IT is a big year for the Tiree Music Festival it celebrates its 10th anniversary. This year’s vent runs from Friday July 12 to Sunday July 14 and artists already confirmed include TMF stalwarts Skerryvore, who have performed at every festival since it began; Tide Lines, Sandi Thom; Mànran, Niteworks; Trail West; Gunna Sound; Face the West; Funbox and Heron Valley.

A unique collaboration will also take place at the festival. Entitled Waiting on a Sunny Day: TMF’s Tribute to “The Boss” – this will be a collective performance from some of artists on the Scottish folk scene who have been inspired by the one and only Bruce Springsteen.

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The title is also a nod to the slightly less-than-favourable weather the festival has had over the past few years, with TMF using the hashtag #waitingonasunnyday over the past couple of years.

Also joining the bill are The Tumbling Souls, Gentlemen of Few, Katee Kross & the Amberjax, Willie Campbell, Dun Mor, Anna Rachel Macdonald, The Defenders, Cornaig Ceilidh Band, and Buddha & the Band.

The TMF10 All Star Ceilidh Band will make a welcome return to the stage, encompassing a plethora of past ceilidh performers who have played the festival.

Tiree itself boasts picture-perfect white sands, world-famous surf and the festival has been described as one of the most stunning locations in the world.

Since 2010, the festival has welcomed world-class musicians from Scotland and beyond and this year won’t only be the 10th year of the event, but also the 10th year it has completely sold out months in advance.

Tiree Music Festival prides itself on being a family-friendly weekend with a family campsite, glamping pods and campervan pitches. It also has a main campsite that a huge range of ages enjoy too.

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