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‘The Best Festival In Scotland' ***** THE SKINNY
‘A distinctly magical atmosphere’ **** THE SCOTSMAN
‘A jewel is Scotland's festival cown’ THE LIST
The Kelburn Garden Party is back for 2019. Return to the magical lands of Kelburn Castle on Scotland's West Coast for a festival like no other, an explosion of creative energy set in stunning natural surroundings comprising world class music, site-specific art, interactive experiences, theatre, cabaret and a healthy dose of pure party vibes.
It's a cultural safari for the mind, body soul and quite frankly unmissable for the serious festival-goer, young and old
The line-Up for 2019 includes:-
Leftfield (DJ Set) - Gentleman’s Dub Club - LTJ Bukem - Acid Arab - Shooglenifty - Chloé - Swindle - Bradley Zero (Radio 1) - JD Twitch presents Optimo Music 10
Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5 - Aba Shanti-I - Nitewave - Kobe Onyami - Shooglenifty - Bossy Love - Chaos In The CBD - Anu (NTS) - Tom McGuire & The Brassholes
Chopstick Dubplate & Natty Campbell - Callum Easter - Tantz - Athens Of The North
Unveiled last year the new dance music focused Landing Stage saw legendary performances from Goldie and A Guy Called Gerald. This year continues a ‘pioneers’ theme, presenting sets by bona-fide legends of UK dance culture Leftfield and a Scottish Festival Exclusive appearance from LTJ Bukem. A number of exciting partnerships are in store with takeovers including a 10 Years of Optimo Music programme curated by JD Twitch - a Kelburn exclusive! The Skinny return to mount a day of exciting new Scottish music on the Pyramid Stage, and the Sub Club’s new jazz promotion Era Suite take over the Viewpoint Stage on Saturday afternoon for a session curated by DJ Rebecca Vasmant. Scotland’s premier bass music promoters Electrikal present LTJ Bukem on the new Landing dance stage.
Full music programme info is here: www.kelburngardenparty.com/whats-on/music-programme.
Kelburn’s partnership with UZ Arts continues in the Neverending Glen to develop a unique multimedia trail in the historic Kelburn glen, featuring a mix of temporary and permanent contemporary art installations, performances and pop-up parties.
And finally the festival site itself remains a magnificent attrition in its own right, an ancient natural glen and surrounding formal gardens, containing some truly magical woodlands and ancient forestry, forming a backdrop that plays an equal part in the pleasures that all our visitors, from the youngest to the oldest, will enjoy.