FERGUS – Glass Tiger will headline the musical lineup for the Fergus Scottish Competition and Highland Video games this summer time.
“We’re actually thrilled to have Glass Tiger on the pageant this 12 months,” government director Elizabeth Bender said in a June 7 announcement.
“It’s particularly significant, as Glass Tiger was going to be a part of our 2020 pageant and seventy fifth anniversary celebrations which had been sadly canceled as a result of pandemic.
“It’s fabulous that we’re in a position to welcome them this 12 months.”
Glass Tiger is a Grammy-nominated band from Newmarket that has bought over 1.3 million albums.
The band rose to worldwide fame after the 1986 launch of its debut album The Skinny Pink Line, which included the hits Don’t Overlook Me (Once I’m Gone), Sometime and the title observe.
Glass Tiger will carry out on the Friday night time (Aug. 11) of the pageant, following the Tattoo.
Tickets are included as a part of the acquisition of a Friday night time ticket or weekend go.
“It will likely be nice to lastly have Glass Tiger up on stage,” said pageant president Matthew Bennett-Monty.
“The pageant group has put collectively an incredible lineup of leisure this 12 months that compliments all our different programming, together with the World Heavy Occasion competitors and Outlander stars.
“It is a pageant 12 months to not be missed.”
Along with Glass Tiger, pageant leisure will embrace Albannach, Waking Finnegan, Glengarry Bhoys, The Snake Charmer, Elora Competition Singers, The Rogersons, Gillebride MacMillan, David Leask, Bob Maclean, and Chambless & Muse.
For extra details about the pageant and to buy tickets, go to www.fergusscottishfestival.com.