul and funk for an extended set of dance-inducing tunes.

Natalie Clark

Natalie Clark returns to FyneFest from America, where she has been building a reputation for soulful pop tunes capped by an appearance on The Voice USA and a support slot with the Indigo Girls!

Have Mercy Las Vegas

Mixing deep Scottish roots with razor sharp Americana, Have Mercy Las Vegas are a six-piece band with specialising in  soulful music with tight playing and perfect harmonies.

Heron Valley

One of the biggest highlights of FyneFest 2016, Heron Valley return to the Main Stage for an extended set of up tempo ceilidh tunes and trad covers of pop. If you’re keen to strip the willow, or gay gordons your way to working up a thirst, make sure you’re in the marquee for their set.

Bevvy Sisters

Female vocal group The Bevvy Sisters play tunes spanning genres from country to jazz, gospel to original indie-pop with layered harmonies.

Son Al Son

Son al Son are one of the UK’s most exciting contemporary salsa bands, bringing high-energy dance to the Main Stage on Saturday afternoon. Expect infectious Latin rhythms to get you moving.

Samba Ya Bamba

Samba Ya Bamba, hailing from all over Scotland, are a forty-piece band who have forged a reputation for big sound, big energy, and big fun.

Brewers Bar & Cocktail Lounge

Bevvy Sisters

Another chance to catch the three-piece female vocal group, who’ll serenade the arena with beautiful covers and delicious harmonies on Saturday afternoon.

Mic Clark

Performing a solo-set of chilled out acoustic tunes in the field, Mic Clark, is the perfect, easy-going, musical antidote to a hangover.

Josephine Sillars (Full Band)

Jospehine Sillars, accompanied by her full band will fill the arena with light, easy-listening traditional tunes on Saturday afternoon.

John Sampson

Renowned, classically-trained musician John Sampson plays smooth jazz and brass tracks in the arena on Saturday afternoon.

Samba Ya Bamba

40 musicians, one beat. Samba Ya Bamba bring their party rhythms to the main arena for an afternoon of dancing.


Tap Room Stage

Samba Ya Bamba

There’s a good chance you’ll hear drumming on Saturday at FyneFest, as Samba Ya Bamba are taking over the whole site – including a special set out at the Tap Room Stage.

Les Gitanes

“Gypsy swing?” You say. “Gypsy swing” Les Gitanes say! Expect jazz-infused tunes from the Scottish four-piece.

The Daddy Naggins

A five-piece band from Glasgow, The Daddy Naggins come to the Tap Room Stage to play soulful bluegrass tunes on Saturday afternoon.


Walkers Bar


The Daddy Naggins

To greet those brave enough to make it to the Walkers Bar, the Daddy Naggins will be playing their range of catchy tunes while you catch your breath up the glen.