Return of Doonhame music festival to Dumfries

With 4 stages of music, a food village, licensed bar, and camping options, organisers say the Doonhame Festival is the perfect way to enjoy a safe, music-filled weekend this summer. Credit: Doonhame Festival

The popular Doonhame Festival is to return after receiveing the long-awaited news from the First Minister’s announcement, confirming no change to their capacity and meeting government requirements.

The boutique festival, featuring headliners including Kaiser Chiefs, The Feeling, Bad Manners and Skerryvore will return on the 30th of July for two days.

Held within the charming church grounds of The Crichton in Dumfries and Galloway, the festival is supported by local authorities and EventScotland, which is part of VisitScotland.

With 4 stages of music, a food village, licensed bar, and camping options, organisers say the Doonhame Festival is the perfect way to enjoy a safe, music-filled weekend this summer.

The festival offers on-site camping, which is limited to allow for sufficient space between pitches, adhering to the COVID-19 Policy.

The capacity of the festival has been reduced to ensure there is ample space to keep a safe distance from others. Credit: Doonhame festival

The festival will take place in a spacious, open-air environment and there will be sanitising stations and crowd management measures in place. The capacity of the festival has been reduced to ensure there is ample space to keep a safe distance from others, but without compromising on the overall festival experience.