RECOVERING with rock is the best medicine as a full day of live music arrives at the Glen Pavilion in Dunfermline.

The landmark venue will play host to a plethora of bands and acts for Rockovery, a charity event that will bring music, performers and crowds back together.

The idea was born out of a conversation between Kim Seymour, of local band the Bel Airs, and a pal, as Kim explained to the Press: "We were having a glass of wine and we were talking about how depressing it was not being able to play music to a crowd and for the crowds to be there to listen.

"The idea really came from there and we now have bands both young and old to drag people out of their houses and along to the Glen Pavilion for some live music again."

The line-up includes: Stevie Agnew, Aye Hobos, Bel Airs, Cognac Twins, Too Late To Atone, DOVV, Magic Village, Velour Amour, and Julia; as well as performances from Conall Adam, Jimmy Clouston, Eve Davidson, David Hershaw and Accoustrio.

The sets will be performed across two stages – the Glen Suite and the main stage – on Saturday, November 6, with the music starting from 3pm and concluding for 1am, with last entry at 11.30pm.

Tickets are just £12 (plus £1.45 booking fee) via Skiddle, and the money raised will be going to Nordoff Robbins, the UK's largest independent music therapy charity.

"Everyone involved is looking forward to it and the tickets are doing well," Kim said.

"It's music all day and all night with brilliant bands.

"It's all about getting people back together again and recovering from this coronavirus pandemic and what better way is there to do that than with live music?"

Anyone looking to sponsor the event in some capacity is encouraged to contact the Rockovery Facebook page.

To buy tickets for the event, visit