Electric Fields Announce the Next Wave of Artists for 2017

Electric Fields, Scotland’s best small festival, are delighted to announce that Foxygen, Fatherson, Temples, Nothing, Whyte Horses, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Pins, Wuh Oh, Skjor, Edwin Organ, Stillhound, Divine, Rogue Emperor, Declan Welsh &The Decadent West, Shogun, Rascalton, The Medicine  Men, Dave Wakeling’s The Beat and Modern Studies will be joining them at this year’s festival.

 

Joining the electronic line-up on the Sneaky Pete’s stage is Athens of the North,

Lee Clark, Melting Pot, Soul Jam, Teesh and Wasabi Disco.

 

As well as an amazing musical line-up, Electric Fields have invited Scotland’s finest

wordsmiths Neu! Reekie! to curate a fantastic line-up of spoken word, comedy & animation.

 

Joining their stage are some of the best from across the UK: Jackie Kay, Liz Lochhead, Hollie McNish, Jenni Fagan, Billy Letford, Alan Bissett, Louie & The Lochbacks, Janette Ayachi, Lelya Josephine, Jim Monaghan, Iona Lee, Michael Pedersen, Kevin Williamson, Will Anderson & Ainslie Henderson (Animation Showcase), Carla J Easton (Teen Canteen) and a very special performance by Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison.


New for this year EF also has stages put together by two of Scotland’s foremost authorities on new and exciting music, with the Tenement TV Discover Stage, and a new stage curated by BBC Radio Scotland’s Vic Galloway, both championing passionate and exciting music from around the UK and further afield.

 

Returning to the stunning grounds of the 17th Century Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfries

& Galloway for its fourth outing, Electric Fields offers its most diverse musical

line-up to date. Always striving to showcase the most exciting music around at the

moment, Electric Fields offers festival goers a weekend of top class music, amazing

food and great entertainment with an intimate, community atmosphere.

 

As well as an amazing musical lineup, Electric Fields will this year be expanding its

food and drink area with Edinburgh’s The Pitt creating a new bespoke Food Village,

and we’ll be hosting our very own Ale and Craft Beer Festival. For the young one’s

the “Our Kids Electric” area returns with a whole host of entertainment and workshops

and of course, the legendary adventure playground is a hop skip and a jump

away!

 

Nick Roberts, Festival Co-Founder, said: “Going into our fourth year we’re absolutely

thrilled to be putting on a lineup crammed full of some of the best music from

Scotland and around the world. I’m truly excited for the festival and in all honesty

hope the months fly by until we can all be standing on our beautiful site watching

these incredible artists together. It’s going to be a hell of a weekend!”

This year’s festival is supported by EventScotland, part of VisitScotland’s Events Directorate.

 

Stuart Turner, Head of EventScotland, said: “Scotland is the perfect stage for music

events and Electric Fields is one of the country’s most exciting festivals. We are

delighted to be supporting the festival again this year, providing visitors the chance

to see world-class acts alongside local talent, all within the stunning grounds of

Drumlanrig Castle.”

 

Release 1 and Tier 2 tickets have sold out months ahead of last year’s sales. Remaining

Tier 3 are on sale now from £95 via www.electricfieldsfestival.com

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