We are delighted to announce that The Low Down are our headline act on the Saturday night at Bootstock.
“Soulful Raw Vocals with Blasting Blues & Pounding Rock Grooves”
Here is a preview to get you in the mood
Singer / Songwriter / Multi-Instrumentalist Calum Mackenzie Jones has been a huge supporter of the Bootstock Association over the last two years. We are thrilled to be able to welcome him and his new band to the Saturday evening line up. Have a listen to some of his music here
Bad Actress is a five-piece Hard Rock and Blues Rock band, with a touch of glam, from the North of Scotland. They mostly play their own songs but also include occasional covers of e.g. Aerosmith, ZZ Top
On Saturday we are delighted to welcome back the legendary Big Bob’s Blues Band to the Bootstock stage.
The Saturday line up also includes the brilliant Darren Watt, who will be performing solo, and with his own very special backing singers.
Enjoy the voices of the young and talented Songbirds, who we are excited to welcome back to Bootstock again this year.
The Saturday line up also includes our old Bootstock friend Ewan Reid, the delightful Issy Thompson, and the acoustic trio Nelson’s Mandola who play a set of original tunes on guitar, mandolin, fiddle and mandola, usually with a complex time signature thrown in to keep the audience on their toes.
Headlining on the Friday night are The Trad Project
Taking things to the next level, bringing you driving, upbeat tunes mixed with original Celtic-Folk-Rock songs, The Trad Project are already making an impression on the festival scene running in 2018.
Also on the Friday night bill are Vegas Hed Thug. Quite simply, rock with a mind of its own.
The Festival starts at 8.00pm on Friday and then runs from 2.00pm until midnight on Saturday.
The festival is family friendly and camping is free.
Admission is also free but donations to the Bootstock Association Charity will be welcome. Tickets are limited so please use the ‘Leave a reply’ function below to check availability.
Fund raising activities
Stall selling genuine Nepal arts & crafts, the Bootstock Raffle, music quiz and games.
There will be a very reasonably priced menu (with vegetarian option) organised by Bootstock members, plus tea and coffee available throughout the day.
There is no bar so please bring your own beer and refreshments.
How to get there
Turn off the A9 and take the B9169 / B9163 past Culbokie towards Cromarty. After 6.5 miles turn right (sign posted Resolis Memorial Hall and New Hall). The Memorial Hall is 0.5 miles down the road on right hand side before junction.