Dizzee Rascal to Headline Electric Fields 2017

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Electric Fields, Scotland’s best small festival, are excited to announce Mercury Prize winner and platinum selling artist Dizzee Rascal as the second headliner for 2017.

...with Band of Horses, Glass Animals, Peter Hook & The Light, Kate Tempest, Car Seat Headrest, Real Estate, British Seapower, Anna Meredith, This Is The Kit, Aldous Harding, Marnie, Sacred Paws, Savage Mansion, Future Get Down, The Cut, The Vegan Leather, The Calm Fiasco, Nieves, 13 Crowes and Tiderays. We can also reveal our electronic line up led by Glasgow stalwart Jackmaster, known for his ability to traverse genres and moods in a few hours headlining the Sneaky Petes stage with Artwork, Denis Sulta, Lord of the Isles and Space Dimension Controller also announced.

 

They join the previously announced Frightened Rabbit (Friday night headline), The Jesus and Mary Chain, Arab Strap, Crash Club, And Yet It Moves, and Brat and the Bonemen.

 

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, EF offers festival goers a weekend of top class music, amazing food and great entertainment with an intimate, community atmosphere.

Published on 01 March 2017 by Ben Robinson

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