Linkylea will descend on the capital for a weekend of music at Edinburgh’s Stramash.
The charity-driven music festival, which has been hidden away in the countryside in East Lothian for the past ten years, will make its Edinburgh debut from October 21st to October 22nd in the Cowgate.
Relocating to Edinburgh while on the hunt for a new field, the festival raises money for The Linkylea Trust which focuses on the care, education and mental and physical well-being of vulnerable children and young adults in Gwalior (India), working particularly with those with disabilities and learning difficulties.
This year’s festival will be split over three sessions with a Friday night, Saturday day and Saturday evening gig.
Take a look at the full festival listings below:
Friday 21st October – 7pm to 3am (Over 18s only)
The Bad Touch
The Honey Farm
Miracle Glass Company
Four by Four DJs
Animal Hospital DJs
Brad Charters (Kapital)
Saturday 22nd October – 12pm to 6pm (All ages)
Norman Lamont & Heaven Sent
Jemima Thewes & Tim Lane
Saturday 22nd October – 7pm to 3am (Over 18s only)
Fancy heading along?
Tickets for the night sessions cost £15 while Saturday’s day gig is priced at £10, with teen tickets (12-18 year olds) available for £5 and children go free.
If you want to make a weekend of it, you can buy an all-entry pass for £30.
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