Pavilion festival to feature launch of #RothesayLive

Beth Swan, seen here singing at Port Bannatyne's gala day in June, is among the local artists who will perform at the #ROTHESAYLIVE launch event on September 27.
Beth Swan, seen here singing at Port Bannatyne's gala day in June, is among the local artists who will perform at the #ROTHESAYLIVE launch event on September 27.

The first event in a new ten-month project organised by the Rothesay Pavilion Charity to help support, nurture and develop music for young people on the Bute will form part of the Pavilion’s Closing Weekend Festival later this month.

The first event in #ROTHESAYLIVE, on Sunday, September 27 between 1pm and 3pm, will be a free live music showcase of some of the finest young musicians from Bute including Layla Templeton, Daniel Sweet, The Red Hearted Vibes, Beth Swan and The Hideout alongside more experienced artists, such as Anabrese.

One of the aims of the project is to create more opportunities for young people to play and to perform their music in a variety of settings and there will be more live shows coming soon.