It is with great regret that South Beach Sessions along with all of the artistes booked to perform have agreed that the necessary course of action is to postpone the events planned for Troon Concert Hall between 10th to 12th September and roll them over to September 2022. We have discussed all of the issues with the bands and it is with great disappointment but unanimity that given the situation postponement was the only decision available.
The weekend planned for Troon Concert Hall featured Hue and Cry, Donnie Munro, Big Country, The Skids and JJ Gilmour and all artists have agree to move their performance to the new dates in 2022.
The organisers confirmed the cancellation today (Wednesday 25th August) and added the following statement,
“It has become increasingly clear that the difficulties in organising events – particularly indoor ones - are still with us. It has become clear that many of our regular concert goers were just not ready to buy a ticket for an enclosed venue and when we take into account the number of logistical issues relating to staff, supplies and even security it has lead to the difficult decision that postponement was the best course of action.”
“All tickets are covered by South Beach Sessions’ “Rock n Rollover Guarantee” meaning that tickets will be valid for the re-arranged 2022 dates. We would ask that ticket holders consider holding onto their tickets for next year but we understand that this may not be possible for everyone and refunds will be offered. All ticket monies are secured by Skiddle, our ticket retailer – your funds are safe!”
Saturday 11th September 2021
Doors Open 7pm til Late | 7.30pm JJ Gilmour | 9.00pm Donnie Munro
Timings subject to change please check website for up to date information
Tickets Only £32.50 | Book Direct
Former Runrig frontman Donnie Munro who has enjoyed considerable further success as a solo artist and writer, has embarked on a series of acoustic shows where he has taken the opportunity of revisiting a wide range of material spanning his career with Runrig and with his own band. The acoustic project resulted in major sell out shows throughout the UK and Europe and the release of the album ‘Sweet Surrender – Live Acoustic’.
Munro's 'Heart of America' album was voted Album of the Year in the Scottish Trads Awards and his concept album and live show 'An Turas-the journey' was greeted with great critical acclaim.
Donnie joined his old Runrig bandmates for three songs during their 40th anniversary concert at the Black Isle show ground. He also appeared as a special guest performing two songs at Runrig’s farewell concert, “The Last Dance” in City Park, Stirling in 2018.