Latest acts announced for Wickerman Festival

The latest acts for the 2013 Wickerman Festival have been released.

Wickerman will be the 'ultimate summer party'

"Wickerman prides itself on offering festival goers a truly diverse line-up, so it is fantastic to announce acts that cross so many different genres of music.

"With Amy Macdonald, The Enemy and KT Tunstall joining already announced Primal Scream, we are confident that this year's festival will be the ultimate summer party and we are looking forward to announcing further exciting line-up additions over the coming months."

– Helen Chalmers, Wickerman Festival co-ordinator

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Wickerman Festival- latest line-up announced

The latest acts for the 2013 Wickerman Festival have been released.

The event, now in its 12th year will take place on Friday 26th & Saturday 27th July at Dundrennan, near Kirkcudbirght in Dumfries and Galloway.

The star line-up so far includes:

Primal Scream- Scottish rock legends famous for songs like 'Get your rocks off' and 'Country girl'.

Primal Scream Credit: PA

Amy Macdonald- Scottish singing sensation who has won numerous awards for songs like 'Mr Rock and Roll' and 'This is the Life'.

Amy Macdonald Credit: PA

KT Tunstall- Multi platinum selling singer songwriter famous for 'Suddenly I see' and 'Other side of the World'.

KT Tunstall Credit: PA

The Enemy- An English indie rock band who shot to fame with singles like 'You're not Alone' and 'Away from Here'.

The Enemy Credit: PA

Other confirmed acts include Dexys (formerly Dexys Midnight Runners), Bellowhead, King Charles, Public Service Broadcasting, Roddy Hart, Holy Esque and North Tyneside Steelband.

Amy Macdonald says she can't wait to play at Wickerman Festival

Amy Macdonald Credit: PA

She may have won awards all over the World and played in front of huge crowds, but Scottish singer Amy Macdonald says she can't wait to headline at one of Scotland's biggest music events.

The singer-songwriter will play on the Saturday night stage during the Wickerman festival.

She says she loves any excuse to perform in Scotland.