Gathering Guests – Wilbur Milton

We are pleased to announce that local North Wales band Wilbur Milton will be performing at The Gathering aftershow party on Saturday night after the main Alarm set. Wilbur Milton will be bringing there own brand of Rocktastic Pop and Poptastic Rock to the Aftershow. Wilbur Milton Website


Gathering Special Guests

We are pleased to announce that James Stevenson, Smiley and Craig Adams will be performing selections from their solo albums on the Saturday evening of The Gathering. They will be joined by Alarm keyboard player Mark Taylor and other special guests. JAMES STEVENSON – EVERYTHING’S GETTING CLOSER TO BEING OVER All I ever wanted to be was a sideman. My heroes were sidemen, not frontmen. I wanted to support the [read more]


The Deportees to appear at The Gathering

Since their début album ‘Lost’ was released in 1995, The Deportees have spent the last twenty years playing live across the UK and beyond.  As well as establishing themselves as a festival favourite, they have also shared stages with the likes of Squeeze, The Proclaimers, Jah Wobble, Prince Buster, The Men They Couldn’t Hang and The Waterboys to name a few. Gritty songwriting is the foundation upon which The Deportees [read more]

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Gathering – Simon Fowler appearing

Simon Fowler from Ocean Colour Scene announced as Special Guest at The Gathering!!! MPO is proud to announce that Simon Fowler from Ocean Colour Scene will be Special Guest at The Gathering Weekend! Simon is the voice of such British classics as The Day We Caught the Train, The Riverboat Song, The Circle and we look forward to welcoming him to The Gathering!! Simon Fowler appeared at Rhuddlan Castle Rocks and [read more]

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Special Guests

The Gathering Special Guests

Ian McNabb Ian McNabb of both solo and Icicle Works fame will be appearing as special guest at this year’s Gathering 25th Anniversary. “I am very excited and proud to tell you I will be performing at Mike Peters’ and the Alarm’s Gathering celebration next year”, said Ian McNabb on his website. “Thank you so much to Mike and Jules for giving me this opportunity to play in front of Mike’s loyal [read more]