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Friday Evening

Friday Campbell Stage

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    Tide Lines

    On the back of their new album release and UK tour Tide Lines will close the Friday evening.

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    Seven Nations

    Also headlining the Friday evening is New York's sensational Celtic Rock Band, Seven Nations.

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    Beinn Lee

    A six-piece band from Uist in the Outer Hebrides with a mix of songs from Gaelic to pop and country.

Saturday

Campbell Stage

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    Donnie Munro Band

    The former Runrig singer will perform songs from his earliest Runrig days to his own most recent compositions.

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    Heron Valley

    Hot off their tour of the USA the incredible Heron Valley will headline BOWFest on the Saturday.

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    Dr Hip and the Blues Operation

    A six piece infectious Rhythm and Blues Blues band with an abundence of energy and passion.

Saturday

Campbell Stage

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    The Bhangra Beatles

    Glasgow based Beatles tribute band with an Indian twist, BOWfest is set to learn some new dance moves.

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    The Camans

    Local heroes The Camans are a 3-piece acoustic combo, guitar, violin and vocals with a touch of percussion.

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    Rhuvaal

    This lively five piece traditional folk band from Campbelltown will have everyone dancing in the aisles.

Saturday

Loch Fyne Whisky Stage

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    Project Smok

    A new neo-trad project featuring Glasgow based whistle player Ali Levack and guitarist Pablo Lafuente.

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    Gnoss

    Royal Conservatoire students this 4-piece have been tipped as 'ones to watch' by Songlines magazine.

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    Katie & Abi

    Studying at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Katie and Abigail are a traditional duo from Glasgow.

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    Bar None Community Choir

    Back by popular demand, singing a mixture of musical styles from punk to rock, Scottish to country.

Sunday

Campbell Stage

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    Skipinnish

    Celtic rock giants and 2017 Trad Live Band of the Year, Skipinnish will closed a packed #BOWFest2018 in full party mode.

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    Bwani Junction

    Edinburgh indie/roots quartet Bwani Junction’s take on Graceland, Paul Simon’s hugely successful 1986 album.

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    The Hur

    Glasgow band The Hur looking to challenge the borders of musical fusion with energetic original songs.

Sunday

Campbell Stage

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    The 101

    This six-piece indie pop-funk band from the North East of Scotland, incorporate a classic funk element into their upbeat indie music.

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    Ri Cheille

    Cowal-based band Ri chèile met at Dunoon Grammar School and have been playing their infectious mix of trad, rock and pop ever since.

Sunday

Whisky Stage

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    The Big Shoogle

    The World’s Rockiest Ceilidh Band, The Big Shoogle have played at some of the most prestigious events at home and overseas.

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    The Coaltown Daisies

    If you attended BOWFest2017 you will remember the fabulous performances of the Calmac Culture Winners Coaltown Daises.

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    Hannah Rarity Band

    Winner of the prestigious BBC Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2018. Hannah's spellbinding voice is not to be missed.

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    Snuff Box

    This much in demand trio from Glasgow mix traditional new and old tunes with contemporary flair, as well as quirky orignal material.