A new three-day festival is being launched on the Rosneath Peninsula next month.
The Cove Fringe promises a series of four events, with something for all the family.
The events start on Friday March 8, with a concert of Scottish music by Salt House, the group of young folk musicians who previously played in the Burgh Hall in December 2011 as Cula including Lauren McColl, (traditional instrumentalist of the year 2009).
Doors open at 7.15pm and there is a licensed bar serving draft beer, bottled beer and wine)the performance starts at 8pm.
The next day, Saturday 9th, the hall will host a sea faring show for P2-P5 children – Catherine Wheels perform Stuck.
Doors open at 2pm and the performance starts at 2.30, with a running time of approximately 60 minutes. Children must be accompanied/supervised by and adult and the event is free but ticketed.
That night the Motown Brothers play in concert, doors open at 7.15pm – bring your own drinks etc.
Finally, the Michael Deans Jazz Quintet will perform on Sunday. Doors open at 12 noon, with sop and roll included in the ticket price and a licensed bar from12-4pm.
Tickets for Friday, Saturday (evening) and Sunday events, are £10 for one event, £15 for two and £20 for three.
Tickets are on sale at Cove and Kilcreggan Post Offices, and the Café at Kilcreggan, or can be reserved via the burgh hall’s website using the link ‘book a ticket for an event’ or by contacting Marion on 07849920100.
All reserved tickets to be paid in full at first event to be attended.