Otherlands festival has announced its first set of acts for its debut this year.
The festival will be taking place over the weekend of August 19-21 at Scone Palace, Perth, Scotland.
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Located by a stunning historic building, this festival has promised revellers that they'd be able to experience music in the "heart of mother nature".
Spread over 6 stages, the festival said that it will combine "cutting edge music, forward thinking art, boutique glamping and bespoke talks from industry leaders" all in the idyllic countryside.
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Writing on Instagram the festival said: "We are proud to present the first round of all-star artists joining us in the Otherlands this summer. With 6 stages of music spanning across electronic and live, this is only a glimpse of the talent we have in store."
The festival will also be partnering with BBC Introducing who will be showcasing some of the best talent in Scotland for attendees to enjoy.
Tom Ketley, Founder of Otherlands Music & Arts Festival, said: “We’re delighted to bring such an array of amazing artists to Scotland in what’s shaping up to be an unforgettable debut festival.
"There are so many unmissable acts still to be announced including a whole host of home-grown talent. To be able to do this at such an unique venue where Scotland’s Kings were once crowned is a true honour and we look forward to welcoming fans from around the world.’’