November 11, 2022
Start time - 19:00
Troon Concert Hall



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Standing is downstairs
Unreserved seating is upstairs

Mànran at Troon Concert Hall

“Mànran live are electric and quite simply unstoppable” – Sunday Herald

Multi award-winning Scottish supergroup Mànran come to Troon!

Mànran have been at the heart of the Scottish traditional music scene for over a decade. Internationally recognised as one of the most iconic and respected Scottish bands on the road today, the seven-piece show no signs of slowing down as they continue to push boundaries and explore new musical and geographical territory, bringing their uplifting and unique live performances to stages across the world.

With three hugely successful studio albums under their belt, in October 2021 the band released their fourth, titled ÙRAR to critical acclaim, and adding to their success, lead female vocalist, Kim Carnie was crowned ‘Gaelic Singer of the Year’ at the 2021 Hands up for Trad Awards.

Having played in over 30 countries, including the USA, Asia and Australia (where they were awarded the accolade “International Artist of the Year” at the Australian Celtic Music Awards) this multifaceted musical powerhouse has gathered a loyal fanbase worldwide, due to their self-penned tunes performed on a mixture of traditional and modern instruments, outstanding songs in Gaelic and English and vibrant live performances.

“Mànran are up there with the best folk-rock bands our country has ever produced.” The Daily Record

“Gaelic folk superstars” – BBC Radio Scotland

“Listening to Mànran made us want to sing and dance like primal animals” – The BILD

“Twin-bagpipe attack could heat the blood of any non-Celt” – Sydney Morning Herald

“Mànran are a band we’d put money on to succeed” – The Financial Times

“Holding aloft the torch of Scottish traditional music” – The Blue Mountains Gazette

“Incendiary fire to send a lively crowd into a frenzied seething mass” – Fatea Records

“Tha Mànran air an guth a lorg” (‘Mànran have found their voice’) – Dàna mag

“At the very top of their productive and creative game” – Folkradio.co.uk

“Tha Mànran air an guth a lorg” (“Mànran have found their voice”) – Dàna mag

“Mànran are an exceptionally talented bunch that have taken the music world by storm with their high energy tunes and songs” – Donald Shaw, Celtic Connections

“One of the most exciting Scottish bands, the songs, the tunes, they’ve got it all.” – Eddie Barcan, Glastonbury


Troon Concert Hall

Located beside the beach, Troon Concert Hall is within easy walk of the train station and only a short 40 minute drive from Glasgow. It has a standing capacity of 600 downstairs with a further 200 seats upstairs.

Address - Municipal Buildings, South Beach, Troon KA10 6EF

Phone no - 01292 612200

Accessibility - There are disabled parking bays on Academy Street, Troon and South Beach Road Car park. Short walk from both bay areas to the disabled ramp entrance with automatic doors located on South Beach Road (Walker Hall Entrance). Entrance is straight along the Corridor passing a disabled toilet and a changing places toilet. Please note due to the nature and age of the building the balcony has no lift access. Patrons must be able to ascend the stairs to the upstairs seating area if an upstairs ticket is purchased. There is no seating downstairs.

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