Musicians Raise the Roof at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

 

 

Two Scottish acts are preparing for this year’s Upside Doon music festival by playing a surprise gig on the roof of the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.

Talented singer-songwriter Colin Hunter and acclaimed six-piece Have Mercy Las Vegas take to the roof in spectacular fashion on Tuesday 6th June at 4pm and 7pm respectively.

Musician Colin Hunter will perform at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Colin Hunter

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These extraordinary performances will give the public a preview of what to expect at the Upside Doon festival, which takes place at the Museum on Saturday 24th June.

Events Manager, Claire Grant said: “This is the first ever roof-top performance at the Burns Museum, so it’s incredibly exciting. We’re very proud to organise this great festival, and to showcase some of Scotland’s best musicians.”

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Tickets for the festival can be purchased at: https://nts.cloudvenue.co.uk/upsidedoon

Musicians Raise the Roof at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Upside Doon

Saturday 24th June 2017

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum – Gardens

Tickets: £17 (adult), £14 (child), £55 (family)

Music with a Scots accent! Upside Doon returns for its second year with a fantastic line up of Scottish talent, including Mull Historical Society, BMX Bandits, Have Mercy Las Vegas, Colin Hunter, C Macleod, and The Stumblers.

 

Musicians Raise the Roof at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum is owned by the National Trust for Scotland

 

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