Head down to
Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Park from Friday 17 to Sunday 19 June to experience the
Dandelion Festival - a three-day arts and music spectacular for all ages
featuring live music, performances, talks, workshops and food that’s open to
everyone and completely free to attend.
features live music, talks and discussions, participatory workshops,
interactive theatre and family activities, with performances from renowned
Scottish and International artists including Rura, Admiral Fallow, VanIves,
This Is the Kit, Niteworks, Rachel Sermanni, Newton Faulkner and many more
across three stages – including the ‘Pavilion of Perpetual Light’, a
spectacular 10-metre installation and concert platform made from dozens of
accelerated growing cubes housing thousands of plants, and the intimate,
in-the-round Orchard Stage.
music is a creative programme featuring talks by leading scientists, chefs,
artists, activists and others on such urgent issues as sustainability, future
food production and climate action; inspiring workshops, discussions and other
hands-on activities hosted by charities, campaign groups and community
organisations; interactive, inclusive and inspiring activities for children of
all ages; seed and plant giveaways; and food and drink, locally sourced from
sustainably minded producers and vendors.
information and event timings, please visit www.dandelion.scot