Fat White Family, Field Music, Honeyblood, and Eliza and The Bear will join the two day bill at the 3rd annual Electric Fields, which will take place over two days this year on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th August 2016, in Scotland.
The Charlatans, and Primal Scream are headlining. Also unveiled are Wild Beasts, Steve Mason, The Sugarhill Gang, C Duncan, Sundara Karma, Admiral Fallow, Neon Waltz, Colonel Mustard and Dijon Five, Sean Vs The Robots, The Van T's, Songhoy Blues, The Go! Team, DJ Yoda, Don Letts, Bill Ryder Jones, and many more.
For the line-up details and stage splits as available see the Electric Fields line-up page.
Electric Fields have also announced that the second stage will be renamed The Stewart Cruikshank Stage in association with Tenement TV. Stewart, who passed away late last year, was a champion of new music throughout his long career as a radio producer at the BBC and beyond.
Electric Fields co-founder Nick Roberts said, "Stewart Cruikshank was a true Scottish music hero. He was part of the fabric of music radio in Scotland and the UK for 35 years, giving a much-needed platform to new bands from Scotland and bringing us the best new music from wherever he could find it. With the blessing of his wife Lorraine, we’re proud to acknowledge his exceptional contribution to our musical heritage by naming our second stage in his honour."
The site is approximately 90 minutes drive south of Glasgow / Edinburgh and 90 minutes north of Carlisle.
Tickets are priced at £85 for the weekend. A concession (aged 13-17 tears) weekend ticket is priced at £55, a child (aged 6-17 years) weekend ticket is priced at £20, a campervan pass is £65, and children aged under 5 year can attend free, but need a ticket.
With the expansion to two days, Electric Fields has added Boutique Camping and a dedicated Family Camping area to the weekend’s options. The Real Ale tent, world cuisine, lots of activities and games for kids and a few surprises.
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