Kilmarnock's Dirty Weekender Festival, more acts added

Dirty Weekender Festival - more acts added

The Coral

Scotland's leading alternative music festival takes over various Ayrshire venues this Nov

The Dirty Weekender Festival has announced a new wave of acts that will join its extensive lineup. The festival, which takes place at multiple venues around Aryshire, will see over 100 artists take to the stage across four days. This year's event runs from Thu 22–Sun 25 Nov 2018 and tickets are on sale now.

The Dirty Weekender Festival 2018 lineup is bursting with alternative artists from around the UK and further afield. The latest acts added to the bill will join headliners Liverpudlian rock band The Coral and Brit and Mercury Award nominated singer-songwriter, Jake Bugg. The volume of artists announced for this year's event is double of previous years making it the biggest and most unmissable Dirty Weekender yet.

The Dirty Weekender 2018 lineup:
Jake Bugg, The Coral, Twisted Wheel, Henge, Foxtrap, Lucia, Chris Helme (The Seahorses), Nigel Clarke (Dodgy), Brownbear, Beta Waves, 100 Fables, Losing Ground, The Ramoaners, Billy Mitchell, Halo Tora, Megalomatic, The Van T's, Twin Heart, Lost in Stereo, Apache Darling, Run Into The Night, Flew The Arrow, Jamie Coleman, Luke La Volpe, Rat Patrol, Semtex, John Rush and The Winachi Tribe.

The Dirty Weekender Festival 2018 runs from Thu 22–Sun 25 Nov across Kilmarnock. Venues include the Grand Hall, Bakers, The Bellfield Tavern, Tartan Suite and Fanny By Gaslight. Tickets for the festival are on sale now.

Kilmarnock's Dirty Weekender

Ayrshire's favourite multi venue festival returns this November. With over 100 acts performing over four days.