Festival organisers, shintys clubs and other users of Oban's stadium are pitching their ideas on ways to upgrade it.
Argyll's famous ceilidh group Skerryvore has unveiled plans for a one-day festival at Inveraray Castle to celebrate its 15th anniversary.
A stakeholders group is to be formed to come up with the best ways of improving Oban venue Mossfield Stadium.
Oban's stadium could be in line for a revamp to secure its future as a concert venue.
Organisers of Argyll’s biggest annual outdoor live music concert have announced they will not be hosting the event next year amid a dispute with the local authority.
Oban was alive with music over the weekend following the return of a popular festival.
Argyll's biggest outdoor live music concert is well underway at Mossfield Stadium in Oban.
Argyll is gearing up to welcome thousands of visitors this weekend to the region's biggest outdoor live music event, Oban Live.
An up-and-coming star visited primary schools in Oban yesterday to share her love of music.
Two Scottish bands are preparing to put on a show-stopping performance at Argyll’s largest outdoor music concert after winning spots in this year’s line-up.
Argyll’s largest outdoor music concert has announced the shortlisted Scottish acts fighting for a place at this year’s Oban Live 2019.
Unsigned acts from all over Scotland are being given the chance to win a slot at Oban Live - Argyll's biggest outdoor music concert.
The first acts have been announced for Argyll's biggest outdoor music event next year.
Argyll’s largest outdoor music concert has brought chart-topping success to the region by injecting more than £1.4million into the local economy.
Almost 8,000 revellers descended on Argyll over the weekend for Oban Live.
There is only one day to go until thousands head to Oban Live, the biggest open-air live music concert in Argyll.
Argyll’s biggest open-air live music event has launched a brand new marketing campaign to raise the profile of itself and Oban.
Skerryvore along with the oban high school pipeband bring to a close oban live 2017
Two high-profile bands have been announced to headline the Oban Live music festival.
A trio of traditional music acts are the latest to be announced on the line up for a major concert in Oban.
The organisers of one of Oban's biggest events have been left in limbo after they were told the blaes pitch used for parking is being grassed over.
The first Oban Live festival was a big hit as 10,000 people filled the town's Mossfield Park across two nights.
A two-day open air concert in Oban to feature Suddenly I See singer KT Tunstall has received a £17,900 grant.
Celtic rock legends Capercaillie are among the big names coming to Oban for a huge two-day open air concert this summer.