Millport Country Music Festival have announced the final additions to their much anticipated 2022 event, all set to take place on the Isle of Cumbrae on the weekend of August 19-20.
In the final batch of additions, it's been announced that Modern Age Music Roots will be hosting a takeover on the Cactus Jack’s stage on the Saturday afternoon. Modern Age Music offer artist management, campaign marketing & PR to both rising and established acts, and will be showcasing Sarah Darling, One Trick Pony, Georgia Nevada and Megan Rose at the festival.
Over 30 artists will appear across five stages at this year’s festival, with an equal mix of International and local acts delivering an exciting smorgasbord of country, Americana and roots.
Drake White & The Big Fire are all set to headline the Nashfield Main Stage on the Saturday night, where Sunny Sweeney, Blue Rose Code, Morganway and Kenny Foster will also perform. Also within the Nashfield area is the brand new Spotlight Stage, where such exciting names as Ruthie Collins, Stevie O’Connor, Alyssa Bonagura, Tim Prottey-Jones and Two Ways Home will perform.
The Maverick Acoustic Stage will host Candi Carpenter on the Friday, with Robert Vincent, Jessie G and Sandy McLelland also appearing across the day. On the Saturday, Chris Mossop, Emma Moore, Chase Stapleton, Roseanne Reid, Arbor North, Kezia Gill, Kevin McGuire and Songbyrd will take to the stage, before Gary Quinn & Friends host their Acoustic Jam for the celebratory finale.
The party doesn't end there. On the Friday night, the Honky Tonk Roadshow will close the show, while Jade Helliwell, Chloe & The Country Rocks Band and The Scoundrels ensure the Saturday ends with a bang.
Fancy a bit of line-dancing? Well, the Dance Ranch area is the place for you. Led by Rodeo Stomp and featuring performances by festival favourites Rick Lambert, Carson City and James + Wood, new and experienced line dancers will be welcome to get involved.
Millport Country Music Festival is located in the grounds of Garrison House, right in the centre of Millport itself on the Isle of Cumbrae, less than an hour west of Glasgow.