Wednesday, May 28, 2014
Southern Fried goes outdoors
The seventh annual festival of American Roots music takes place in Perth Concert Hall and other city centre venues over the weekend of 25 to 27 July with headliners including Buffy Sainte-Marie, Steve Earle and Rosanne Cash plus a host of support acts, guest artists, late night gigs, free shows and workshops.
The addition of the Southern Fried Outdoor Stage which will run from 1pm to 5.45pm on the Saturday and Sunday of the festival gives organisers Horsecross Arts the opportunity to shine a light on Scotland’s own outstanding crop of artists who are influenced by all things Americana.
Saturday afternoon’s session includes Perthshire’s own Red Pine Timber Company and Glasgow’s multi award-winning country duo Raintown.
Edinburgh's Wynntown Marshalls appear on the Sunday.
For tickets and info contact Horsecross Arts Box Office on 01738 621031, visit www.southernfriedfestival.co.uk and make sure you are a Southern Fried Facebook and Twitter buddy for all the back stage chat.
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