Scot-rockers Franz Ferdinand, Frightened Rabbit, Mogwai and more are set to play a special gig in Scotland to support the upcoming referendum on Scottish independence.
Taking place at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall on 14 September, the gig is in favour of the yes vote on the referendum, which would in turn make Scotland an independent country.
Most musicians have been somewhat ambiguous their political leanings to date, which makes the announcement of this gig a somewhat surprising piece of news.
Tickets for the show will be priced at £15 and are currently available to buy through The Usher Hall’s official website from 10am on Monday 1 September.
Check out the poster for ‘A Night for Scotland #VoteYes’ below:
The referendum will take place on 18 September, four days after the gig.
Gigwise recently interviewed OwlJohn, the solo project of Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchinson who will appear at the gig, watch it here.
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