Friday Music

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

 

Main Stage

 

Bombskare

Returning to FyneFest to headline this year’s Friday night line-up, Bombskare are officially the UK’s best part-time band having recently won a BBC competition that says so. The ska juggernauts bring with them huge amounts of energy and amazing ska riffs and are sure to make Friday night an evening to remember.

The Camans

The Camans are a three-piece band from the local area who have a proven track record of crowd-pleasing with covers of everything from traditional to techno!

 

Monticule

Is it soul? Is it blues? Is it country rock? No – it’s Monticule. This Edinburgh-based three-piece has been engaging audiences throughout the country with their skilled arrangements and seamless vocals. Fresh from BBC’s Another Country, Monticule are sure to get you dancing!

The Fogartys

Led by brother and sister Andrew and Jill Fogarty along with their cousin Iain Bell, The Fogartys play a variety of styles using mainly traditional instruments and have built a solid reputation in Scotland for high quality performances.

 

Acoustic Butterfly

Hailing from Glasgow, Acoustic Butterfly featuring a rotating lineup of talented musicians playing traditional Scottish music of the highest caliber alongside lively covers.

 

 

Tap Room Stage

 

 

Monticule

Soul, blue and country meld together in Monticule’s unique sound, coming from Edinburgh with instruments in hand, the upbeat three piece are sure to be a lively headliner to Friday’s Tap Room Stage line-up.

 

Josephine Sillars

Coming from Glasgow, Josephine Sillars brings her three-piece band to Tap Room stage for a set of stripped-back, chillout tunes with beautiful vocals.

Mic Clark

One man, an acoustic guitar and some cracking tracks, Michael Clark performs a solo set at the Tap Room Stage on Friday afternoon – perfect, sunny vibes before the craziness of the night kicks off!