Busy Cliff Top Concerts

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Despite what was a questionable weather forecast leading up to the event, the railway’s annual Cliff Top Concerts were a resounding success for 2018.AC LOGOHundreds of guests travelled on the railway to the Sea Lion Rocks station to enjoy a day packed full of wonderful live music from a talented group of Manx performers and bands.

The performances began at 11am with local singer/songwriter Jeff Jepson performing inside the tearooms, followed by Matt Creer at midday. At 1pm performances went outside with the Birds and the Beards taking to the stage for an hour. They were followed at 2pm by the group who describe our concerts as their favourite gig of the year; Truman Falls and then the event was rounded off in rousing style (as has become tradition) by the Shenannigans Banned.

The railway wishes to thank all the performers for going to the extra lengths to take part in such a remote location, to all the audiences who attended throughout the day as we hope you had a wonderful visit and a grateful thanks to the Isle of Man Arts Council for once again supporting the event.