DOUNE THE RABBIT HOLE has confirmed its 2021 festival line-up with all new headliners.

Dizzee Rascal and Sleaford Mods have been announced alongside Camera Obscura, Teenage Fanclub 10cc, Earth, Wind & Fire experience ft Al McKay and Charlotte Church's Late Night Pop Dungeon.

The festival, which takes place at the Cardross Estate in Stirlingshire, has also been rescheduled slightly later in the summer with new dates on Thursday-Sunday, August 12-15.

Also on the bill is 85-year-old American folk legend Peggy Seeger, Eddi Reader, Sacred Paws, MC Nadia Rose, Goat Girl, the Rezillos and The Pastels.

Other acts include Tide Lines, Honeyblood, Scarlett Randle, Cara Rose, Quiche, The Vegan Leather, Pretty Preachers Club, Fauves, Mickey 9s, Stanley Odd, Feet of Clay, The Lutras, Rachel Sermanni, John Rush and Flew the Arrow.

Festival director Jamie Murray said: "Audiences will note changes to this year's lineup. We have worked incredibly hard to secure some truly fantastic new acts and headliners.

"Some previously booked acts could not make the new dates, including, to our great sadness, our 2020 headliners Belle & Sebastian and John Cale though both acts have confirmed that they will be performing with us in 2022.

"We believe we've curated an epic lineup for 2021 in their absence, but if you wish you can still roll your ticket over to 2022, just as you will be able to if you aren't able to make the new August dates. We are sorry to those who were desperate to see the acts that were set to perform, but we hope you agree we've more than made up for this with this new line up.

"Unfortunately, the UK government has yet to back an insurance scheme for events and has not published any official guidelines for how live events will be required to operate in the wake of Covid-19, but these are expected to be provided by mid June following their test events.

"Our change in date from July to August is to allow time for an insurance scheme to be drawn up and for the guidelines to be published so we have time to incorporate them into our festival planning, something we are able to do at shorter notice than other much larger festivals.

"The safety of our audience, staff, artists, and contributors is our number one priority and we are fully aware that the festival may still yet need to be postponed until 2022. However, it's important we continue to prepare should we be given the go ahead to head safely back into the beautiful fields of Cardross Estate again in 2021."

In the event that the festival has to postpone to 2022, audiences will be given the option to rollover tickets to July or August 2022, whichever is confirmed.

More information will follow shortly on the activities programme (including yoga), glamping, children's fun and food suppliers. Anyone with further questions on how the pandemic is impacting the festival, can consult see the Covid-19 FAQ section of the Doune the Rabbit Hole website.

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