Hampden Stadium was rocking this weekend to the sound of Tartanium, Scotland’s up and coming bag-rock band. Performing at Scotland’s National Stadium, Tartanium played for 15 minutes of traditional Scottish music in a modern rock style. The band was followed by The Scraggly Cats performing both ceilidh music and modern covers for the international delegates at the conference.
Alongside Tartanium there were two pipers and three traditional highland dancers to complete the stadium performance taking place as part of the Scottish Power Renewables Conference. Delegates were entertained by the bag-rock show which helped create a lively atmosphere by providing a driving drum-beat and modern pop tunes as well as the sounds of Scotland. After this exciting performance The Scraggly Cats entertained the audience playing pop and classic rock tunes.
Playing at the heart of Scottish football in our nation’s stadium Tartanium and the Scraggly Cats felt proud to be displaying the best of Scottish culture at this conference.
Reel-Time would like to say thank you to the delegates as well as the staff at Hampden Stadium for their enthusiasm, great hospitality and support helping us provide great entertainment for this large-scale conference.