Public Service Broadcasting have been a regular highlight of many festivals over the summer months including the Electric Fields event which took place in Scotland over the August bank holiday weekend. It was an absolute privilege for AMBY to sit down with J. Willgoose, Esq. to discuss the pleasures of
RockNess prided itself on the majestic mountain scenery during its eight-year tenure on the shores of the famous Scottish Loch, whilst T in the Park has consistently attracted some of the best international acts in the world during it's two decades on the festival scene, but we have a new
Electric Fields is back for a third year and this time it's bigger than ever before! Set within the idyllic grounds of stately Drumlanrig Castle in Scotland, the festival has expanded in to a two-day event for the first time and takes place on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th August.
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