The Hot 100 2019: Festivals we love
- David Pollock
- 1 November 2019
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With Scotland’s festival landscape having changed beyond recognition in the last half-decade, we take a look at some must-attend music and multi-arts gatherings from 2019
Located midway between Stirling and Loch Lomond, Doune the Rabbit Hole bore an outstanding and varied line-up this year, courtesy of Glasgow pr波克捕鱼现金红包omoters 432 Presents, while Kelburn Garden Party continues to offer a bohemian party in a great location amid a forested hillside valley filled with art. With an extra night to accommodate a guest appearance by The Waterboys, Portree’s Skye Live also provided an unlikely but workable blend of club beats and contemporary folk in a location which has to be visited.
The urban club festival has now become the destination of choice for large numbers of young festivalgoers, with Glasgow’s Riverside Festival having expanded this year to offer a line-up on the banks of the Clyde that’s worthy of the Slam Tent (RIP). Yet for all that Glasgow’s club scene is thriving, Edinburgh leads the way with such shows. FLY Open Air’s spring event at Hopetoun House and autumn party in Princes Street Gardens are big draws, as is the ever-expanding Terminal V at Ingliston.