15.01.2013

Brew at the Bog 2013

Brew at the Bog 2013

For many a Scottish music lover, festival season is dominated by the ominous big red T and the same recycled nostalgia acts on repeat.

Last year we decided to hell with that! Much like our philosophy when it comes to making awesome beer, we set up a music festival of our own featuring only the kinds of bands we want to listen to. Partnering up with the lads from Bogbain farm, which was voted as the Best Unusual Venue at the 2012 Scottish Event Awards, Brew at the Bog 2012 was born.
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Described as having “one of the best homegrown lineups in living memory,” this year Brew at the Bog is returning with a follow up like no other.

Tickets for this are £30 (camping) or £20 (non-camping). Grab them right here: 

 http://www.brewdog.com/product/brew-at-the-bog-2013

Line-up includes
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Fatherson

Randolph’s Leap

Homework

FOUND

Fake Major

United Fruit

Cherri Fosphate

Olympic Swimmers

This Silent Forest

Adam Holmes & The Embers

Trapped in Kansas

The Stagger Rats

James MacKenzie

The Winter Tradition

Michael Cassidy

Donald MacDonald & The Islands

Sienna

Poor Things

Captains

HelloVideo

Bronagh & The Boys

JP Jones

Sion Russell Jones

Tomos Lewis

Jonathan Powell

Shambles Miller

Seven Summits

Verse Metrics

 

Tickets available via the BrewDog and Brew at the Bog website and will soon be available in the bars and in other online outlets.

www.brewatthebog.com
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Brew at the Bog is a collaboration between BrewDog and Northern Roots Events

 

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Comments

  • Was at last years festival!
    Can't wait to see Fatherson again and taste some fantastic beer!
    Hope it doesn't snow this year;-)
    Grantstrain19.01.2013
  • great to see someone supporting home grown artists, great work guys.
    Gary16.01.2013
  • I was at the 2012 festival and it was wicked! I've already bought camping tickets for this year and can't wait, the bog is such a brilliant venue!
    jennyp16.01.2013

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