Scottish Celtic-rock band Skerryvore plays Dunedin this weekend

The band releases Tempus—its first studio album in five years—this month.

click to enlarge Skerryvore - Photo via skerryvore/Facebook
Photo via skerryvore/Facebook
Tampa Bay just enjoyed the Highlander Games & Festival in Dunedin, so who’s gonna complain about an entertainment encore?

In honor of the 40th anniversary of the Scottish American Society of Dunedin this year, Scottish Celtic-rock group Skerryvore, which releases Tempus—its first studio album in five years—this month, performs at Weaver Park.

Joining in are The Byrne Brothers, whose resume consists of performing regularly at Disney Springs’ Raglan Road, alongside their dad, Tommy. Members of the Suncoast Pipes & Drums, and the Isle of Skye Highland Dancers—in true Raglan Road form—open.

Skerryvore plays Dunedin's Weaver Park on Saturday, April 8, and cover is $15.

UPDATED 04/07/23 1 p.m. Updated admission fee.

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