The Mòd was a roaring success on its return

Sian perform on stage at the Mòd Grand Finale, featuring Gaelic all-female vocal group Sian and five-piece country band New Tradition, made for a very special night. The Royal National Mòd 2021 closed in style today as the sounds of singing from choirs the length and breadth of Scotland rang out across Inverness, celebrating the nine-day festival’s triumphant return. The 129-year-old event celebrating Gaelic language and culture was held at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness from the 8th to 16th October and closed with a Massed Choirs Event at The Northern Meeting Park, where the Mòd flag was handed over to the city of Perth, hosts of the Mòd 2022. Further information can be found in the press release below, with versions in English and Gaelic attached. Media Release For immediate release, Saturday 16th October The Royal National Mòd’s return in Inverness hailed huge success as flag handed over to Perth for 2022 The prestigious eight-day event came to a close with choirs from across the country joining together in song at Inverness’ Northern Meeting Park Press images will be available here shortly The Royal National Mòd 2021 closed in style today as the sounds of singing from choirs the length and breadth of Scotland rang out across Inverness, celebrating the nine-day festival’s triumphant return. The 129 year-old event celebrating Gaelic language and culture was held at Eden Court Theatre in Inverness from the 8th to 16th October and closed with a Massed Choirs Event at The Northern Meeting Park, where the Mòd flag was handed over to the city of Perth, hosts of the Mòd 2022. After last year’s event was unable to go ahead in person, the national festival organised by An Comunn Gàidhealach took a hybrid approach this year, with performances, competitions and cultural activities in-person and online. There were 70 competitors in the live children and adult singing competitions, including the Silver Pendant, An Common Gàidhealach Gold M