Kilsyth-based Scottish summer music festival has announced that King Creosote and Hidden Orchestra will headline this August’s festival, with Kid Canaveral, Lewis & The Junkyard, Pram and Josie Long amongst others also confirmed.
King Creosote will headline the main stage of the two-day festival on Saturday August 25, while Fence Records cohorts Kid Canaveral will be one of those topping the bill on Sunday 26, with Hidden Orchestra headlining that day.
This year the festival is moving to a new home at Duncarron Fort. Situated in woods in the Carron Valley, near Kilsyth, the site is a recreation of an early medieval motte and bailey fort, a clan chief’s residence built as a living history attraction by the Clanranald Trust.
Other acts joining the bill include Lynchian indie experimentalists Pram, anti-folk hero Jeffrey Lewis &The Junkyard and indie-loving stand up comic Josie Long, who will perform on the spoken word stage.
Sunday takes in Edinburgh’s marvellous Hidden Orchestra, who blend jazz, hip-hop and classical styles, the out-there stylings of Orchestra of Spheres, and the first performance of a new collaborative music project called The Brotherhood of The Blue Ship.
These come in addition to acts already announced including The Phantom Band, Aidan Moffat & Bill Wells, Sparrow & The Workshop, Three Blind Wolves, Withered Hand and JD Twitch (Optimo).
For the full line up visit the festival website dounetherabbithole.co.uk. Weekend camping tickets are available now priced £78 and accompanied under 12s go free, while day tickets are also on sale, with tickets available at brownpapertickets.com.