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Electric Fields returns for their sixth year on the new dates of 4 – 6 July.
Important News: Electric Fields is moving site for 2019
Due to the rising costs of producing outdoor camping festivals and ongoing logistical & transport challenges we have made the difficult decision to move site to an inner city location in Glasgow.
Electric Fields Festival 2019 will relocate to SWG3 with the event going ahead with the same full lineup (plus a few new additions), on the same dates, with all the usual EF stages (outdoors and indoors), Our Kids Electric, plus quality street food & drink.
SWG3 is located in the popular Finnieston area, with excellent transport links from around Glasgow and further afield. The venue capacity is also slightly larger than we normally have so we’ll be able to welcome some more of you to join us.
We have had 5 amazing years producing the festival there and thank everyone at the castle for their immense support, as well as everyone involved in making those lasting memories in the fields.
We’ve contacted all ticket holders so please check your inbox for more information, for any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to you joining us on the next chapter for Electric Fields as we move to the urban jungle.
2019 Lineup announced so far...
Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls
Fat White Family
Kero Kero Bonito
The Spook School
The Van T's
The Mind Sweepers
Plus many more!
Sneaky Pete's Presents
Athens of the North
Lala B2B Liam Doc
Ida's Acid Flash
Headset's Gay Garage
Belly Laughs from
Over the years Electric Fields has played host to some huge artists, as well as showcasing some of the most exciting up and coming and critically acclaimed acts around, with the likes of Noel Gallagher, Frightened Rabbit, Primal Scream, Dizzee Rascal, The Charlatans, Leftfield, Arab Strap, James, Young Fathers, Teenage Fanclub, Band of Horses, Public Service Broadcasting, Idlewild, Kate Tempest, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Steve Mason, The Twilight Sad, Ezra Furman, Idles, King Creosote, Ghostpoet, The Coral, Honeyblood, Songhoy Blues, Fatherson and hundreds more all performing for the EF faithful since 2014.
UK Festival Awards ‘Best Small Festival’ Finalist 2016 & 2017.
UK Festival Awards ‘Best Family Festival’ Finalist 2017.
★★★★ - The Skinny
'The year that the festival irrefutably staked its claim as one of the crowning glories of the UK festival industry.” Tenement TV
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