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- Telephone: 01337 858838
- Website: www.bigtentfestival.co.uk
Three-day event mixing entertainment with environmentally-minded education. With creative workshops, puppet shows and storytelling for children, exhibitions, displays and debates for adults, and a festive ambience provided by world music artists, the festival will provide serious fun for all ages. This year's line-up includes Karine Polwart, Salsa Celtica, The Treacherous Orchestra, Breabach, The Proclaimers, Alex Reid & Rob van Sante, The Horndog Brass Band and many more.
Set on the beautiful landscape of Falkland Estate in the Kingdom of Fife in Scotland, Big Tent is a fantastic weekend of music, arts and family activities mixed with stimulating debates on social and green issues. Wash this all down with incredible food and drink in our One Planet Food Village which celebrates the best in organic food and drink and you have a very special weekend.
There are fantastic events and exhibitions happening all over the country during the Year of Creative Scotland. Look out for exciting new initiatives to complement a fantastic and enhanced, year-round cultural programme that shows off our creativity at its best – contemporary, international and reflecting the joy that a vibrant cultural life brings to our communities.
Find out all that this special year has to offer at Year of Creative Scotland
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