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Dear Green Music Scene Festival set to delight 

The ARC, WestFest and Glasgow Science Festival have teamed up for an afternoon of green-powered music at St Mungo Square.

Taking place on the 15th of June, Dear Green Music Scene Festival describes itself as ‘a green energy powered celebration of human creativity and connection through music.’

Green it surely is! The main stage is entirely powered by a mobile hydrogen generator, meaning audiences can delight not only at musical performances, but also the absence of greenhouse emissions.

Headlining the show at the aptly named Hydro-gen stage is The Burning Hell

The genre-shifting musical project is a collaboration between songwriter Mathias Kom and multi-instrumentalists Ariel Sharratt and Jake Nicoll. Despite a fixation on the apocalypse, the group have exuberant, participatory songs that have taken them all over the world.

The Burning Hell are supported by special guests Carla J. Easton —  award nominated singer-songwriter and member of Hen Hoose —  and swamp rocker LT. leif.

Performers from the University of Glasgow will also be taking to the stage.

From Basque artist/performer Nerea Bello Sagarzazu, to the otherworldly music of Dora Lachaise (Maaike Siegerist) and the acoustic work of Defne Dogru, viewers are sure to be wowed.

The Festival will take place on the 15th of June in St Mungo Square, Glasgow.

Tickets are available on Eventbrite.

Featured Photo Credit: Dear Green Music Scene Festival

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