GroceryAid Scotland’s first-ever live music event looks set to be a must-attend event with top notch artists including Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Scouting For Girls and The Feeling due to perform.
GroceryAid Scotland has confirmed that some top-drawer acts have been confirmed for its inaugural music event. Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Scouting For Girls and Scotland’s very own The Feeling are set to grace the main stage at Barras Art & Design (BAaD) in Glasgow on 1 September.
The unique musical celebration of the Scottish retailing industry will also see performances by George Bowie, Cassi, Pretty Ugly with further DJs due to be confirmed shortly. Also set to spin the decks on the night is accomplished DJ and GroceryAid Scotland Co-chair Jim Harper of One O One Convenience Stores.
The event will be hosted by Scottish TV and radio star Jennifer Reoch.
All told, attendees will be treated to over 14 hours of quality entertainment and fantastic food and drink at a tailor-made venue that boasts a large indoor main stage area, a first floor VIP area as well as a covered outdoor area with anything up to 700 people expected.
Jim Harper said: “Checkout Scotland will be a fantastic opportunity for the trade to gather and recognise their colleagues’ efforts during the Covid crisis, while also supporting GroceryAid, our industry charity.
“The event will celebrate an industry that has shone during the pandemic, serving communities across the country with passion and energy. Critically, the event will also help raise awareness of the GroceryAid charity and the life-changing work it does for industry colleagues in need of a little help.”