Initial Line-up announced for Dandelion Festival Inverness
After the success of Dandelion Festival Glasgow, when over 44,000 of you joined us at Kelvingrove Park, we’re thrilled to give you a first glimpse of the music line-up for our free Inverness Festival on 2-4 September!
Join us for live music from King Creosote, Tank and the Bangas, The Lost Words, Dallahan, Sona Jobarteh, Nati Dreddd, Dreamers’ Circus, Hannah Rarity, The Ross Ainslie & Ali Hutton Trio, Scott Matthews, Hamish Napier, The National Youth Pipe Band and Acibreira.
Live music will be preformed across two stages – including the iconic Pavilion of Perpetual Light, a spectacular 10-metre vertical farm and concert platform made from dozens of Cubes of Perpetual Light, and the intimate, in-the-round Orchard Stage
Plus talks by leading scientists, chefs, artists, activists and others on such urgent issues as sustainability, climate action and food poverty. Inspiring workshops, discussions and other hands-on activities hosted by charities, campaign groups and community organisations in our intimate Dandelion Potting Sheds. Interactive, inclusive and inspiring activities for children of all ages. We will also have food and drink, from locally sourced from ethical and sustainably minded producers and vendors.
Entry is completely free. No ticket required. Look out for our full programme announcement in August and in the meantime check out our Playlist