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Killin Music Festival has released its final limited release of tickets.
Previous batches of tickets went fast and organisers are expecting this last lot to go just as quick.
Revellers will descend on picturesque Killin at the west end of Loch Tay from Friday 14 June through to Sunday 16 June to enjoy the event’s fourth annual offering of music and merriment.
For 2019 the festival welcomes headliners Trail West, Elephant Sessions and Siobhan Miller.
This year also sees different genres taking to the big stage including soul-funk phenomenon Tom McGuire and the Brassholes, and fresh indie
band The 101.
And there will be music in the Portnellan Tent for free from Headland, Dlù and Greig Taylor.
‘There is something for all tastes from a relaxed seated concert to bouncing night-time shows. All events are indoors or under cover, so there is no need to fear the temperamental weather,’ said one of the organisers.
There are also lots of free fringe events taking place over the weekend, including the second festival stage, competitions and a craft fair – not forgetting the surrounding stunning scenery to soak up.
To see the full festival line-up and buy tickets go to killinmusicfestival.com.