|20 March||MUCH MARCLE||Hellens Manor||TICKETS|
|21 March||MUCH MARCLE||Hellens Manor||TICKETS|
|22 March||LEEDS||The Brudenell||TICKETS|
|23 March||HEXHAM||Queens Hall||TICKETS|
|25 March||MORECAMBE||The Platform||TICKETS|
|02 May||BURY ST EDMUNDS||The Apex||TICKETS|
|03 May||LONDON||The Water Rats (Folk on Monday)||TICKETS|
|04 May||CAERNARFON||Galeri Caernarfon Cyf||TICKETS|
|05 May||BURY||The Met||TICKETS|
|06 May||CAMBRIDGE||Cambridge Junction 2||TICKETS|
|07 May||STROUD||Subscription Rooms||TICKETS|
|09 June||KESWICK||Mountain Festival||TICKETS|
|07 July||STROUD||Subscription Rooms||TICKETS|
|07 July||TRELAWNYD||Memorial Hall||TICKETS|
|09 July||COCKERMOUTH||Kirkgate Centre||TICKETS|
|13 July||ABERDEEN||The Lemon Tree||TICKETS|
|15 July||UNST||Baltasound Hall||TICKETS|
|20 July||STORNAWAY||HebCelt Festival||TICKETS|
|22 July||DOLGELLAU||Sesiwn Fawr Dolgellau||TICKETS|
|06 August||FAREHAM||Wickham Festival||TICKETS|
|09 August||SIDMOUTH||Sidmouth Folk Week||TICKETS|
“Welcome to the weird but undoubtedly wonderful world of The Peatbog Faeries, Skye’s finest, where you should always expect the unexpected. Gloriously unpredictable, a band to treasure.” fRoots
Hailing from the Isle of Skye, the Peatbog Faeries are the figurehead trailblazers of the Celtic Dance Music renaissance. Drawing upon a dazzling myriad of influences from traditional jigs and reels through jazz, hip hop, reggae and more, they take traditional Scottish music and bring it fresh-faced and breathless into the 21st century.
They are Peter Morrison (pipes and whistles), Ross Couper (fiddle), Tom Salter (guitar), Innes Hutton (bass, percussion) Graeme Stafford (keyboards) and Stuart Haikney (drums).
They have toured the world taking their inventive and unique brand of music and light show to audiences far and wide, never failing to fill the floor and delight the crowd.
This is high octane Celtic dance music as you’ve never heard it before – be prepared to dance.
“Nothing prepares you for the high octane music of the Peatbog Faeries. Powerful melodies are dextrously pumped out with a smart degree of techno attitude, while cross-rhythms ricochet over a heavy bass that hits you forcefully like a massive heart beat.” The Scotsman
“Imagine The Orb meeting a ceilidh band in the mind of Irvine Welsh. This is it! Billy Nasty may have mixed pipes and dance on the decks but the Peatbog Faeries can play it live and it blew the audience away.” Edinburgh Evening News