The Voice winner Craig Eddie joins Vibration Festival as full line-up unveiled

The Voice winner Craig Eddie will take to the stage at this year’s eagerly awaited Vibration Festival in Falkirk.

Friday, 23rd April 2021, 10:00 am
Updated Friday, 23rd April 2021, 12:13 pm

The New Carron star joins Scottish indie-rock giants The Fratellis at the top end of the bill for the two-day event in Callendar Park, alongside Cast, The Pigeon Detectives and Reef.

Vibration Festival organisers have released details of the full line-up, which also includes Man of Moon and Black Cat Bone, on their website.

Former St Mungo’s High School pupil Craig, 23, shot into the top ten of The Official Big Top 40 just a week after winning the ITV show with his self-written track, Come Waste My Time.

The Voice winner Craig Eddie will perform in front of a home crowd at this year's Vibration Festival in Falkirk. Picture: Michael Gillen.

With three stages and a DJ area entertaining the crowds, a raft of talent will support Vibration Festival’s headline acts on Friday, September 3 and Saturday, September 4.

Read More

Read More
The Voice: Mum of winner Craig Eddie 'on cloud nine' and full of praise for Scot...

Polmont brothers David and Andy Ure, who run the event, have been patiently waiting for the chance to follow on from the great success of 2019 and hope fans will lap up the chance to once again enjoy live music post-coronavirus lockdowns.

As well as the main entertainment, gig-goers can expect support acts on breakthrough and acoustic stages, plus street performers.

David, 41, said: “Lockdown hasn’t been easy for anyone and we feel that giving people an opportunity to get back out later in the summer to let their hair down and party might just be what everyone needs.

“We have a huge space outdoors in Callendar Park where we will be working with our team to deliver a fun and safe environment where people can spread out, let loose and enjoy themselves.

“We hope the huge support we have received to date will continue through 2021 and thank everyone in helping us get to this point. This festival started as a one-day event and after missing 2020 we decided to stick our plan and grow the event to two days.

“After a torrid 16 months of lockdown, restrictions, cancellations and closures, the festival will not only be a standout in a summer calendar, but should hopefully grow to be a centre piece in the larger Scottish festival schedule – something that we and everyone who continues to support the journey will be hugely proud of.”

Visit for tickets and more information.

Thank you for reading this article on our free-to-read website. We're more reliant on your support than ever as the shift in consumer habits brought about by coronavirus impacts our advertisers.

Please consider purchasing a subscription to our print newspaper to help fund our trusted, fact-checked journalism.