Scottish Celtic band Skipinnish will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a major concert in Inverness.
The band’s only Scottish summer show will take place on July 5 in a Big Top Tent in the city’s Bught Park.
Skipinnish encompasses contemporary Celtic music with a mix of chart-topping, self-penned songs and powerful bagpipe, fiddle and accordion-led tune sets.
As a result, the band has built a loyal and strong fan base since its formation in Tiree in 1999.
On the 5th of July 2019 Skipinnish will hit Bught Park, Inverness for a massive 4500 capacity concert to celebrate our 20 year anniversary. This is our only Scottish Summer show in 2019.
Tickets on sale on Fri 30th Nov 10am!https://t.co/Pme6LNrJxO
booking line – 0844 888 999 pic.twitter.com/TnUI9A5hAg
— SKIPINNISH (@Skipinnish) November 27, 2018
The last few years have seen their support rocket to bring them to the very top of the thriving Celtic music scene.
Band co-founder, Angus MacPhail, said: “This will be a very special gig for Skipinnish.
“Celebrating our 20th birthday with a summer concert of this size in the Highland capital is a dream come true.
“We can’t wait to hear 4,000 fans singing their hearts out and going wild at Bught Park in July.”