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Pop along to the MoFest pop up shop in town!

Claire Carle, Chris Simpson, Anne Jenkins, Ailsa Lopes and Robert Guthrie were busy selling programmes and merchandise in the Montrose Music Festival pop up shop on Saturday.  The shop at 67 Murray Street will be open again this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Claire Carle, Chris Simpson, Anne Jenkins, Ailsa Lopes and Robert Guthrie were busy selling programmes and merchandise in the Montrose Music Festival pop up shop on Saturday. The shop at 67 Murray Street will be open again this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

A Montrose Music Festival pop up shop opened this weekend in the town.

The MoFest team have taken over 67 Murray Street - the vacant shop next to the Montrose Review office - for two weekends to bring a pop up shop to the burgh.

The team will be selling official programmes, T-shirts and other festival merchandise at the outlet.

The committee said they had a “busy first day” at the shop when it opened on Saturday (May 10).

The pop up shop will be open again this Saturday (May 17) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

If you can’t get down to the shop this weekend, but still want to buy a programme, they are also be available from Henry Hogg Booksellers on the High Street.

Alternatively, they can be purchased from the MoFest website at www.montrosemusicfestival.co.uk in the online shop. They are priced at £3 plus post and package.

Lanyards for this year’s event won’t be available until the actual festival, which kicks off on Friday, May 23, as they won’t be printed until the day before.

Pictured at the opening of the MoFest pop up shop in Montrose are Claire Carle, Chris Simpson, Anne Jenkins, Ailsa Lopes and Robert Guthrie who were busy selling programmes and festival merchandise when it opened Saturday.

For more information visit www.facebook.com/MontroseMusicFestival.

 

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