The Tennents Triptych Festival, now in its 5th year, features a wide array of the musical and visual arts. As previously, the programming ranges from music legends and new bands to
This year's festival is set to run from April 27th to May 1st with a huge and diverse line-up on the musical side:
Aberfeldy, Akufen, Alasdair Roberts, Andres Lokko, Arab Strap, Archer Prewitt, Astro Boy, Bikini Atoll, Billy Woods, Brian D'Souza, Brooks, Bugz in the Attic, Butch Cassidy Sound System, Candi Staton, Cat Power, Chris Harris, Chris McNulty, Craig Smith , The Czars, Danny Sharkey, Deportivo Street Team, Dirty Krux, Domenic, Dosimat, Dougal Herman, The Earlies, Entrance, ESG, The Fall, Found, Funky Transport, Gruff Ryhs, Gareth Sommerville, Greg Wilson, Gianni Palazzo, Gilles Peterson, Harri, Herbie Hancock, Hot Chip, Jerry Dammers, Jim Hutcheson, John Tye, Jonee Q, Jonny Trunk, Josh Martinez, Juan Atkins, Juana Molina, Kama Aina, Kano, Karl Heinz Stockhausen, Kenny Hawkes, Kenny Knotts, Kev Wright, King Creosote, Laptop Jams & Nogales, Laurie Anderson, LCD Soundsystem, Luke Vibert, Lucky Luke, Mr Mafro, Magic Daddy, Maher Shalal Hash Baz, Markus Enochson, Mash, Micah P Hinson, Miso Djs, Mugison, Mungo's Hi-fi, Money Mark, My Latest Novel, Nick Peacock, Nicky Siano, Nick Yuill, Open Field Church, Optimo Djs, Overtone, Pastels (dj set), Paul McNulty, Paul St Hilaire, Plantlife, Prince Buster, Paul Cawley, Ralph Lawson, Rob Mathie, Roots Manuva, Sam Prekop, Savage Pencil (Edwin Pouncey), Simon Hodge, Sub Club Djs, Stacey Pullen, Television Personalities, Tes, Twitch, Uncle John & Whitelock, Vinyl Junkies, George T, Mr Todd, Martin Valentine, Steven Wanless, What?, Wilkes and Mr Zimbabwe.
Full details of who's playing where and when are available on the Triptych website.