Kelburn Garden Party, takes place at Kelburn Castle and park, near Largs on Scotland's West coast from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd July 2016.
The Kelburn Garden Party is an intimate affair set in a magical environment the site of the Graffiti Project. The main stage is set on a natural lawn surrounded by ancient trees, and under the gaze of the surreally painted Kelburn Castle.
Hiatus Kaiyote, James Lavelle presents UNKLESOUNDS, The Correspondents, Admiral Fallow, The SoulJazz Orchestra, Stanley Odd, Colonel Mustard and Dijon Five, The Tinderbox Orchestra, Cera Impala & The New Prohibition, Fat Suit, Kirsten Adamson, James Brown Is Annie, King Eider, The Strange Blue Dreams, Macmaster / Hay, Samba Ya Bamba, Harry Bird & the Rubber Wellies, Green Diesel, Nipples Of Venus, Heid Ceilidh Band, A Skillz, Rocketnumbernine, Denis Sulta, Reggae Roast ft. Brother Culture, Harleighblu, Cosmo Sheldrake, Sorceress, J-Star & McHoney Brown, Big Swing Soundsystem, Extra Love, Sea Bass Kid, Mango Rescue Team, New Urban Frontier, The Blueswater, The Micro Band, DarkSoul, Soundbone Plays Led Zepellin, Spliff Richards & The Snapping Turtles, IFRO, GK Machine, DJ Astrojazz, Sacred Paws, Happy Meals, Shield Patterns, Have Mercy La Vegas, Bella and the Bear, Be Charlotte, Tongues, Cowtown, Game_Program, Apostille, Brataku,Chapel Perilous Dex'n'Drums'n'FX ft. Conscious Route, Kelvin 373 & Gardna, Dave Shades, Battle Of The Zoo, Escape Roots & Tom Spirals, Lionoil Industries Takeover, Sketch The Rhyme, and Callum Easter, Balkanarama ft The Turbans, John Langan, Electric Jalaba, Cocos Lovers, Samedia DJs, Electrikal Sound System Block Party, Kelburn Funk Club ft. Krash Slaughta, WeeG, Johnny Cashback & Andy Taylor, Rebecca Vasmant, and Intergalactic Funk Smugglers.
Tier 3 tickets are priced at £104, tickets for 5-12 year olds are priced at £25, with those aged 0-5 years still able to attend for free. Prices do not include booking fees.
The Garden Party is taking place in the grounds of the Kelburn Castle near Largs (40mins from Glasgow, 90mins from Edinburgh), known around the world as the site of the Graffiti Project. Quality food, bars, chill-out areas, stalls, cinema, BBQ, woodland walks all within the site.
The campsite is open from Friday midday. The festival starts on Friday afternoon and runs through until 3am on the Monday morning. Music runs until 2am on Friday night, and 4am on Saturday night. There is space for campervans and caravans. Camping is free – the campsite is situated only a few minutes walk from the festival, and command spectacular views to the Firth of Clyde and beyond. Camping at Kelburn Garden Party is inclusive, although we levy an “environmental deposit”, which is returned on departure providing campsite users remove their tent and fill a sack of refuse from their pitch. There is a dedicated family campsite, campervan pitches for both families and late night revellers and hot showers!
The festival site is very easy to reach. Trains go to Largs from Glasgow on a regular basis, and from Largs it is a very short and cheap taxi ride. For those coming from further afield cheap flights to Glasgow Prestwick are available at Ryanair. You can get to Largs by train or bus from the airport (around 1 hour journey). Cheap advance train tickets are available now for travel to Glasgow from around the UK.
To encourage car-sharing and public transport there will be a charge for vehicles and an Environmental Deposit system in operation.
More information will be here when available.
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