The Kelburn Garden Party brings Numbers on board for 2017

The Kelburn Garden Party has been a main feature in Scotland’s musical calendar for a number of years now and as expected tickets are flying out for the 2017 edition with the first and second tier tickets sold out already only 10 days after the line up was announced.

Three Days & Nights of Music, Art & Adventure In A Fairytale Setting

The dreamy wooded glens that surround the Kelburn Castle will again play host to this years festival, spread across the 30th of June to the 3rd of July. Acts announced so far include Mr. Scruff (4 hr set), Mungo’s HIFI ft. Charlie P, Om Unit, The Hot 8 Brass Band, Flamingods, Addison Groove and a whole lot more.

Hosting the Saturday night from 10pm till 4am is none other than Glasgow record label  – Numbers. Spencer, who co-runs the label will play alongside Optimo (Espacio), Jayda G and another very special guest.

As we can see tickets are already moving fast and for a standard weekend ticket we’re on to tier 3 prices at £104 before they get to tier 4 at £114. The 5-12 year old’s tickets are considerably cheaper at £21/29 to ensure a fun-filled family weekend and an opportunity to start the kids’ music festival life at an early age.  The Kelburn Garden Party also kindly offer an instalment scheme on their tickets for those who definitely want to go but can’t afford it all it once. With a £49 deposit your ticket will be secured up until the 24th of June. Buy tickets here.

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Discover a Festival Like No Other…


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