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A free breakfast is on offer to hungry festival goers on Sunday morning.

Music fans camping out will find the bacon and eggs a tasty treat after the Hebridean Celtic Festival.

The hot cooked meal is served at Stornoway Free Church from 8.30 am-10.30am and everyone is welcome.

Meanwhile, visitors have been treated to pop-up gigs at he festival’s base in Cromwell Street in Stornoway.

The steady stream of visitors snapping up tickets and festival merchandise enjoyed the music from performers including Lewis singer songwriter Colin MacLeod who plays on the main stage tonight and has just signed a recording contract with global music company BMG.

Also entertaining the queues were Black Isle singer Tamzene, who won the CalMac Culture Music competition, and Glasgow band The Hur.


During the week sets were provided by local singer Eleanor Nicolson, Willie Campbell and the Tumbling Souls and Canadian singer songwriter Tristan Horncastle.


Free breakfast for HebCeltFest fans

22 July 2017