Revellers go down a storm in Denmark

The Revellers took to the stage for their first ever international gig – playing to to a near capacity crowd at Skagen’s Havnescenen – with  the huge marquee holding 1000 music lovers.
The band played all their own material in a blistering 75 minute set with old favourites from their first album and some brilliant tracks from their follow-up album due to be launched in September this year.
All the band members were delighted with the reception from the crowd.
Lewie and Erik Peterson dig into a tune with Daniel Gear on fiddle. Photo: Dale Smith.
Lewie and Erik Peterson dig into a tune with Daniel Gear on fiddle. Photo: Dale Smith.
Frontman Magnus Bradley, said:  “That went even better than I hoped for, bring on Friday night.”
The Revellers followed up the set with a headline slot at the Torvescenen las night, the other huge marquee erected for the festival.
In addition, they have been asked to do a slot at the prestigious Saturday Showcase which will round off a memorable Danish trip.
• Dale Smith
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