Doune The Rabbit Hole Announces First Acts for 2013!

DTRH LOGO PRESSDoune The Rabbit Hole, the small scale family-friendly music and arts festival today announced the first performers on the bill of their fourth annual event. The event which takes place in Central Scotland on the weekend of 22nd-25th August 2013 will take place at another still to be announced exciting new location.


“Among the bands joining us for Doune The Rabbit Hole’s Ubuntu Festival this year are: Scottish high energy folk trio The John Langan Band; Scottish ska juggernaut Bombskare, Edinburgh’s “epic lo-fi” ensemble Meursault and acclaimed folk singer-songwriter Rachel Sermanni.”


“We also welcome psychedelic blues outfit Haight Ashbury; Armellodie Records’ organ-led tricksters Galoshins; re-grouped post-punk trio The Monochrome Set; legendary Soft Boy and prolific solo songwriter Robyn Hitchcock; Fence Records’ DIY inclined Rozi Plain; transcendental techno from Mother Ganga; Edinburgh funk and covers super group Horndog Brass Band; acoustic singer-songwriter Jo Mango; folk-pop eight-piece Randolph’s Leap and barefoot London-based Japanese acid punk quartet Bo Ningen!”


Announcements about their headliners and the many other artists who are still to be announced will follow over the coming weeks, along with news of the exciting (as yet secret) new location.


Full adult weekend camping tickets are available now for £68, children 12-16 tickets £48, under 12s go free! They will be encouraging car share this year with parking prices reduced for full vehicles.



Line up so far, by day:

Friday August 23rd  – The John Langan Band, Haight Ashbury, Galoshins, Meursault

Saturday August 24th – Bombskare, The Monochrome Set, Robyn Hitchcock, Rozi Plain, Mother Ganga

Sunday August 25th – Horndog Brass Band, Jo Mango, Randolph’s Leap, Bo Ningen and Rachel Sermanni


Find the organisers Spotify playlist of the first wave of artists announced here






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