The goNorth schedule has been released for this years showcase, offering a great opportunity to sample a range of up and coming acts. For a preview of some of the talent on show please have a listen to Netsounds Unsigned latest podcast (here).

Thursday June 9 2011

Madhatters
7.45-8.15pm Homework
8.45-9.15pm Trapped In Kansas
9.45-10.15pm Kobi Onyame
10.45-11.15pm Bwani Junction

The Room
8.15-8.45pm Cities And Skylines
9.15-9.45pm St Leonards
10.15-10.45pm Be Like Pablo
11.15-11.45pm Vukovi

Hush
8-8.30pm Finding Albert
9-9.30pm The LED
10-10.30pm David Turpin
11-11.30pm The Scottish Enlightenment

Hootananny
8.15-8.45pm The Imagineers
9.15-9.45pm SX
10.15-10.45pm All Mankind
11.15-11.45pm Capitals

Flames
7.45-8.15pm Indian Red Lopez
8.45-9.15pm LightGuides
9.45-10.15pm PAWS
10.45-11.15pm Kid Canaveral

Ceol-Mor
8-8.30pm Pareto
9-9.30pm Toecutter
10-10.30pm Stonestreet
11-11.30pm The River 68?s

The Encore Hotel
8.15-8.45pm Townhouse
9-9.30pm Panda Su
9.45-10.15pm I Build Collapsible Mountains
10.30-11pm Conor Mason
11.15-11.45pm Moddi

Market Bar
8.45-9.15pm Crayons
9.45-10.15pm Maple Leaves
10.45-11.15pm Mitchell Museum

Ironworks
7.30-8pm Aerials Up
8.30-9pm French Wives
9.30-10pm The Boosts
10.30-11pm Tango In The Attic
122b Academy Street, Inverness, IV1 1LX

Aftershow at the Ironworks until 2am with The Boomshank Redemption, The Leonard Jones Potential and The Second Hand Marching Band.

Friday June 10 2011

Madhatters
9-9.30pm The Black Hand Gang
10-10.30pm Pete Roe
11-11.30pm Lucy Rose
12-12.30am The Whisky River Band

Hootannanys
9.15-9.45pm The Little Mill Of Happiness
10.15-10.45pm Parma Violets
11.15-11.45pm Charlie’s Ranch
12.15-12.45am Chasing Owls

Market Bar
9.30-10pm The Frues
10.30-11pm Always The Sixth
11.30-Midnight Sid Innes

Ironworks Traditional Showcase
9.45-10.15pm Hoodja
10.45-11.15 Joy Dunlop
11.45-12.15am Niteworks

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