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Festival 2019 - Fèis 2019

Tachartasan san Sgìre / Rural Events

HebCelt is renowned for its programme of community concerts and events outside the main centre of Stornoway. This year’s fabulous programme includes:

Breasclete Hall, Lewis

Wednesday, 17th July, 8pm

Beinn Lee

Beinn Lee are a six-piece band from Uist in the Outer Hebrides.

Formed in 2013, the band are rooted in the west coast style of traditional music. The collective inheritance of Gaelic song and west coast pipe music provide a very strong traditional backbone to their music, but their music of contemporary and self-penned tunes and songs are infused with diverse modern influences.

The instrumentation of accordion, fiddle, pipes/flute, guitar, piano, drums and vocals provide the band with a sound that has seen them successfully perform across the country for weddings, but increasingly in demand for festivals.

Described by renowned piper Fred Morrison as a breath of fresh air: the feel of the Uist music runs beautifully throughout the album and the sensitive vocals and top drawer musicianship add up to one of the most exciting musical prospects I have heard in a long time.

Price: £14 for adults / £6 for children (7-14), Infants go free (0-6)

Talla na Mara, Niseabost, Harris

Friday, 19th July, 8pm

Talisk

In their five years,Talisk have stacked up several major awards for their explosively energeticyet artfully woven - and at all times enthralling - sound, including 2017s Folk Band of the Year at the BBC Alba Scots Trad Music Awards, and a BBC Radio 2 Folk Award. Mohsen Amini the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards Musician of the Year 2018 Hayley Keenan and Graeme Armstrong seamlessly meld concertina, fiddle and guitar to produce a multi-layered, captivating signature that has entranced audiences from the USA to Australia, and throughout the UK.

The release of their hotly anticipated second album, Beyond, was met with a five-star Top of the World review inSonglines, noting the band asincredibly infectious and endearing fresh, invigorating, accomplished and playfully frisky.

Price: £14 for adults / £6 for children (7-14), Infants go free (0-6)

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CalMac

CalMac Daily ferry travel to and from the Isles. The main ferry to Lewis is from Ullapool on the mainland but can also be reached through Harris from Skye or North Uist.