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Stag and Dagger Festival Announces First Wave of Acts for 2023 in Edinburgh and Glasgow

Stag and Dagger has announced its first wave of acts for the two day event coming to Edinburgh Saturday 29th April and Glasgow Sunday 30th April. 

Highlights include Lloyd’s House, who were shortlisted for SNACK Single of The Year Award 2022. Plus the Atlanta garage rock band Black Lips who will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of their debut album. British-German post-punk duo Lebanon Hanover have top billing too, as well as Bristol’s techno-metal noise unit Scalping.

Also joining the bill at this stage of proceedings are indie gang Swim School along with Moonsoup. They are among the homegrown acts playing Stag & Dagger in what is set to be another great year for Scottish music.

There are still many more acts to be announced in the run up to the event, with over 30 touring and local acts performing in each city. 

The acts announced so far are:

Black Lips

Jeffery Lewis & the Voltage

Lebanon Hanover

Swim School


Antony Szmierek

Dutch Uncles

Dutch Criminal Record

Elephant in Red


Lloyd’s House

M. Field


Nieve Ella

The Notions

No Windows


Sad Boys Club


St Duke’s

Youth Sector

Early bird tickets are on sale now for £15 + booking fee. More and get your Stag & Dagger tickets here.

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