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Award winning Scottish folk band Mànran to play at Findhorn's Universal Hall later this month

By Abbie Duncan

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AN award winning Scottish supergroup will play Findhorn later this month.

Scottish folk band Mànran will perform at Findhorn's Universal Hall later this month.
Scottish folk band Mànran will perform at Findhorn's Universal Hall later this month.

Folk band Mànran will perform at the music venue on Saturday October 29.

The band have spent over 10 years at the heart of the Scottish traditional music scene with three hugely successful studio albums already under their belt,

Mànran launched their new album 0rar (‘fresh’ or ‘flourishing’) in late 2021, revealing a rejuvenated and exciting sound that has thrilled fans and critics alike. Buoyed by this new music, the band kicked-off 2022 with a joyous return to Glasgow’s Celtic Connections festival and are looking forward to bringing their new material to Findhorn .

Having played in over 30 countries covering North America, Asia and Australia (where they were awarded “International Artist of the Year” at the Australian Celtic Music Awards), the multifaceted musical powerhouse have amassed a loyal fanbase worldwide for their outstanding tunes performed on a mixture of traditional and modern instruments, alongside their songs in Gaelic and English. Expect to hear Highland & Uilleann pipes, bass guitar, acoustic guitar, drums and accordion in their stunning show.

Tickets are available from universalhall.co.uk (+10% online booking fee) or from the Phoenix community store in Findhorn. The particular show is part of the post-COVID Scotland on Tour initiative designed to revitalise the Scottish touring music industry.

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