Be Charlotte, The Hooisers, & more for Tiree Music Festival

published: Mon 11th Jun 2018

Be Charlotte

Friday 13th to Sunday 15th July 2018
Crossapol Bay, Tiree, Inner Hebrides, PA77 6UP, Scotland MAP
£85
daily capacity: 1500
last updated: Mon 2nd Jul 2018

Scottish singer-song-writer Be Charlotte has been revealed as one of the headline acts for Tiree Music Festival, which takes place on Tiree, on the Inner Hebrides of Scotland from Friday 13th to Sunday 15th July 2018

Also newly announced are Sunday headliners The Hoosiers, along with the Paul McKenna Band, and Mary Ann Kennedy.

While on Tiree to announce her headline slot, Be Charlotte, said “I’ve been lucky enough to take my music to festivals throughout the UK, Europe and South East Asia but I really can’t wait to play Tiree Music Festival – before arriving today I had seen so many amazing pictures of the white sands and blue seas and I couldn’t wait to get here to experience them myself. It was great getting a taste of what to expect in July and now I really can’t wait to play to the TMF crowds in this amazing setting.”

Other acts playing over the weekend include Skipinnish, Skerryvore, Wolfstone, Martyn Joseph, Brian Hughes & The Lonesharks, Elephant Sessions, RuRa, Trail West, Ho-Ro, Hannah Rarity, and more. TMF 2018 will introduce a brand new creative programme entitled ‘Elements’ – this strand will explore the four core elements that are a key part of life on Tiree – Sun, Sand, Wind and Water.

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Tickets are on sale, priced as follows:-

adult (18+): £85
concession / student: £75
under-18: £60
under-8s: free but need ticket
camping: £25
campervan: from £99



Friday 13th to Sunday 15th July 2018
Crossapol Bay, Tiree, Inner Hebrides, PA77 6UP, Scotland MAP
£85
daily capacity: 1500
last updated: Mon 2nd Jul 2018


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