SO.CO Team

6 months ago

Festival Preview: Lindisfarne Festival 2023

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Lindisfarne Festival returns next weekend (August 31 - September 3rd) with what is sure to be another superb festival. This year's lineup features iconic headliners, household names, and a diverse array of up and coming artists to keep the pesky east-Northumerland wind at bay.

Primal Scream at TRNSMT Festival. Photo: Calum Buchan.

Primal Scream at TRNSMT Festival. Photo: Calum Buchan.

Headlining the festival on Friday night, the legendary Primal Scream promise an electrifying performance that spans their decades-long career. With a litany of hits a mile long, we fully expect this to be one of the highlights of the festival season.

Pendulum at Leeds Festival. Photo: Callum Robinson.

Pendulum at Leeds Festival. Photo: Callum Robinson.

Saturday sees Australian crossover sensations Pendulum taking over the Shorefields stage, and taking festival-goers on a journey through their signature blend of drum and bass, dubstep, and electronic rock. With mind-bending visuals and heart-pounding beats, Pendulum's performance might just go down in Lindisfarne folklore.

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs at The Junction, Cambridge. Photo: Aaron Foster

Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs at The Junction, Cambridge. Photo: Aaron Foster

Beyond the headliners, Lindisfarne Festival 2023 offers an incredible lineup of emerging and established artists across multiple stages, covering a wide range of genres to cater to every musical taste. Highlights include the phenomenal Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs (bring earplugs!), Gentleman's Dub Club, and the wonderful folk stylings of Kathryn Tickell & The Darkening. 

 

With a stunning coastal backdrop, friendly vibes, and a true celebration of music and art, Lindisfarne Festival is the ultimate way to let loose at the end of the festival season.

 

Final tickets available here.

Words: Thomas Jackson

Header Image: Pendulum by  Callum Robinson