Galloway's celtic/roots/world music festival returns to the hills of Scotland's Southern Uplands. The festival held at Knockengorroch Farm, Carsphairn, Kirkcudbrightshire, in Scotland will feature musicians from around the world heading for the far flung location.
Acts include Afro Celt Sound System, Shooglenifty, Mungo's Hi Fi, Plump DJs, Cut Capers, The Poozies, Kel Assouf, DopeSickFly, Callum Easter, The Poozies, Tinderbox Orchestra, and more with more to be announced.
For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Expect a silent disco; a Celtic fire show spectacular, cabaret, comedy, cocktails, real ale, global food, stalls, camping, dance, heritage and arts workshops, a healing area, session villages, open fires, star gazing, showers, and more. There is family and disabled camping also available. For children, the Kids' Marquee runs creative activities, culminating in a childrens' procession.
The main stage, the Bo Airigh, is named after the sacred cattle that were once worshipped in the valley, the Shieling dance tent is another reference to the land's prior use and the Celtic longhouse, once a common site in the hills, is revived again with rousing fiddles, sitar and kora.
Tickets are priced as follows:-
4 day tickets:
Youths (11-15) £45
3 day tickets:
Car park: £30
Campervans: from £35
Camping and further ticket info
Camping is included in the ticket price but there is an extra charge for vehicles that varies depending on the size of vehicle. The site is beside a river with stunning views of the Scottish landscape.
Concessions are available for students, the unemployed and over 60s although evidence will be requested on the gate and you will be charged the difference if you don't have it with you.
There will be more information here once it is available.
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