Pictism hail from Edinburgh, Scotland, and perform as anything from a 2-piece to a full 7-piece ensemble, according to the occasion, with a setlist that includes traditional Scottish and Irish music, and contemporary covers with a Celtic twist... from Burns to Cash, with a few jigs and reels thrown in for good measure! The complete line-up includes male and female vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, bass, drums, fiddle, mandolin and tin whistle.
The Ceilidh Experience
Norman Mackay's Ceilidh Experience was originally formed in 2002. Now the Ceilidh band of choice for Rock stars, soap stars and famous politicians, they have gone on to perform at ceilidhs all over Scotland as well as making regular trips to England, Ireland and Europe.
The Ceilidh Experience are renowned for their rock style & high energy performances. They can be found performing anywhere from Scotland’s most desirable castles, stately homes and hotels, to local village halls and barn dances. In June 2005 they broke the world record for the biggest ever Eightsome Reel when they played for 5000 dancers on Edinburgh’s meadows!
Event: Pictism, The Ceilidh Experience
Date: Sunday 20th November 2016
Time : 12:00 - 03:00
Thursday 19th April
Eastboro Baptist Church Choir, Black Cat Bone
Friday 20th April
Supa N Da Kryptonites, The Shiverin’ Sheiks, Cow Cow Boogie
Saturday 21st April
The Banjo Lounge 4, Bad Boogaloo, Anton & The Colts