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Wide Days 2024 announces its full live line up

Wide Days has announced its full live line up for 2024. It features three nights of emerging Scottish talent as well as a selection of acts programmed by guest festivals M For Montreal and FOCUS Wales.

Taking place in Edinburgh from 1st-3rd May, this year marks the 15th edition of the award-winning international music convention. The event will feature a mix of conference sessions, unique range of networking activities and a multi-genre showcase designed to spotlight a diverse range of emerging artists from across Scotland.

The opening night is presented in partnership with Music Venue Trust and showcases Grayling, Kohla, Leif Coffield and The Joshua Hotel, who were selected from 140 acts by 30 international and domestic industry professionals to take part in a 12 month mentoring programme supported by PRS Foundation. A limited number of free tickets are available for members of the public.

On Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd May, 13 Scottish acts will showcase across three city-centre venues under the New From Scotland banner, presented in partnership with Ticketmaster New Music. Ranging from alternative rock, indie and singer-songwriter to spiritual jazz, hip-hop and r&b, they include: Edy Forey, Eyve, Indoor Foxes, Kai Reesu, Kryptik, Lloyd’s House, Martha May and the Mondays, Neev, Pearling, Samuel Nicholson, Slix, Supermann on da Beat, and Zoe Graham.

This will be augmented by a showcase of four Quebec-based acts, ALIAS, DVTR, Emilie Kahn and Soran presented by Canadian festival M For Montreal on Thursday evening. On Friday, international showcase festival FOCUS Wales will present sets form Adjua, and CHROMA.

Full lineup details can be found at: widedays.com/artists

Talent Development Showcase



Leif Coffield

The Joshua Hotel

New From Scotland Showcases

Edy Forey


Indoor Foxes

Kai Reesu


Lloyd’s House

Mama Terra

Martha May and the Mondays



Samuel Nicholson


Supermann on da Beat

Zoe Graham

FOCUS Wales Showcase



M For Montreal Showcase



Emilie Kahn



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