Riverside Light Nights Burns Night Performance Times 26th January
Sunday 26 January 2020 : Burns Night
Enjoy live music at the Riverside Light Nights at the Arches in the Norie Miller park on Burns Night.
Performance Times as follows :
Large Arch : Norie Miller Park : Sunday 26 January 2020
|17.00 to 17.30||Mad Ferret|
|17.30 to 18.10||The Big Shoogle|
|18.10 to 18.40||Stevie McCrorie|
|18.40 to 19.30||Jig Show|
|19.30 to 20.00||Stevie McCrorie|
|20.00 to 20.30||Mad Ferret|
|20.30 to 21.00||Jig Show|
Small Arch : Norie Miller Park : Sunday 26 January 2020
|17.00 to 17.30||Bruach|
|17.30 to 18.00||Gary Coupland from Funbox|
|18.00 to 18.20||Julie Young Dancers|
|18.20 to 18.50||Bruach|
|18.50 to 19.20||Gary Coupland from Funbox|
|19.20 to 19.50||Julie Young Dancers|
|19.50 to 20.20||Gary Coupland from Funbox|
|20.20 to 21.00||Fìobha|
STEVIE MCCRORIE Is a Scottish singer-songwriter. He is best known as a firefighter who won the fourth series of the BBC television singing competition The Voice UK in 2015, where he auditioned with Kodaline’s “All I Want”, with all four coaches turning their chairs for him. His debut single, “Lost Stars”, was released the day following his win and reached number one in his native Scotland and number six in the UK
THE BIG SHOOGLE
The World’s Rockiest Ceilidh Band!! High-energy jigs and reels cheekily mashed up with rock riffs and rhythms, electrifying fiddle melodies, rocky accordion and guitar underpinned with infectious drum beats. Ever heard Pink Floyd mashed up with a Dashing White Sergeant? You will now! All that, contrasted with haunting Scottish airs and gorgeous waltzes keeps it all full of surprises. You will know when you’ve been Shoogled!
The Jig Show are a Rock n’ Roll ceilidh and party band that bring their firebrand version of Ceilidh to the fore. The Jig Show have a unique and high octane performance that is set to wow and awe, they are
loud, rambunctious with endless amounts of fun, and bring their show to Perth
THE MAD FERRET BAND are known on the Scottish music scene for their hard-hitting blend of traditional and contemporary folk music. Their lively, energetic performances are packed with “blisteringly fast mandolin solos”, tight vocal harmonies, driving Cajon beats and earth-moving guitar sounds.
Join GARY COUPLAND FROM FUNBOX at the Perth Burns Bash for Scottish family entertainment and dancing .Gary will have you dancing , singing and participating in this family celebration of Burns in Perth. Known throughout the country as the Music Man, Gary knows how to keep every age entertained with real Scottish fun and excitement for all the Family.
“We hae Feet and Dance tae his Beat “ Robert Burns
NORRIE “TAGO” MACIVER is a singer/songwriter from Carloway, Isle of Lewis, currently living in Fife. Norrie is the current singer and front man of SKIPINNNISH who have just finished celebrating their 20th anniversary in 2019. The band sold out many of their performances including shows at the Usher Hall, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and the famous Barrowlands Ballroom.. In 2011 he was the first male singer to win Gaelic singer of the Year at the MG Alba Scot Trad Music awards.
Bruach formed in Errol after a folk night in the local pub.
The band includes a mix of folk and rock musicians of all ages. Vocal harmonies and a great mix of instruments combine to create a distinctive folk sound, walking the line between raw, rough, rustic folk and polished arrangements of traditional tunes.
JULIE YOUNG DANCERS
Julie’s dancers have taken part in many prestigious events all over the country and further afield including, The Edinburgh Fringe, Saddlers Wells etc. Blistering dance routines, excellent timing and perfect choreography have enhanced the reputation of this dance school from Perth.