Idlewild head home for Brew at the Bog

Scottish indie stars will headline the main stage at Highlands festival

Jamie Bowman

Date published: 1st Apr 2016

Scottish indie rockers Idlewild will headline the main stage at this year's Brew at the Bog festival. 

Set within the stunning backdrop of the Scottish Highlands, the event showcases the very best in Scottish music, comedy, art and beer from Friday 3rd June to Saturday 4th June. 

Formed in Edinburgh in 1995 and fronted by Roddy Woomble,the band hit the UK top ten back in 2002 with The Remote Part and have continued to receive rave reviews for their REM-influenced brand of post-Britpop alt rock. Watch 'You Held The World In Your Arms' below. 

Other acts confirmed for the bill include Mercury-nominated C Duncan, The LaFontaines and White

 Held on Bogbain Farm for the fourth year running, Brew at the Bog 2016 features exciting additions to its stellar musical line-up including the Bob's Blunda Comedy Bus, multiple art installations from some of Scotland's leading contemporary artists and a 24ft outdoor cinema screen.

Located close to the centre of Inverness, the event is one of the UK's most northerly festival with intrepid punters able to look forward to two stages of music, four bars, and 24 hours of live music.

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