Electric Fields returns for their sixth year on the new dates of 4 – 6 July

by the partae
Electric Fields 2019
Dates: 4-6 July 2019 (New dates)
Drumlanrig Castle, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland
Tickets on sale Friday 30th November at midday
Electric Fields returns for their sixth year on the new dates of 4 – 6 July, at the gorgeous Drumlanrig Castle in Dumfries & Galloway.

Having celebrated their landmark fifth birthday in 2018 with a capacity crowd of 7000, the festival is returning to their regular capacity of 5000, so tickets will be in even higher demand.

Over the years Electric Fields has played host to some huge artists, as well as showcasing some of the most exciting up and coming and critically acclaimed acts around, with the likes of Noel Gallagher, Frightened Rabbit, Primal Scream, Dizzee Rascal, The Charlatans, Leftfield, Arab Strap, James, Young Fathers, Teenage Fanclub, Band of Horses, Public Service Broadcasting, Idlewild, Kate Tempest, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Steve Mason, The Twilight Sad, Ezra Furman, Idles, King Creosote, Ghostpoet, The Coral, Honeyblood, Songhoy Blues, Fatherson and hundreds more all performing for the EF faithful since 2014.

Adult Early Bird Tickets for the 2019 edition start at £110 for the whole 3 days, but they won’t be around for long!

Tickets will be available for purchase via the Electric Fields website.

Praise for Electric Fields…

UK Festival Awards “Best Small Festival” Finalist (Winner announced early December)

“Located in the impossibly scenic grounds of Drumlanrig Castle – a sprawling bit of history on the outskirts of Dumfries, Electric Fields festival is a small-but-perfectly-formed pocket of activity nestled among the rolling hills.” – DIY Magazine

“It’s combination of stunning surroundings and unbridled north-of-the-border passion make it an undoubted box-ticker of the UK’s fit-to-burst festival circuit. Recommended.” – Far Out Magazine

“It’s hard to complain about a festival that’s offering so many special, fresh talents.” – The Skinny

★★★★★ – Sunday Mail

★★★★★ – The Herald

★★★★ – The Scotsman

“One of the best festival experiences I’ve had” – Nomipalony

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