Wednesday, 7 August 2013

PREVIEW: Doune the Rabbit Hole nears

The festival is well and truly underway, and August is a highlight for small Scottish festivals as Belladrum just celebrated its 10th year. On a smaller scale but with an equally brilliant lineup, Doune the Rabbit Hole will take to Cardross Estate in Stirlingshire on the 22-25th of the month.

Doune is Scotlandʼs independent and entirely volunteer-run festival in its four year history. The event will showcase more than 200 acts over the weekend with lots of homegrown Scottish talent on a show.

Doune The Rabbit Hole aims to create a friendly atmosphere and the eventʼs small scale means that by the end of the weekend everyone will have made new friends, found a new favourite band and created some unforgettable memories to take home. Festival favourites like Bombskare, The Horndog Brass Band and The John Langan Band are programmed alongside more experimental acts like Zs, Clinic and Venetian Snares, opening up the opportunity for the audience to discover new musical experiences.

Some highlights from across the weekend include:

Tickets are a great value £88 for the whole weekend including camping and access to seven stages of live music, DJs, comedy and spoken word, plus workshops, a cinema, and a kids area.

Tickets are available from the festival website, or in person at Monorail Records (Glasgow), Avalanche Records (Edinburgh), Europa Music (Stirling) and Tickets Scotland.

Follow @dounetherabbit on Twitter or like the festival Facebook page.

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