Scocha's special charity concert

Scocha are bringing their renowned and unique rock and folk sound to Galashiels for a special concert for Parkinson's UK.

Thursday, 2nd March 2017, 9:19 am
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 11:03 am
Scocha bring their renowned and unique rock and folk sound to Galashiels in a charity concert for Parkinsons UK.

Famed for their versatility - with their shows featuring everything from ballads to rousing foot-stomping tunes - Scocha have something for everyone and their concerts attract all ages, from kids to grannies and everyone in between.

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The band’s unique sound has been heard all over the globe and brings a vibrant, infectious freshness to traditional Scottish folk music. Their performances are peppered with humour and banter in the Scots tongue and a good night is guaranteed.

Gary Hattie from the Borders branch of Parkinson’s UK said: “This concert will bring down the curtain on Parkinson’s Awareness Week (April 10-15) in the Borders. Parkinson’s UK Borders branch will be out raising funds and awareness all week but we are delighted that Scocha are putting on this fantastic gig for us. The band hasn’t appeared in Galashiels for some time so tickets are sure to go fast.”

Have a great night and raise money for a good cause at the Volunteer Hall, Galashiels, on Saturday, April 15. Show starts at 7.30pm, tickets £15 from Guess What? Galashiels, Colin Turnbull Cobblers, Selkirk, BGH Day Hospital, Melrose and