Glasgowbury is a long running music festival held outside Draperstown in the foothills of the Sperrin Mountains. The 2013 festival will link with Derry as the City of Culture in 2013 to include a County Derry showcase on Friday 19th July before staging the best of the rest on Saturday 20th July 2013.
More than 60 acts across five stages. The full line-up is The Answer, Japanese Popstars, And So I Watch You From Afar, Jetplane Landing, Little Bear, Axis Of, Ed Zealous, In Their Thousands, More Than Conquerors, Million Dollar Reload, Trucker Diablo, The Bonnevilles, Runaway GO, PigsAsPeople, Vanilla Gloom, The Wood Burning Savages, Pretty Child Backfire, Furlo, Robyn G Shiels, Rosie Carney, Ryan Vail, The Dead Presidents, Silhouette, Our Krypton Son, The Wonder Villains, VerseChorusVerse, The Clameens, Susie Blue, Those Ghosts, LaFaro, Pocket Billiards, Rams' Pocket Radio, The Hot Sprockets, The Greased Palm, Paddy Nash & The Happy Enchiladas, Orchid Collective, Children Of The Sun, Emerald Armada, Alana Henderson, Aces Wild, Hurdles, Wyldling , Rob Murphy, Windings, Don’t Fear The Natives, The Mighty Stef, Paul Casey, Last Generation , Katherine Philippa , Rural Key Participants, Childrens' Music Promise Participants, Deep Fried Funk, Radio DJs/Club DJs and Comedians Mickey Bartlett, Paul Currie, Paddy McDonnell, Digger Browne, Marcus Olaoire, Sean Hegarty, Terry Keyes, Terry McHugh, and Phil McEwan.
Early bird tickets are priced at £45 and include two days of entertainment while a festival only ticket at £35 permits entry to the event on Saturday as normal. To buy tickets, click here.
The final ever Glasgowbury
This year's festival will be the last as Glasgowbury announce a new direction for the organisation.
No glass bottles / no camp fires / no barbecue stoves are allowed in the camping area.
Camper vans will be allowed to park at the An Rath Dubh Centre, approximately one mile from the site, and are charged around £5, and places are limited.
There are lots of activities and workshops, parades, reflexology and indian head massage therapies, plenty of traders and stalls, a full selection of food stalls will feature at the festival including chip vans, crepe making stalls, a Thai noodle bar, Indian cuisine plus tea, coffee and snacks etc. Alcohol is allowed in the camp site but not in the festival site, where bars provide alcohol and soft drinks.
Want to play?
Glasgowbury were accepting submissions from acts interested in playing. To express interest send an email to email@example.com using 'Glasgowbury 2013' as the subject title. Provide a link to your most recent recorded music, and include at least one main contact number for the act (two if possible). Submissions were open until the end of January 2013.
Glasgowbury is a not-for-profit, charitable organisation responsible for a year round programme of music and arts activities including music tuition and workshops, Boogie Buddies dance classes, G Session showcase gigs and a host of creative mentoring support initiatives ÂÂÂ alongside the annual Glasgowbury Music Festival.
More information will be here when available.
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