Cheers Cafe Bar and Tavern is set to have a fun-packed May Day Holiday weekend with entertainment to suit everyone.
Playing on Saturday from 2.30pm to 5.30pm will be The Weymsshill Ceilidh Band- (Beauly) which is a traditional Scottish Ceilidh band specialising in this type of music as well as dabbling in some “middle of the road” music.
On Sunday from 2pm to 5pm in the large outside area will be Dundee musician C-Red who is one of the finest musically versatile female entertainers on the scene at present.
From 5pm to 8.45pm local man Alan Reid AKA Bundy will perform. His gigs are always well attended and he is very popular.
The final and special treat on Sunday from 9pm inside Cheers will be Chart-Topping Ted Christopher. Ted recorded a re-written version of Bob Dylans “Knocking on Heavens Door” with a band of musicians from Dunblane and a choir of Dunblane School kids.
This was Dunblane’s reaction to the horrific killing of 16 primary pupils and their teacher. The song went straight to number 1 and raised more than £500,000 for charity.
A large crowd is expected to attend this family friendly event. There will be no charge for the entertainement.
However, it is hoped that everyone attending will be generous on the day and support the Fraserburgh Heritage Society and make a donation and purchase raffles to help raise funds for them.