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GOGOL BORDELLO / ALABAMA 3 / ALICE RUSSELL / DUB PHIZIX & STRATEGY / MALA
HORSEMEAT DISCO / BORN ON ROAD (Ft Benny Page, Kelvin 373, Aries

Scotlands second largest festival will be returning to the Raehill Meadows of Dumfries Scotland on June 8th -11th, hosting twelve different stages, including a drive in cinema, kids arena, comedy, circus kills, and  cabaret, as well as a feast of performers, artworks, workshops, horticulture, games and much, much more.

Gogol Bordello is an American Gypsy punk band from the Lower East Side of Manhattan, inspired by Gypsy music mixed with punk and dub and known for spectacular theatrical stage shows.

The legendary Alabama 3 will be bringing their blues sound and experimenting with acid house and techno. Alice Russell is a music force to be reckoned with providing plenty of soul, with the late night party being supplied by Dub Phizix & Strategy known for their monstrous bass, this is a great way to start your festival season.

Co-Director Adam Curtis said: “We are really excited to be releasing this years extra large line up in three separate releases, every consecutive Wednesday over 2 weeks (1st, 8th and 15th Feb). The buzz around this years line up is electric and we hope not to disappoint with our biggest line up to date!”

Co- Director Meredith Langley Vine “This years line up is our strongest line up yet and we are very excited to be bringing such a legendary array of both current and classic acts to the festival. We have some very interesting and quite surprising acts to follow – we think you’re going to like it!”

Eden Festival’s playlist includes; hip hop, dance, RnB, acoustic, soul, funk, dubstep, disco, dancehall, electronica, ska, pop, African dance, jungle, balkan beat,  drum & bass and Celtic music, playing together side by side. More acts will be announced shortly!

 

Published on 02 February 2017 by Ben Robinson

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