BREW at the Bog is Scotland’s newest music festival celebrating all that’s good about this fair land – great music and great beer.
And joining the party, alongside a host of up and coming indie and alternative talent, are Lewis singer/songwriter Miss Irenie Rose and island group the Open Day Rotation, fronted by Willie Campbell.
Being held on Saturday, May 5th, at Bogbain Farm, just outside Inverness, the new festival boasts an impressive line-up of over 30 acts, along with some wicked food, films acoustic sessions and belly laughs.
Also on the bill are: Tommy Reilly, Washington Irving, Endor, Stanley Odd, Kitty the Lion, Over the Wall, Three Blind Wolves, Fatherson, Open Swimmer, Quickbeam, Kobi, Matt Norris and the Moon, Findlay Napier, The Seventeenth Century, Beerjackets, Bensh, Megan Blyth, Little Fire, Sion Russell Jones, Midnight Glory, Hellovideo, Woody Pines, Mike Nesbit, Jonathan Powell, Cafe Disco, Lost City Soul, Laki Mera, Graham Brown, The Little Kicks, Cherrie Fosphate, and He Slept of 57.
For more information about Brew at the Bog, check out www.brewatthebog.com.