FyneFest is a three-day party, bringing together 3,000 enthusiastic people to celebrate the best food and drink from Scotland and beyond in the stunning surroundings of Glen Fyne – and what would a party be without amazing music?
The festival’s live music line-up provides the perfect playlist for your three days in Glen Fyne, offering a diverse mix of musical styles and genres to match the vibe of the spaces, places and times of the three-day festival – from easy-going tunes for chilled-out, afternoon moods to floor-filling main stage acts that get the party started and keep it going late into the night.
Each year, the Fyne Ales team brings together a wide variety of acts across three stages to provide the soundtrack to the weekend, with particular emphasis on showcasing Scottish talent you maybe haven’t heard before you arrive, but will certainly remember long after you leave Glen Fyne.
So join the FyneFest party, discover some awesome new music, sing your heart out and cut some shapes on the dancefloor and embrace a beer, food and music experience like no other!
Check out the bands announced for FyneFest 2020 below and keep and eye on on our social media for more reveals – and you can also check out the performers from FyneFest 2019 in the meantime.
Joining us again for 2020, the incredible singalong sensation – Massaoke! We’re massively excited to bring the party-starting act back to Glen Fyne for another headline slot on Friday 5 June.
Scottish indie-pop heroes The Bluebells will storm the Main Stage proving that they most certainly Young At Heart! The new wave rockers will perform their biggest hits for FyneFesters in June!
Edinburgh’s Withered Hand make their FyneFest debut, with their irreverent, upbeat indie tunes combining darkly witty lyrics with well-crafted melodies and folk-inspired riffs.
THE LANGAN BAND
High energy, unhinged, and musically extravagant taking traditional acoustic idioms and delivering with punk abandonment and virtuosic flare.
Classic sixties songwriting smashed together with powerpop and psychedlia for a fresh sound that brings together the old and new.
Strontian brothers Jacob and Rory Green produce genre-defying lo-fi electronic pop with a heavy dose of attitude and new wave inspiration!
Songs for drinking and smoking, walking and dreaming, singing and dancing, crying and laughing. Music from the heart with no gimmicks.
Greenock singer-songwriter Lynnie Carson has supported a who’s who of Scottish artists, now finding herself playing her upbeat pop at FyneFest 2020!
Barne Society supergroup Stilton bring their high energy indie tunes to Glen Fyne to get everyone up on their feet!