2nd Line-up Announcement
Doune the Rabbit Hole 2nd line-up announcement
We have revealed our complete, final line-up for 2016, taking place at the idyllic Cardross Estate from August 19th – 21st. Some of the acts joining headliners Admiral Fallow, Treacherous Orchestra and Cate Le Bon include Canadian rockers Suuns, Scottish songbird Kathryn Joseph and ambient artist Julianna Barwick.
As well as the eclectic mix of Scottish and International acts, we once again bring our ‘Mad Hatter’s Reggae and Tropical Tent’ to Cardross, with artists this year including Mungo’s Hifi, Resonators, Robin Cato (Reggae Heaven) and onlyjoe, all programmed by Glasgow’s Decades of Dub.
Admiral Fallow, Cate Le Bon, Treacherous Orchestra, Mungo’s HiFi w/ Solo Banton, Suuns, Jeffrey Lewis & Los Bolts, Kathryn Joseph, C Duncan, Resonators, Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5, Blanck Mass, Richard Dawson, Awesome Tapes From Africa, onlyjoe, Julianna Barwick, The Baghdaddies, Clap Clap, Sax Ruins, Emma Pollock, Bombskare, The Destroyers, Trembling Bells, A Sudden Burst of Colour, Gun Outfit, Egebamyasi, Mickey 9’s, Shopping, BABE, De Rosa, Robin Catto (Reggae Heaven), Falopé & The Tubes, Rozi Plain, Lego Sounds (Live), HQFU, Samson Sounds, Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs, Stalawa Sound, Sunshine Social, Iona Fyfe Band, Hannah Lou Clark, Møgen, Vasa, Sound of Yell, Cairo Liberation Front, Woodenbox, Jo Mango, Barberos, Skayaman, Polarnecks, Herschel 36, Samedia Shebeen DJs, Bossy Love, Teen Canteen, The Crying Lion, Crucial Roots Ft Tom Spirals, Stephanie Fraser and Mo Evans, E Karika Djal, Strawberry Jam, Howie Reeve, Honey & The Herbs, Massicot, Urang Matang, The Creeping Ivies, Glad Community Choir Sings Bowie, Mighty Oak, Doug MacGregor, Escape Roots Sound, Outblinker, Jemima Thewes, Old Bag, Umbongo Nambarrie, Norrie McCulloch, Steadfast Sylvatica, Decades of Dub , December ’91, Upjumped Brass Band, Alien Lullabies, Raza, Bass Warrior & Peter Brown, Heavy Duty Masterclocks, Tenement Sounds, B2kWhattSound & Green Ewan
Many of you, every year, tell us that DTRH is amazing because of the intimacy and the other festival lovers that are attending so don’t worry, we’ve got a little bit bigger but the capacity is only 3000. We pride ourselves on being one of the country’s smallest festivals, giving the event a uniquely intimate and friendly atmosphere. Families are warmly welcomed over the weekend with tickets for children aged 12 and under available for free, so all ages can experience the range of activities over the course of the weekend.
Jamie Murray, Director of the festival
Paul Bush OBE, VisitScotland’s Director of Events