32-band line up announced with Jason Sweeney, Trucker Diablo and Florence Black to headline Billed as the family festival for rockers with altitude, Wildfire Festival returns this July, presenting a showcase of some of the best grassroots and rising bands. Set against the backdrop of beautiful Scottish mountains, the three-day festival once again will take … Continue reading Wildfire Festival returns!
We seem to be chucking these out daily which - let's put a positive spin on it - shows how many events there are on the rock and metal calendar. However, the news isn't great for Scotland's Wildfire festival which has formally announced a cancellation, along with plans for next year. Full statement below: Well … Continue reading Wildfire joins list of cancelled 2020 events – news on 2021
Wildfire Festival, Scotland’s original grassroots rock and metal festival has announced the final 14 bands to play at the Wanlockhead event this June, with acts including Landslides, Dancing With Dakota, Jeanice Lee, Burn The Maps and a Moshville Times stage alumni from 2017 adding to the already strong roster of rising Scottish bands playing this … Continue reading Wildfire announces final bands for 2019
The renaissance of Scotland’s leading grassroots festival, Wildfire, continues with the announcement of a second tranche of 14 bands that will play at the festival in Wanlockhead from the 28th-30th of June 2019. Only 96 tickets away from being a sell-out, Wildfire Festival’s emphatic return marks a welcome comeback for a much-loved grassroots music event, … Continue reading Wildfire 2019 announces latest wave of bands
One of our favourite fixtures of the festival calendar is Wildfire, the family-friendly, value-for-money festival nestled just outside of Glasgow. So, with the cancellation of 2018's event, many of our crew were dismayed but nonetheless understanding of the decision. We're delighted to see it return for 2019 in a brand new location and as ever, … Continue reading First 18 bands and new location confirmed for Wildfire 2019
This evening, Wildfire have announced that 2018's incarnation of the festival, which was scheduled for 22-24 June, will not be going ahead. The full statement from director Dave Ritchie reads as follows: It is with a very heavy heart and no end of disappointment that I have decided to cancel this years Wildfire Festival. This … Continue reading Wildfire 2018 cancelled