Liverpool legends The Farm joins top crop of talent at ska icons Madness show at the Northern Meeting Park, Inverness as part of LCC's Live in the City gig series – also featuring Kaiser Chiefs, Proclaimers and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
NINETIES chart-toppers The Farm have joined the bill for ska icons Madness's huge headliner at the city's Northern Meeting Park.
The Liverpudlian group's first album, Spartacus, was produced by legendary Madness frontman Suggs and reached number one in the UK album charts in 1991.
Gig-goers can expect to enjoy their hits Groovy Train and All Together Now when they hit the stage ahead of Madness in the Highland capital on Friday, August 23.
Also performing in support of the headliners will be Manchester band Jeremiah Ferrari, fusing styles of reggae, rock, ska and pop.
Peter Hooton, lead singer of The Farm, said: “We love performing outdoors at festival type events, and promise a powerful live show in Inverness featuring all our hits. Come and join us!”
The show is being organised by concert promoter LCC Live as part of its Live in the City series of concerts in Inverness.
Tickets are still available for the gig from Ticketline at www.ticketline.co.uk or by calling 0844 888 9991.