Doune The Rabbit Hole 2020 – 1st Acts Announced

Doune The Rabbit Hole 2020 – 1st Acts Announced

We’ve news of the first wave of acts confirmed for Doune the Rabbit Hole festival 2020 near Port of Menteith, Scotland.  2020’s festival will take place from 17th till 19th July.
So far, the lineup features Scottish indie pop royalty (Kings? Or are they still the Queens?) Belle & Sebastian headlining (with further headliners to be announced), Martha Reeves and the Vandellas and Pussy Riot with “a host of the hottest international and UK based acts joining them”. Their words but  the 2019 instalment was (to our minds) their best yet and definitely one of the highlights of the summer.
We can’t wait.
Further announcement to follow in January.

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