Madness – one of the most successful British pop groups of all time – will bring joy to Northern Meeting Park, Inverness on Friday 23rd August and East Links, Montrose on Saturday 24th August, when they headline huge outdoor concerts.
Joining them each evening is the Liverpudlian band, The Farm, whose first album Spartacus, produced by Suggs, reached the top position in the UK album charts in 1991. The band will perform hits including Groovy Train and All Together Now, as they get the crowd going ahead of Madness’ performance.
Peter Hooton, lead singer of The Farm, said:
“We love performing outdoors at festival type events, and promise powerful live shows in Inverness and Montrose, featuring all our hits. Come and join us!”
Also performing, and opening the shows for Madness, is Jeramiah Ferrari. Described as a “unique force and a live sensation that never disappoints”, the Manchester band are seasoned festival performers, fusing styles of reggae, rock, ska and pop.