Party at Grant's9th May 2020 | 16 Bands | 2 Stages | 1 Great Day
Forres Live invites you to a Party at Grant’s – a festival featuring a sixteen bands with headliners the Red Hot Chilli Pipers rounding off the 10 hours of non-stop live music.
Grab your mates and join us in Grant Park to party your socks off to well-known and up and coming artists in the stunning natural park arena.
Canterbury’s own Luke Jackson Trio, Glasgow pop group Sara ‘N’ Junbug and local Indie group Be Like Pablo, will also perform alongside OpenPlan, The Citrus Scene, Schiehallion, Chris Grant and the Blues Response Unit, the Calum Jones Band and Craig Robertson – visit our Line Up page for the full list of bands!
Rain or shine, the show will go on with the main stage set under a magical big top!
And with another smaller stage, bars, food and a few surprises yet to be revealed there will be non-stop entertainment all day long – book your TICKETS now!
Headline Act – Red Hot Chilli Pipers
The Most Famous Bagpipe Band On The Planet
Bagpipes with attitude, Drums with a Scottish accent and a show so Hot it carries its own health warning.
The band’s achievements have reached incredible heights with their groundbreaking fusion of traditional Scottish music and Rock/Pop anthems which they proudly call ‘Bagrock’
Their first album ‘Bagrock to the masses’ has over 100,000 UK Sales and their viral cover of Avicci track ‘Wake Me Up’ has had over 3.5 million views.
ESL LIVE LTD ARE DONATING 25% OF ALL COMPANY PROFITS TO MAGGIE’S HIGHLANDS IN INVERNESS
ESL Live Ltd the organisers of Forres Live will be donating 25% of all company profits to Maggie’s Highlands.
Maggie’s Highlands provides free practical, emotional and social support for people with cancer and their family and friends across the whole of the Highlands. Maggie’s offers a programme of support that has been shown to strengthen physical and emotional wellbeing. Built in the grounds of Raigmore Hospital, the centre is a warm and welcoming place with professional staff on hand to offer the support people need to find their way through cancer.
Maggie’s Highlands will be celebrating its 14th birthday this year, having helped over 85,000 visitors dealing with Cancer since opening in 2005. This year the Highlands centre expects to see around 11,000 visitors from across the Highlands who need the support and services that Maggie’s offers.
Maggie’s Highlands cost £480,000 a year to run and relies solely on voluntary donations to deliver its incredible, high quality and unique programme of support. If you’d like to find out more about how you can support Maggie’s or to make a donation please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org