MULTI award-winning band Mànran is due to play Victoria Hall on February 13, bringing its lively, infectious sets to audiences in Settle.

2020 will mark 10 years at the heart of the Scottish traditional music scene for the folk supergroup. Having been in high demand as a live act across the world with shows in more than 30 countries, Mànran is looking forward to playing in Craven.

Mànran is celebrating its anniversary year with the unveiling of two new band members, Gaelic songstress Kim Carnie and guitar-maestro Aidan Moodie.

As they look forward to a packed year with the launch of a celebratory festival Mànran: 10 by the Ben in April 2020 in Fort William in the Highlands of Scotland, as well as the release of their fourth studio album, Mànran are gearing up for some fantastic live show dates in England before embarking on what looks set to be their busiest year yet.

Accordion player and founding member Gary Innes, who also presents BBC Radio Scotland’s longest-running radio show ‘Take The Floor’, said: “We’re really looking forward to playing Settle and to see fans old and new join us for a night of live music and good fun.” Tickets at:, or at