Refugee Week Scotland Opening Concert 2012. New this year!

Scottish Refugee Council & British Red Cross present Refugee Week Scotland Opening Concert 2012 with Fence Records

Line up includes: King Creosote  with friends, The Pictish Trail and Randolph's Leap

Fence Records artists open Refugee Week celebrations

Refugee Week Scotland Opening Concert - 18 JuneFife's Fence Records holds a special label showcase to mark the opening of this year’s Refugee Week Scotland festivities. With their recent Eye O' the Dug event, and Away Game festival both selling out immediately, this is a great chance to experience the Fence magic. 

Label founder, King Creosote, will perform with a few special guests.  With a back catalogue of over 40 albums, including the Mercury and Scottish Album of the Year Award nominated Diamond Mine, the set list is sure to include favourites old and new.

Support comes from King Creosote's right hand man, The Pictish Trail - who'll be performing an eclectic mix of songs from his forthcoming album, Secret Soundz Vol.2, with a full band. Opening will be Glasgow's own Randolph's Leap - a new addition to the Fence fold, who will be releasing an EP on the label later in the year.

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Support our work

Funds raised will go to Scottish Refugee Council and British Red Cross to support their continuing work providing support to refugees in Scotland.

Ages 16+

Buy your tickets well in advance as it is sure to be a sell out!

100 free gig tickets will be on offer to Refugee Community Groups working with us as part of Refugee Week.  There’s also a selection of free events in our Refugee Week Programme.  And watch out for opportunities to win tickets.

Win tickets to Refugee Week Scotland’s opening concert

Send us a picture or short video clip showing what spirit means to you. The winning photo and video will receive a pair of tickets each.  Don't delay - all entries must be received by Tuesday 5 June.

Check out our Spirit website to find out how to enter.