Electric Fields Announces 2017 Return

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Electric Fields, Scotland’s acclaimed boutique, independent and home-grown music festival, will return to Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfries & Galloway on Friday 1st and Saturday 2nd September 2017.

This summer Electric Fields emphatically lived up to the promise of its new two-day format and cemented its place in the UK festival calendar, with a world-class line-up of 91 local, national and international artists playing across four stages, topped by career-spanning headline performances from The Charlatans and Primal Scream.

The successful Friday and Saturday format will return in 2017, with the capacity remaining at an intimate 5000 people.

Electric Fields is just a 75 minute drive from Glasgow, 90 minutes from Edinburgh and within easy reach of the north of England. As well as all the great music, attractions such as Boutique and Family Camping, The Real Ale Festival, high quality world cuisine and the Our Kids Electric childrens’ area make Electric Fields a truly special, all-round festival experience for music lovers of all ages.

 

Electric Fields co-founder Nick Roberts said:

“This year’s Electric Fields was everything we hoped it would be when we decided to expand to two days, and in truth it surpassed our expectations. It was quite honestly the best atmosphere I’ve ever experienced at a festival. We can’t wait to reveal our 2017 line-up and welcome everyone to our beautiful home at Drumlanrig Castle once again.”

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For first access on Thursday 6th October at 9am

Published on 05 October 2016 by Ben Robinson

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