A stellar line-up has been unveiled for the second annual Music at the Multiverse weekend – two days of great entertainment at one of Scotland’s most amazing outdoor venues.
And for 2022 there will be a brand new second stage, the Dance Tent, in addition to the Main Stage – which once again will be located at the heart of the magnificent Sun Amphitheatre.
Crawick Multiverse, near Sanquhar on the border of Dumfries & Galloway and Ayrshire, is a 55-acre environmental artwork with giant conical mounds representing colliding galaxies, a huge avenue of standing stones and even more spectacular features inspired by the sun, stars and other wonders of the cosmos.
This year’s event, on 3 and 4 September, will be family-friendly where audiences can revel in two days of live music from headline acts including the Scottish indie rock band Glasvegas, kilted Celtic rockers the Red Hot Chilli Pipers, pop favourites The Bluebells and Bay City Rollers.
They can also head to the Dance Tent (near the immense Cosmic Collisions ) where Malcolm X will welcome a host of special guests on stage on the Saturday, and then on Sunday it’s a 100% Oldskool with 1994 DJs including Mallorca Lee and George Bowie playing the best sets and anthems.
Music at the Multiverse will also be a showcase for live music from Dumfries & Galloway and Ayrshire including The Dogz, Cammy Black, The Mocking Byrds, Archie Irving plus Pedro and the Pirates.
Sharon Glendinning, Crawick Multiverse General Manager, said: “Music at the Multiverse is much more than your standard music event – as well as great live music there’s the chance to spend time in one of Scotland’s most spectacular settings.
“We’re really excited to be able to build on the success of last year’s event by adding a second stage, the Dance Tent, so there’s even more music to enjoy.
“And we’re really proud to be bringing big-name acts to Crawick while also showcasing some of south-west Scotland’s home-grown talent – and all at a family friendly setting that we hope will appeal to audiences of all ages.”
Main Stage: Saturday
The Dogz (D&G)
Cammy Black (D&G)
The Mocking Byrds (Ayrshire)
Main Stage: Sunday
The Red Hot Chilli Pipers
The Bay City Rollers
Redfish Blues Band
Archie Irving (D&G)
Pedro and the Pirates (D&G)
Dance Tent: Saturday
(presented by Malcolm X)
Dance Tent: Sunday
(1994 – 100% Oldskool)
Fully licensed bar and locally-produced food from Brigston & Co and Sweet Sadie’s Ice Cream and Desserts.
About Music at the Multiverse
- Tickets are available from www.crawickmultiverse.co.uk
- Prices are £48 for an adult weekend pass, £30 for young people (12-17), £12 for ages 11 and under. Day passes £29.50 adult, £18 young people and £6.50 children. Booking fees apply online. Weekend parking £13 or £6.50 per day
- Doors open at noon and close 7pm on both days
- The event is family friendly
- Crawick Multiverse is one hour from Glasgow, 45 minutes from Ayr and 30 minutes from Dumfries – see website for travel information
- Music at the Multiverse is supported by Dumfries & Galloway Council, EventScotland and Creative Scotland.
About Crawick Multiverse
- Crawick Multiverse is a spectacular land art installation created by the late Charles Jencks and inspired by his thinking about space, astronomy and cosmology. See https://www.charlesjencks.com.
- It was a major land restoration project, transforming 55 acres of former open cast mining into an inspirational artwork, unique destination and visitor attraction.
- Crawick is in the hills of Upper Nithsdale on the B740, Sanquhar, Dumfries & Galloway, DG4 6EG.
- Opening: For the season from 1 April, , 7 days per week.
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 01659 50242
Crawick Fact File
Crawick Multiverse reflects both the ecology and geology of the region where it stands. It has many spectacular features for visitors to enjoy.
- Around 2,000 boulders were used to create Crawick Multiverse
- The Sun Amphitheatre
- The North-South line comprises approximately 300 boulders
- The site spans 55 acres
- The Northpoint provides a 20-mile 360 degree panoramic view
- Around 300 boulders were used to create the Multiverse landform.
The Crawick Multiverse Trust
The site is managed and run by the Crawick Multiverse Trust (CMT) which is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee. The Trust’s objectives are:
- To advance the arts through the creation of a land art site for the benefit and enjoyment of the public.
- To advance public understanding and appreciation of the role of the landscape and environment as both material and site for art.
- To contribute to the regeneration of the local community in Dumfries and Galloway through the provision of a visitor attraction of national significance.
Through visiting, you are helping maintain the site to ensure future generations can continue to enjoy it. Thank you for your support.
- For media information contact Matthew Shelley on 07786704299 or Matthew@ScottishFestivalsPR.Org
The Crawick Multiverse Trust is a charity registered in Scotland SC039940 and a company limited by guarantee SC349562. Its registered office is at 32-34 High Street, Sanquhar, Scotland, DG4 6BL.