Headliners Admiral Fallow, Cate Le Bon, and Treacherous Orchestra top the line-up of acts announced for the 7th Doune The Rabbit held from Friday 19th until Sunday 21st August 2016, returning to Cardross Estate, Port of Menteith, Stirlingshire, in Scotland.
Also confirmed are Mungos Hi Fi with Solo Banton, Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts, C Duncan, Colonel Mustard and Dijon Five, Blanck Mass, Richard Dawson, Clap! Clap! , Awesome Tapes From Africa, Emma Pollock, Bombskare, The Destroyers, Sax Ruins, Mickey 9's, Shopping, Babe, De Rosa, Rozi Plain, Iona Fyfe Band, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Vasa, Sound of Yell, Woodenbox, Jo Mango, Bossy Love, Teen Canteen, The Crying Lion, Howie Reeve, Honey & the Herbs, Massicot, Urang Matang, The Creeping Ivies, Glad Community Choir sings Bowie, Cairo Liberation Front, Upjumped Brass Band, Samedia Shebeen, Hannah Lou Clark, Mogen, Alien Lullabies, and Raza.
With an event capacity of only 3000, Doune The Rabbit Hole organisers pride themselves on being one of the country’s smallest festivals, giving the event a uniquely intimate and friendly atmosphere. Families are warmly welcomed at the festival with tickets for children aged 12 and under available for free, so all ages can experience the range of activities over the course of the weekend.
Jamie Murray, Director of Doune The Rabbit Hole Community Interest Group, said, "There is a real sense of community-spirit at Doune the Rabbit Hole and I guarantee you make friends for life. It is pretty rare to find an event that embraces a family-friendly culture whilst celebrating some amazing music from all genres. Where else would you see everyone, from toddlers to pensioners soaking up a festival atmosphere?else would you see everyone, from toddlers to pensioners soaking up a festival atmosphere?"
The early bird offer has ended. Weekend tickets are priced at £88, a child (aged 13-15 years) ticket is priced at £58, and children aged 12 years and under are free.
More acts are still to be announced.
The Spoken Word tent will host poetry, stand-up and storytelling and the Cinema which will show a range of films from family friendly flicks through to life-changing documentaries and even a late-night horror session.
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