BIGGAR Little Festival may be over but the live music in the town continues with The Locust Honey String Band performing this Sunday.
The Americana three-piece, who hail from Swannanoa, North Carolina, come to the town on the back of playing a number of gigs across the UK and Ireland.
Band member Chloe Edmonstone says she is looking forward to playing in Biggar after stablemates, The Hot Seats from Virginia, told her they had a great night at the Corn Exchange when they appeared there during their latest Scottish tour.
The Locust Honey String Band will perform at Biggar Corn Exchange on Sunday, November 3, at 7.30pm.
Tickets cost £10 and are available from Bryden’s Newsagents in the High Street or from the Corn Exchange website.
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