IF all goes well, a music night in Ullapool’s Ferry Inn will not just raise money for a good cause, but mark the beginning of an annual event.
Local DJ Darren Boa, who is organising the first Ullapool Annual Charity Music Night with the support of other north DJs and musicians, is confident tomorrow’s show will just be the beginning.
"This is the first, yes, but with full support from the village hall there will certainly be at least one a year as they are right behind it," he said.
"The charities may change, but I think it’d be better to focus on the one just now and see how we get on. However, the feedback I’ve had has been incredible so I think it would go on leaps and bounds after this one."
This year the Multiple Sclerosis Society is the chosen charity and joining Boa in taking part will be Nairn singer-songwriter Jemma Tweedie, who was nominated in the Best Acoustic category of last week’s Scottish Alternative Music Awards, Furry Vengeance and DJs Robin Brinkler and Planisfear.
The event is for ages 16 and over, but all under-18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult and there will be a fully licensed bar.
Tickets priced £6 are available in advance from the Ferry Boat Inn or Darren Boa on 0771 983 3454 or will be available on the door on the night, priced £8.
The event runs from 7.30pm to midnight on Saturday 16th March.