A Quiet Night In

Posted on September 20, 2011


On Friday night The Monkey Club in Kilmarnock will host the first A Quiet Night In mini-festival, and don’t be duped by the name, as it is set to be anything but what it suggests.

A stellar line up of Ayrshire talent will play over two stages, and the event is open to over 14’s (bring your ID folks) for the bargain price of £6.

The event runs from 6.00 -11.30pm and it’s likely to be a hectic night, particularly with it being the first hometown show this year for headliners Fatherson,  so you may want to purchase a ticket in advance.

AQNI organiser David Bell has been putting on great shows for ages now, and he described why he chose to hold this event, saying:

 “I love gigs, but music festivals and all-dayers usually tend to be a lot more ‘eventful’ than normal shows – AQNI sort of meets somewhere in the middle. Ultimately I just want to create an atmosphere where people can have fun, perhaps discover a new favourite artist(?) and have a bit of a party in the process. What I really love is that sense of ‘community’ you get at these shows; as well as enjoying all of the music, this could be a great opportunity to meet some like-minded individuals and make some new friends.”

Line Up:

Main Stage


This Familiar Smile


Bellow Below

Fires Attract

Juan Pablo

Acoustic Stage

Tragic O’Hara

Brown Bear and the Bandits

Logan and the La-La-Liars

John Condron

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