Music is as much a part of FyneFest as beer, with the FyneFest team scouring Scotland to bring together a line-up of bands that will get you on your feet and onto the dancefloor. With an eclectic mix of musical styles, each day offers something for everyone! This year there’ll be at least three stages of live music, but with FyneFest, you never know where you’ll catch some tunes.
Headlining Fri 31 May
We wanted #FyneFest19 to be a celebration of the best of the past ten years of festivals, so who better to headline Friday night than you – the amazing people who join us to make FyneFest a success every year!
Massaoke is karaoke like you’ve never experienced before – lead by a live band playing non-stop bangers, with words projected on big screens around the stage, we want everyone up on their feet, dancing and belting out every word.
Headlining Sat 1 June
How can we celebrate ten years of FyneFest without the band who have almost become synonymous with our festival?
The bishops of bounce, the sorcerers of skank, the undisputed masters of Scottish reggae, the one and only Bombskare return to Glen Fyne to help us celebrate #TenYearOfFun, bringing with them their infectious, dance-inducing brand of high-energy ska and funk to get you up on the dancefloor.
Can. Not. Wait.
Have Mercy Las Vegas
Deep Scottish roots, razor sharp Americana, trad and contemporary Appalachia embellished with touches of folk and country blues.
The Jennifer Ewan Band
Delivering a stirring mix of compelling original songs and old-time Cajun dance music with a Celtic tint.
Dirty Weekend in Brighton
Raucous pop-infused rock’n’roll from south of the border – expect catchy hooks and big riffs.
Dr Hip & The Blues Operation
Six-piece former headliners and FyneFest favourites rocking blues and bringing an energy and passion to the dancefloor.
The Anderson Sisters
Local sisters and talented musicians performing classic tunes with beautiful harmonies.
Auld Reekie String Band
A Scot, a Cumbrian, a Swede and a Croat play old time americana around Scotland.
The Banjo Lounge 4
Acoustic, 4-piece mash-up band delivering classics in an original and imaginative packaging.
Flame haired songstress playing Caledonian soul with folk/pop influences, bold lyrics & strong mainstream appeal.
Mandulu & Hephzibah
Glasgow-based singer-songwriting duo belting out soulful tunes with stunning harmonies.
Energetic covers from FyneFest veterans and long-time favourites, showcasing big tunes and big fun.
A Glasgow melting pot of styles and rhythms, catchy melodies and harmonies.
Teenage Dunoonian playing heartfelt Scottish acoustic indie.
Awkward Family Portraits
Glasgow four-piece playing catchy western swing and gypsy jazz with roguish charm and a signature style.
Folk and blues from Glasgow-based duo rocking guitars, a fiddle, double bass and a harp (yep, a harp).
Noah & The West River Band
Americana, via Glasgow. Catchy alternative folk with heaps of heartfelt, bluesy soul.
Viral Train Weans
Talented kids whose jam session on a Glasgow-Edinburgh train went viral and now perform lively covers.
Blending old & new – traditional Scottish folk, country covers and evocative originals.