Former Runrig frontman Donnie Munro and Highland pop band Tide Lines have been announced as headliners for a brand-new festival beside Loch Lomond. ‘Loch Lomond Live’ will take place at Drymen Show Field on Saturday 22nd and 23r…
Former Runrig frontman Donnie Munro and Highland pop band Tide Lines have been announced as headliners for a brand-new festival beside Loch Lomond.
‘Loch Lomond Live’ will take place at Drymen Show Field on Saturday 22nd and 23rd September and promises to offer over 50 live acts from across the country, plus local food and drink, as well as a host of family fun.
As well as Tide Lines and Donnie Munro – who will perform a mixture of Runrig favourites plus his own material – the eclectic line-up also features Scottish Trad ‘Live Act of the Year 2016’ Trail West, popular bagpipe pop band Rollin’ Drones, tribal rockers Clann An Drumma and Scotland’s favourite Ed Sheeran Tribute – De Sheeran.
But it doesn’t just stop at the music; the festival has also confirmed there will be a range of stalls & attractions, plus water and land-based activities, street food (including local produce), licensed bars, and a dedicated ‘VIP Area’.
A festival spokesperson said, “We’ve been working on this for a while, and we’re delighted to finally announce all details – It’s fantastic to welcome big names such as Donnie Munro & Tide Lines to Loch Lomond, alongside some of the best upcoming bands from across the country”.
The festival has promised to engage with the local community, offering a platform for locally based acts to perform, including popular festival band Have Mercy Las Vegas, folk acts The O’Cajunals & Folky Macfolk Face, and upcoming indie rock acts The Foz, Super Pumas & Unstoppable Flying Raincoats.
Limited number of camping passes now available
Camping passes are valid for Saturday and Sunday night, accessible from 9am Saturday 22nd - 11am Monday 24th September.
Please note, camping passes do not provide access to the festival, festival entry tickets must be purchased separately.