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KT Tunstall, Deacon Blue and Wet Wet Wet to headline Party at the Palace 2019

Wet Wet Wet will join KT Tunstall, Deacon Blue and Midge Ure amongst many others at the 2019 Party at the Palace festival in Linlithgow.
Wet Wet Wet will join KT Tunstall, Deacon Blue and Midge Ure amongst many others at the 2019 Party at the Palace festival in Linlithgow.

KT TUNSTALL, The Charlatans, Deacon Blue and Wet Wet Wet have been announced as the headline acts of Scottish festival Party at the Palace this summer. 

Now in its sixth year, the award-winning festival, set next to the loch facing Linlithgow Palace, is set to be another highlight in Scotland’s live music calendar.

Taking place on Saturday 10 August and Sunday 11 August, headliners will be joined by Midge Ure, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, The Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club plus many more.

In addition to two days of great live music, the festival will also feature a fun fair, kids’ entertainment, a market area, a street food scene, and a pamper zone.

The weekend will also be compered by popular presenters from Forth One radio station.

Taking the top spots are The Charlatans and KT Tunstall (Saturday) and Deacon Blue and Wet Wet Wet (Sunday) and the rest of the weekend’s acts are sure to prove a hit with Party at the Palace regulars.

Co-Producer, John Richardson is thrilled to be bringing such an impressive line up to his home town. He said: “We say the same each year, however, we are genuinely delighted with this year’s line-up.

“There is something for everyone with some truly iconic Scottish acts, some festival favourites and great new bands who will perhaps go on to headline festivals in years to come.”

Deacon Blue frontman, Ricky Ross is looking forward to the band’s return to the festival.

He said: “We’re delighted to be headlining the Sunday night of Party at the Palace.

“Since playing the first Party five years ago we hear it’s got bigger and better than ever and we can’t wait to perform in the great shadow of Linlithgow Palace again.”

Wet Wet Wet are also excited about being part of this year’s line up. They said:
“We’re absolutely delighted to be one of the headliners at Party at The Palace this summer.

“There’s no better feeling than playing to a Scottish audience and what a treat to get to play in such a stunning location. So, come and dance the night away with us on what’s guaranteed to be a special night!”


Party at The Palace takes place in Linlithgow on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 August 2019.

Tickets and full line up are available at www.partyatthepalace.co.uk