From Friday 22 to Sunday 24 we’ll be live streaming from zoom, Facebook, YouTube and twitch. Many of the live artists and DJs on our bill for this year will be joining us in whatever form they can. On Saturday take part in workshops for all the family and Sunday enjoy a ceilidh!
Watch the live stream from Facebook, YouTube or twitter or join our zoom meet for a more participatory experience and the opportunity to create your own breakout camps.
All links will be posted on the Facebook event page.
Post pictures of yourself celebrating Knockengorroch in whatever way you can. Share your photos of your best celestial beings outfits to win glory, fame and a Knockengorroch T-shirt. See you there!!
And don’t forget to donate to support all the fantastic artists taking part!
16:00 Knockengorroch ceilidh with Awry
10:00 Guided meditation. “Embodied Stardust Oneness” – opening session for Celestial, Mindful Being.
11:15 Pond dipping with Tilly
12:30 Highland dance with Martin Fell
13:45 Singing with Chandra
15:00 North Indian dance with Dana
16:15 Club Mud. A joy-packed hour of playful absurdity and spontaneous silliness. Expect games, group choreography and crazy happenings from the Club Mud team. Bring your friends. Kids, drop off your adults. Flash mob the DJ later on..
Saturday live music
19:00 Cammy Sinclair
19:10 Freya Rae (Holiday Club)
19:25 Cera Impala Music
20:05 Daniel Allison
20:20 Luisa Brown and John Anderson
20:40 Ceitidh Mac
21:00 Macmaster/ Hay (The Poozies)
21:40 Afro Celt Sound System
22:00 Address from Knockengorroch host Simon Holmes
22:20 Morag Brown (Awry)
22:35 Sam Gillespie and Siannie Moodie
22:55 Greg and Pete (Moishe’s Bagel)
23:30 DJ Dolphin Boy
Friday’s ‘Lockengorroch’ live stream line-up
19:05 Chandra Mather
19:25 Theo Bard
19:40 Twelfth Day
20:15 Tilly Dread
20:25 Toby Mottershead
20:40 Martin Fell
20:55 Zoë Bestel
21:10 John Fairhurst
22:00 Nema Kuta
23:00 Mood Swings – Leeds
We have set up a donation page for those who can to donate. Proceeds will be split between the artists that participate, who have lost most of their income due to the coronavirus pandemic.