Musician and filmmaker Adam Stafford, pictured right, is among the many acts heading ‘Doune the Rabbit Hole’ this weekend.
The small-scale, family-friendly music and arts festival, which is held on the the beautiful Cardross Estate, near Port of Menteith, returns for the fifth year.
With its idyllic location, chilled out vibe and carefully curated line-up, Doune the Rabbit Hole offers an array of high-quality artists from around the world.
Adam Stafford is among the artists who will be playing on the Sunday, when the headliners are Glasgow’s RM Hubbert and the Wave Pictures.
Also on the bill this year are Jeffrey Lewis, Josephine Foster, Peatbog Faeries, Bass Clef, Acid Mother’s Temple, Balkanarama and the elusive Secret Chiefs 3 (a project by former members of Faith No More and Mr Bungle), and many more.
As well as the music, free workshops and craft taster sessions will be taking place over the weekend with many of the performers sharing their musical skills with festivalgoers.
Tickets are still available for weekend camping or for each individual day.
Full weekend camping tickets are: Adults (over-17s) £82 in advance or £90 at the gate; Youngsters (13-16 inclusive) £35. Children (12 and under) free.
Visit dounetherabbithole.co.uk to find out more.