• Live Scottish Music Scene

Updated: Apr 18, 2019

The Scottish Pink Floyd are back at the Ferry this Friday with a 2 and a half hour show that promises to be the biggest and most successful show to date. A firm favourite at the Ferry, the Scottish Floyd will be performing songs from all eras of Pink Floyd's back catalogue,

The Scottish Pink Floyd Live at the Ferry last year

You spoke, they Listened!

As you are well aware, Pink Floyd songs can be long, meaning shows performed by the Scottish Floyd have went on till after 1am in the past. This time round is different, the band will be on around 9pm for a midnight finish.

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  • Live Scottish Music Scene

All-day prog rock festival Prog in the Park 2.0 is coming to Dunfermline's Glen Pavilion on Saturday 4th April 2020 and will feature a number of prog acts including Alan Reed & the Daughters of Expediency, Long Earth and This Winter Machine. Rush tribute Moving Pictures will open the event which begins at 11am with headliners, The Scottish Pink Floyd performing from around 9pm.

Prog in the Park 2.0 will feature a main stage, a smaller stage, a number of stalls and raffles, all in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support. Festival organiser Kevin O'Neil suffers from an extremely rare form of cancer called malignant myopericytoma and is only one of fifteen people in the world who has it. As a big prog rock fan, Kevin has combined his passion for live music with fundraising for cancer charities. The headline act have waived their fee for such a good cause and are looking forward to returning to Dunfermline for what should be a great day. For more information on the event and for tickets,


The Scottish Pink Floyd are under new management

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