Connect Festival will return next summer after its Edinburgh debut saw Idles, The Chemical Brothers and The National delight crowds at the Royal Highland Centre Showgrounds.
The event, which also saw the likes of Little Simz, Self Esteem and Holly Humberstone perform across the weekend, will take place next year on August 25-27.
Connect – a revival of the event held in the 2000s at Inveraray Castle – coincided with the final part of the Edinburgh Festival and alongside the music showcased comedy, dance, food and drink.
Let's reconnect in 2023.
Connect will return on the 25th-27th August.
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— Connect (@ConnectFestSCO) August 28, 2022
Ohio natives The National drew the festival to a close on the main stage Sunday night having performed a more intimate, acoustic secret set at the site’s Tiny Changes Cottage.
The performance was in conjunction with the Scottish mental health charity set up in memory of Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison.
Other acts performing on Sunday included Little Simz, Self Esteem, Bombay Bicycle Club and Scots favourites Mogwai and Idlewild.
Presale for 2023 tickets will be available from 9am on August 31. Connect fans have exclusive first access to next summer’s tickets by signing up to the Connect database at connectmusicfestival.com
General sale tickets will be available 9am on Friday 2nd September via the same website.
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