With 3000 miles of coastline, Argyll and Bute is home to a community of musicians who turn their faces to the world, many from homes or studios looking outwards across lochs or seascape, which is as formative to their work as it is strengthening. The current pandemic has impacted on the ability to share music and this loss has resulted in our aim to bring musicians from Argyll and it's islands to you, direct to your own homes. With the Live Argyll, Dunoon Burgh Hall and CHArts project partnership team we aim to help create a festival of music to swell tides of this time for sharing and acknowledge the loss over recent months and inspire us onwards. With fantastic submissions from the Cowal peninsula across many genres it was really tough to select the performers for the stages at Dunoon Burgh Halls, with our very tight shooting schedule and strict social distancing measures in place,we are very lucky to have these artists working with us on the first ever Tides Digital Festival. Join us on March 27th for the very first Tides festival, a digital music festival for Argyll.