Saturday 30th May

Watch some of Scotland’s most exciting artists straight from your home as they raise vital funds for music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins and Glasgow based PPE charity ViseUp. You’ll be able to view the stream here on the day of Stream4Scotland.

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Set Times

These times are for guidance only

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3:05pm - Kitti
3:10pm - The Roly mo
3:25pm - Neon Waltz
3:40pm - Cara Rose
3:45pm - Kitti + Cairn String Quartet
3:50pm - Spyres

4:05pm - Vanives
4:15pm - Be Charlotte
4:25pm - Baby Strange + Rascalton
4:40pm - The Van T's

5:00pm - Aaron Smith
5:20pm - Lucia
5:30pm - Honeyblood
5:40pm - Colonel Mustard
5:50pm - Declan Welsh
6:05pm - Club Sabbath DJ Set

Main Event presented by BOSE

6.20pm - Luna the Professor
6.28pm - Cameron Barnes
6.30pm - Single By Sunday
6.40pm - James Smith
6.45pm - Hipsway
6.50pm - Anchor Lane
6.55pm - Cold Years
7.00pm - Peat & Diesel

7.05pm - Luke La Volpe
7.15pm - Bow Anderson
7.20pm – Stephanie Cheape
7.25pm - GUN
7.30pm - Horse McDonald
7.40pm - HYYTS
7.45pm - The LaFontaines
7.55pm - The Bluebells

8.00pm - Clare Grogan
8.05pm - Dougie Maclean
8.20pm - The Fratellis
8.25pm - Kyle Falconer
8.45pm - The Snuts
8.50pm - Tide Lines
8.55pm - Wet Wet Wet
9.05pm - Amy MacDonald
9.10pm - Twin Atlantic

Night time takeover curated by the Sub Club hosted by SWG3

9.10pm - Graeme Park
10.10pm - Harri
11.10m - Stevie Cox
12.10pm - JG Wilkes

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Watch & Donate

Watch some of Scotland’s most exciting artists straight from your home as they raise vital funds for music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins and Glasgow based PPE charity ViseUp.

The ten-hour streaming show will include performances, Q&As and chats from over 40 Scottish musicians and DJs.

Donate Here


We are hugely grateful to our friends at Bose for helping make Stream4Scotland a reality. As part of this, Bose are donating three pairs of their Bose 700 noise cancelling headphones to be won as part of the Stream4Scotland competition.

To be in with a chance of winning an incredible set of Bose 700 headphones just go to the Nordoff Robbins site and opt in to hear from the charity. There’s three pairs of headphones up for grabs!

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About Nordoff Robbins

Nordoff Robbins is the largest independent music therapy charity in the UK, dedicated to enriching the lives of people affected by life limiting illness, isolation or disability. Its highly skilled music therapists work with children and adults across Glasgow, Edinburgh, Fife and Dundee.

The charity, who has benefitted from the longstanding support of the Scottish music industry through their annual Scottish Music Awards event, is determined to unite people through the power of music, as now more than ever people need to feel a sense of community and find a way to connect.

Chief executive Sandra Schembri said: “We know our music therapy is a vital lifeline to many of those we work with and their families, so we are determined to find ways to continue to provide support to those who need us most during this national lockdown and beyond. We’re doing all we can to meet the wider social needs that are being created by this pandemic, particularly to help people maintain their wellbeing during this time.

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About ViseUp

ViseUp was set up in March 2020 in response to the urgent demand for PPE from key workers at the frontline of the COVID emergency. Although protective equipment is starting to reach those at the epicentre of the crisis, there are still significant numbers of healthcare workers whose PPE needs are not yet being met. As long as the crisis lasts, ViseUp will continue its fundraising efforts, channelling all funds towards materials, production and distribution of visors for NHS and healthcare workers across the country. David Miller, Director of the Innovation School at Kelvinside who has spearheaded the ViseUp campaign, said: “Medical and care staff are heroes who still find themselves on the front-line of this crisis.

While requests come in from across every healthcare sector in Scotland, we will continue doing what we can to help in these unbelievably challenging times.” It costs £2 to make one visor and ViseUp makes and distributes over 20,000 visors per week. Deliveries are made the length and breadth of Scotland: from Glasgow Royal Infirmary to Ninewell’s Hospital in Dundee, from Bethesda Hospice in Stornoway to Paisley Royal Alexandra Hospital.

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Stream 4 Scotland

Scotland’s most exciting musical talent will join together on Saturday 30 May as they raise vital funds for music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins and Glasgow based PPE charity ViseUp by taking part in an epic ten-hour livestream show. ‘Stream4Scotland’ will take place from 3:00pm in the afternoon until 1:00am in the morning and will include performances, sets & chats from over 40 Scottish musicians and DJs, making it the perfect Saturday night entertainment during this difficult time.

The fundraising livestream event will feature the best breakthrough talent as well as some of Scotland’s biggest stars, all while raising vital funds for Nordoff Robbins and ViseUp.

Thank to all our musicians, DJs and partners
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Clydeside Initiative For Arts Limited

Registered Charity in Scotland No. SC037703
Swg3 100 Eastvale Pl, Stobcross Rd, Glasgow G3 8QG

Nordoff Robbins

Registered Charity in Scotland No. SC048817.
2 Lissenden Gardens, London NW5 1PQ