Montrose Music Festival
Montrose Football Club will be hosting live acts again at this years Montrose Music Festival.
First up at 1.00 pm is popular local band Peyton Place who are a five piece pop/rock group who have quickly established themselves as one of Scotland's biggest up and coming bands.
Their use of tight vocal harmonies, catchy chorus' and upbeat yet intricate riffs really make them one to watch out for!
Next up at 4.00 pm is acoustic act Nick Mercer Jr. Formerly the singer with Fife band Sergeant, who shared a stage with Oasis & the Fratellis at T in the Park. Nick re-emerged in 2014 with a selection of new songs as well as revisiting Sergeant’s back catalogue.
Final act appearing at 5.30 pm are Edinburgh based feel good rock n roll band the Holy Ghosts playing Rock n' Roll/Country and a dash of the Blues. The Holy Ghosts draw inspiration from the R’n’B, Country Rock and Americana bands of the 60s and 70s and apply a unique twist of Scottish modern life. Local fans will remember the Holy Ghosts as the supporting act to last years sell-out Status Quo gig on Montrose Links.
Derek’s Got His, What About You? - Become a Pitch Sponsor Now
Montrose FC are delighted to announce the opportunity for fans to become a sponsor of the hallowed Links Park turf. The existing artificial playing surface has come to the end of its natural life and in June this year, a new state of the art pitch will be laid.
The Club are offering fans the chance to sponsor a square of the new surface (approx 5m x 5m) for a one off price of £135. This will last for the lifetime of the surface, estimated at between 8-10 years. Each sponsor will receive a framed certificate, will have their name on an advertising board around the pitch and will be regularly featured in the match day programme. Additionally, sponsors will have the chance each season to win a free prize draw for Corporate Hospitality.
Chairman Derek Sim said, “This is a great opportunity for the people of Montrose to support what has become a very well used facility for the local community. In return they will see their name displayed around the ground, on our web site and regularly in our programmes. To commemorate the end of the Club’s 135th season we have set the price at £135 per square, which is less than £15 per year, and I am delighted to say we have already had a lot of interest.”