Scottish palace festival Otherlands adds DJ Stingray 313, VTSS, more to 2022 line-up
A host of talent from Scotland's ever-strong dance scene are among those confirmed
Otherlands Music & Arts Festival, a boutique event set in the grounds of Scotland's spectacular Scone Palace in Perthshire, has announced a slew of additions to its inaugural edition's lineup, which runs 19th to 21st August, alongside the first names hosting workshops over the weekend.
Techno fans can expect sets from VTSS, DJ Stingray 313, and Glaswegian stalwart Gary Beck. Homegrown house head Dixon Avenue Basement Jams has also been added, as has Peach party resident K4CIE,
Further Scottish DJ highlights include Edinburgh's all-female collective Miss World, the crew behind Edinburgh party Club Sylkie, Wheelman, and Aberdeen-based R&B artist AiiTee. Meanwhile, live performances from Dundee's pop sensation Be Charlotte and synth four-piece Redolent are also now on the bill.
Elsewhere, Selextorhood, a collective that aims to safely increase representation across music industries and scenes, will deliver DJ workshops, and Yoga & Breathwork will be offering wellness activities delivered by Emma McCready and JJ Rob. Otherlands also has a comedy stage, with the musically-talented Amy Webber confirmed and the promise of a host of names from Edinburgh's world-famous Fringe Festival set to be announced in the near future.
This is in addition to the acts already confirmed in previous announcements, with Tier 3 tickets set to go on sale tomorrow, Friday 27th May.