Kaleidoscope, is a new addition to the festival calendar, taking place at Kinkell Farm, St. Andrews, Fife, in Scotland, from Friday 30th September until Sunday 2nd October 2011. An eco-friendly event that celebrates the arts and its community.
Line-upFriday: Fink, Tayo, Hidden Orchestra, Slamboree, Bunty, Freemore, Room Full Of Owls, Miyagi, Captain Slackships, Karmic Kanic, Andy Hickie, Comfy & The Hobo, The Deadly Winters, Sons Of Fionn, Niteworks, Neil Fraser, Townhouse, Planet Monkey, Jack Swift & Peter Annand, Daz Scally, Ginny Kappenhol, Josh Parkinson, Chilly.
Saturday: Peatbog Faeries, Sicknote, Dr Meaker, Hope & Social, Found, Stanley Odd, John Langan, Donna Maciocia, Niteworks, Conscious Route, Flooting grooves & DJ Set, Freear, DJ Astroboy, Hillbilly Beats, Dacordianna, Heal The Last stand, Dull Fudds, Voltergeist, Modifier, Gibbonda, Knocking Theatre, Sea Bass Kid, Dale Radley, Hidden Tapestry, Agabanga, Spartan Tartan, Alan Frew, The Dark Jokes, Mark Divine.
Sunday: Blakanarama, Black Cat, Kid Canaveral, Horndog Brass Band,, Bouska, In Fear Of Olive, Foe, DJ Nem, Hillbilly Beats, X and the Apes, Martin Hibbardson, Jack Bee, Richard Parkinson, Anonymi, Little Buddha, Jam Factory, DJ Nikki flame, Voltergeist, glandale Family, Homework, Gary Stewart, Adam Brown, B Roo'd, The Forgotten works, Sarah Banjo, Dave Boyter & Roland, The Dirty Beggars.
TicketsThe early bird offer has ended. A weekend ticket is priced at £59, kids under 12 go free. Day tripper tickets are priced at £40 for Friday or Saturday and £30 for Sunday. Camping is available for an extra £10. To buy tickets, click here.
More infoIn addition to the music there are fire performances, trapeze, aerial, circus, cabaret, burlesque, trash fashion parade, a people powered cinema, live graffiti and street art, dress ups, stilt walkers, light/art installations and more, all wholly supported by sustainable and eco-friendly practices.
The indoor main stage and arts arena is something a little different, in the form of a vast renovated old stone byre. In addition there is a Dance Arena, Folk Tent, Healing Garden, Craft Yurts, Market Stalls, Solar Powered Cocktail and Cabaret Bar....(all powered by the wind and sun of course.)
There will be talks and workshops across various subjects including raw food, holistic medicine, yoga, permaculture, circus skills and creative recycling amongst others.
Market stalls will offer a diverse range of organic, fairtrade, ethical treats, eats and sparkly things. Plus organic, fairtrade beers, ciders and wines aplenty.
There will be more information here as and when it becomes available.
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last updated: Mon 19th Sep 2011