goNORTH @ Wickerman

Following the success of their opening date at Summer In The City 2011,the goNORTH Festival Tour comes to The Wickerman Festival this weekend. Organisers have programmed a diverse range of acts from their submission pool featuring some of the most exciting emerging artists in Scotland, the rest of the UK and a selection of fine international contenders.

 

‘We are thrilled to announce the line up for our Wickerman date‘, said goNORTH Director Shaun Arnold. ‘To be associated with a festival that has demonstrated such a sustained commitment to showcasing the very best emerging talent is fantastic, and we are sure this year’s event will provide an excellent platform for our artists to reach a wide and varied audience.’

Capitals

‘We are really excited about the addition of the goNORTH Festival Tour Stage to our wider programme’, added Wickerman Festival Coordinator Helen Chalmers. ‘The live showcases at goNORTH this year were fantastic, and we are delighted that such a broad cross-reach of emerging artists will be performing at The Wickerman Festival this year.’

goNORTH Festival Tour Stage At The Wickerman Festival 2011

Friday July 22

Bwani Junction

The LED

Homework

French Wives

The Side

Stonestreet

Indian Red Lopez

The Imagineers

Chasing Owls

I Build Collapsible Mountains

Kobi Onyame

Saturday July 23

Kobi Onyame

Capitals

The River 68′s

PAWS

The Frues

Black Box Red

The Scottish Enlightenment

St Leonards

The Black Hand Gang

Maple Leaves

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