Skerryvore – Live Music @ Hawick Town Hall
Get right into the Festive Spirit with Skerryvore’s return to Hawick Town Hall – enjoying the best of contemporary Scottish Folk-Rock.
Over the last nearly 20 years, Skerryvore have evolved from their humble beginnings to become one of the country’s leading forces in a thriving live music scene. At the forefront of a movement that has reinvented and reignited a traditional Scottish scene for a modern, multicultural audience, and three-time winners of Scotland’s ‘Live Act of the Year’ award, the band have brought their high energy performances to audiences across the globe. From their early days in Scottish West Coast halls and bars, to festival crowds in the USA, Canada, Australia and throughout the UK and Europe, Skerryvore’s wide range of influences and talent produce a musically expansive, immersive yet intimate set that excites and captivates audiences.
Their mix of bagpipes, fiddles, accordions, and whistles, alongside guitar and vocals, underpinned by driving bass, drums and keys, lets Skerryvore represent the best in contemporary Scottish traditional music. Their now 7 studio albums demonstrate the wide range of influences the individual musicians bring to the mix – a unique fusion of folk, trad, pop and rock.
Several of their songs have become anthemic, energising audiences across the UK, Europe and USA, with their unique fusion appealing to a wider mix of age groups and tastes.
Support on the night will come from local favourites Western End!
Book now for standing or balcony seating tickets.
What better way to fill a dark December evening?
Hawick Town Hall
Friday 21 December
Doors and Bar: 19.00
Live Music from: 19.45
“The highest rated show we have ever had on our post-concert surveys… people LOVED the show” – Anchorage Concert Association, ALASKA
“Skerryvore have evolved to become one of Scotland’s greatest musical exports.” – Wickham Festival, ENGLAND
“Skerryvore have crafted a world beating fusion, which takes pride in their heritage and above all else is a pure joy to listen to.” – Folk Radio UKShare
When & where
Hawick Town Hall