Pictured is James MacCallum of Friends Of Barry Mill and Karen Nicoll of the DJ Laing Group

An amazing line-up of quality bands from all over Scotland and the United Kingdom has descended upon the serene landscape of the historic Barry Mill. The mill is Scotland’s oldest working mill and dates back almost 800 years.

The family friendly event which is set to take place on Saturday 4th August and Sunday 5th August will raise funds for the National Trust for Scotlands property, The Barry Mill.

Saturdays line up includes a mix of banks from all over Scotland and the United Kingdom some of which are: Amazing Disgrace; Nifty Shades of Grey; Twa Blighters; George Harris; The Black Feathers; The Strange Blue Dreams; Tree’s Don’t travel; Two Thieves & the burning Wood.

Sunday looks to be set for another great line up of entertainment with Broon Troots; Arms Against; The Whole Shebang; The Yonderlees; Esperi; Our June Lions; Rail Fan and Franco playing.

The first day at the Barry Music Festival looks to be a great success thanks to sponsorship from a local Carnoustie business the DJ Laing Group. The DJ Laing Group has donated £500 towards the running costs of this years event.

“We are thrilled to have the DJ Laing Group a sponsor of Barry Mill Music Festival 2018” said Steve Burke, from Barry Mill Music Festival. “It’s given us the support to allow the festival run and add some extra special entertainment at the event which attendees can enjoy.

David Laing, Chairman of the DJ Laing Group, said: “Barry Mill Music Festival is a popular event with the local community. We hope our sponsorship will help the event which is enjoyed by many locally. DJ Laing is proud to show its support for this fundraiser and we hope everyone has an enjoyable weekend.”

Barry Mill Music Festival takes place on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 October at Strathmore Hall in Forfar. Tickets for Sunday are available at: https://www.nts.org.uk/visit/events/music-the-mill

David Laing
by: David Laing | Chairman and Company Founder