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Mánran to Play Lively Gig at Strathpeffer Pavilion

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The supergroup are performing a string of dates hot off the heels of their new album ÙRAR.

Multi award-winning Scottish trad-rock band Mànran will play Strathpeffer Pavilion on Tuesday 28th December, entertaining audiences in Strathpeffer with material from their stunning new album ÙRAR alongside a back-catalogue of crowd-pleasers this festive season.

The Strathpeffer gig will be one of a string of festive dates, with the supergroup also taking to stages in Stirling, Killin, Oban and Skye.

Mànran will perform an array of exciting new material, alongside some old favourites, and will be joined by award-winning contemporary Scottish fiddle band Blazin’ Fiddles.

The well-loved group have spent 11 years at the heart of the trad music scene and released their fourth studio record ÙRAR in October.

The album is the first to feature Scottish songstress Kim Carnie, who won the Gaelic Singer of the Year Award at the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards 2021, and guitarist Aidan Moodie as the latest members of this unstoppable band.

Having been in high demand as a live act across the world with shows in over 30 countries, the group are looking forward to playing to Strathpeffer audiences.

On Spotify alone, their new album ÙRAR has been streamed over 150,000 times in its first month.

Mànran’s accordion player and founding member Gary Innes, who also presents BBC Radio Scotland’s longest-running radio show Take The Floor, said:

“We’re delighted to be returning to Strathpeffer this festive season and be joined by fans old and new at Strathpeffer Pavilion.

“We can’t wait to play some tried and tested favourites as well as new tracks from our latest album – it’s just brilliant to be gigging again and we can’t wait to see everyone this festive season.”

Catch Mànran at Strathpeffer Pavilion on Tuesday 28th December.

Get your tickets by clicking here.

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