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Acoustic Edinburgh at the Spectrum Festival in the Queens Hall – this Sunday afternoon

2007 March 28
by Si

Featuring: The Graeme Mearns Band, Stealer, Kristian Labak, Sub-Opt, Ziggy Campbell, and Amy Duncan
In addition to: 9 other bands on 2 stages, as well as film, interactive media, a market place, a chill out zone, and food & drink
From: 3.00-11.00, £5 in advance, £6 on door

This Sunday afternoon and evening the Queens Hall is playing host to an extraordinary festival of the creative arts. It’s the fourth Spectrum festival and probably the best chance to take the creative pulse of the country. By the looks of things, the country is very healthy indeed… In addition to 15 live bands and solo performers, there will also be 9 stalls selling everything from independent music to custom jewelry, independent films and of course food and drink all day.

Find out all about Spectrum here: www.spectrumfest.co.uk

Acoustic Edinburgh is proud to be involved, and we’ll be running things in the attic stage from 4 til 8 (although the festival as a whole runs from 3 til 11). We’re being as eclectic as ever, with everything from the beautiful honesty of Amy Duncan’s voice through the experimental pop of Found’s Ziggy Campbell to the in-your-face attitude of the Graeme Mearns Band.

The Acoustic Edinburgh schedule will look something like this:

4.00 – DJ Si

4.20 – Amy Duncan
4.55 – Ziggy Campbell
5.30 – Sub-Opt

5.55 – DJ Si

6.15 – Kristian Labak
6.50 – Stealer
7.25 – The Graeme Mearns Band

You’d be forgiven in thinking this is an elaborate April Fool’s joke when you look at the price we’re charging for all this talent – £5 tiny British pounds – but I assure you we’re completely serious!

See you there,
Si

P.S. By the way, Spectrum is also a family-friendly event. I know from personal experience that it’s a great opportunity to introduce the youngest generation to the joy of live music!

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