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HADDOWFEST : Edinburgh 11th and 12th October 2013

Edinburgh’s biggest multi-venue festival will return next weekend for its fourth outing. Friday 11th and Saturday 12th of October will see the festival switch from its traditional Sunday slot to a new two-day format.

Haddowfest 2013 will see The Rifles and The Holy Ghosts as the main acts on Friday night with Dry the River and We Were Promised Jetpacks as headline acts for an extended Saturday all dayer.

Friday 11 October (Picture House, Maggie’s Chamber, Sneaky Pete’s, Cabaret Voltaire, Whistlebinkies)

The Rifles, The Holy Ghosts, The Nature Boys, Hagana, Death Ape Disco, The Rahs, Penny Black, Six Stories High, The Emerald Armada, Jessica McAllister, Ciaran Lavery, UNIT 7

Starts 6:30 pm (curfew 11pm) – £17. Age restriction : 14+

Saturday 12 October (Picture House, Liquid Room, Maggie’s Chamber, Sneaky Pete’s, Cabaret Voltaire, Whistlebinkies)

We Were Promised Jetpacks, Dry the River, Catfish And The Bottlemen, Anderson, McGinty, Webster, Ward, Fisher, Hector Bizerk, Brown Bear & The Bandits, Miniature Dinosaurs, OK Social Club, Arches, The Birthday Suit, The Merrylees, The10:04’s, Jon-Paul Palombo, The Litigators, Blindfolds, The Phantoms, Darc, Steve Heron, Casual Sex, Echo Arcadia, The Last Battle, Misty Miller, Donnie Willow , Sunset Abbey, Steve Heron, Ded Rabbit, Death Ape Disco, Quiet As A Mouse, The Dirty Wurks, Suzerain, Wozniak, The Last Battle, Have Mercy Las Vegas, Green Man Running, Caravan Club, Lester Clayton, Universal Thee, Sea Of Crowns

Starts 1pm – £17. Age restriction : 14+.

For full details see www.haddowfest.co.uk


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