[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Located within the Garrison House grounds at the heart of the beautiful seaside town of Millport on the Isle of Cumbrae, less than an hour from Glasgow, Millport Country Music Festival will offer access to all four music stages with one cracking value ticket.
More than 35 artists will appear over the weekend, representing some of the best country music talent from Scotland, across the UK, Ireland, Sweden and the USA.
Included in the first wave of artists to be announced are:
Jesse Dayton, Shane Richie, Robert Vincent, Jess & The Bandits, Jawbone, Raintown, Gary Quinn, Red Sky July, Katee Kross, Jerry Harmon, Kerry Fearon, The Remedy Club, Orfila, Kevin McGuire, The Rising, Two Ways Home, Chloe Chadwick, The Logans, Steve Young, Veloninos, Jim McLean, Kid Millport, East Lonesome Drifters, Taylor Swift Tribute, Johnny Lee Memphis as Elvis with Fredrik Lundman as Johnny Cash
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Jess & The Bandits, Red Sky July, Robert Vincent, Gary Quinn, Raintown, Katee Kross and many other great artists will also perform over the weekend. From traditional to modern, from Americana to country rock, just about every country taste will be catered for.
And we ain’t finished there, with more to be announced in the coming weeks!!
A dedicated line dancing venue featuring Stillwater, Stateline, James ‘n’ Wood, Carson City and Rodeo Stomp will keep the dance aficionados on their heels and toes all weekend. A new Acoustic & Americana tent will be introduced, while Nashfield returns, this time within the Garrison House grounds.
The famous Grand Parade will again run on Saturday at 2pm. A Millport Emerging Talent Showcase will be introduced on Family Day Sunday, as will many music and other entertainment options suitable for all the family. As was the case in 2017, there will be an extended ferry service for Saturday and Sunday enabling day visitors to enjoy even more of the music into the evening.
Camping, with showers and toilets, will be available within an easy walk of the festival site. Superb food, drink and entertainment will be on offer on site and throughout the town as Millport becomes Nashville for the weekend.
Please see the website, www.millportcountrymusic.com / millportcountrymusic on Facebook and @millportcountry on Twitter or contact Gavin Chittick at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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