20 October 2023 @ 18:00 – 21:00
Haunting Harmonies – Halloween Youth Music Gig
Unleash the Spooky Soundtrack of Halloween:
Step into a world of music, mystique, and Halloween enchantment at our upcoming Halloween Youth Music Gig! On Friday, October 20th, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM, The Chapel at Geilsland will be transformed into a stage for the most hauntingly talented youth musicians in the Garnock Valley and beyond.
Prepare to be amazed as we showcase the extraordinary musical prowess of the young talent that graces our stage. From soulful singers to electrifying bands, this gig is a platform for the rising stars of the North Ayrshire music scene. Witness their passion, dedication, and undeniable flair as they deliver performances that will send shivers down your spine in the best way possible.
And the best part? You’re cordially invited, and the entrance is absolutely free! Bring your friends, family, and anyone who appreciates the magic of live music and you can feel free to dress up in your spookiest attire! It’s a Halloween treat that won’t cost you a thing.
Whether you’re a music enthusiast, a Halloween aficionado, or simply looking for a captivating way to spend your evening, this gig has something for everyone. From energetic performances to haunting ballads, you’ll experience a diverse array of musical genres that’ll have you tapping your feet and humming along.
If you’ve been to any of our previous chapel gigs, you’ll know they’re one of the best gigs you can attend in the Garnock Valley! So mark your calendars, spread the word, and prepare for an unforgettable evening of musical brilliance. Our Halloween Youth Music Gig is a unique opportunity to support and celebrate the next generation of musical talent while immersing yourself in the spirit of Halloween.
Date: Friday, October 20th
Time: 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Location: The Chapel, Geilsland Estate, Beith, KA15 1HD
Admission: Free Entry
17 October 2022 @ 10:00 – 15:00
Band factory is back! Our biggest and best music event of the year is back for round two of 2022. Beginning on Monday, October 17th, we’re inviting you along to a week-long, unforgettable, musical experience that’s suitable for any style of musician.
Wondering if band factory is for you? If you’re a young person, between the ages of 12 and 18, and you can play an instrument (any instrument at all; we’ve even had bagpipe players before!) then you’re the perfect fit. Beginning on Monday October 17th, you’ll first be introduced to our team, and the wonderful Pryde Kilwinning who will be mentoring you across the week, and then your bands will be formed. From there you’ll spend the next couple of days deciding on your setlist, practising and having a jam with your new band. To celebrate and showcase your hard work and practise; at the end of the week you’ll be playing a set at our Beer Hall mainstage!
It’s a great opportunity for young musicians. Not only to showcase their talents and perform infront of a live audience; but also to make some musically minded friends. Or maybe even be part of the Garnock Valley’s next biggest band! We’ve seen many successful musicians and bands come through our band factory project; and you could be next. So what are you waiting for? Get your tickets now! Spaces are limited so to avoid disappointment we advice you book in as soon as you can. The full weeks worth of activities is only £20 per person.
Jam sessions will run from 10am – 3pm and the gig will take place on Saturday 22nd October, time TBC. Bring a packed lunch for your jam sessions (or pop into Mocha Jaks if you fancy).
We’ll be taking regular photos and videos of both the jam sessions and the gig performance. Please let us know well in advance if you wish to not be photographed or filmed. We also have spare equipment available if you would like to partake but don’t have an instrument of your own. However; these are limited and we ask that you have a basic level of experience of playing the instrument.
For any questions or queires please contact us at 01505 228141 or our music project lead Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org