FANS of the Border Boogie Band who were unable to get a ticket for their 30th anniversary gig in Melrose last month have the chance to get down with the veteran rockers in Traquair Village Hall on Sunday, April 10.
The band have an afternoon gig at the venue closest to their spiritual home, the Glen, as part of their anniversary celebrations.
“Of course, we’d like to see everyone who came to our Melrose concert, but we really want to do something a bit more informal for those who couldn’t get a ticket,” said singer Andy Keddie. “Traquair’s great for an afternoon boogie and we hope families will come for a blast.”
The gig has been timed to coincide with a short break in the hectic schedule of guitarist Frank Usher who is in the middle of a European tour with former Marillion frontman Fish.
The BYOB gig runs from 3pm till 6pm; adults £8, concessions £5.