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Energetic, vibrant and independent
The Eden Festival is a vibrant and boutique Scottish festival showcasing music, theatre and art on the stunning Raehills Meadows in Dumfries and Galloway.
Spread across eleven stages covering some of the greatest underground bands and DJs of the last 20 years from the worlds of roots, reggae, dubstep, drum and bass, folk, ska, gypsy and more, Eden Festival is an energetic celebration of music, dance, culture and most importantly, community.
Alongside the music, there will also be a host of other activities to get involved in, from the circus tent, drive-in cinema, comedy club, cabaret, workshops and kid's arena.
Eden Festival takes place in the stunning Raehills Meadows in Lockerbie, a small town in Dumfries and Galloway, just 20 miles from the English border.
Raehills Meadows, Lockerbie, DG11 1, United Kingdom
Eden Festival is held just outside Moffat on the Raehills meadows, just over an hours drive from Glasgow and Edinburgh and only a 40 minute drive from Carlisle.
Motorway traffic should exit the M74 at Moffat and follow AA signs to the festival site heading towards Dumfries along the A701.
All Buses from Glasgow and Edinburgh to Dumfries pass by the site and there is a regular service from both cities to Dumfries daily. However, the bus won’t stop outside the festival's entrance, but there will be shuttle buses picking you up from the bus stop and driving you to the festival site.
Dumfries and Lockerbie are the nearest train stations. Both are easily accessible from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Carlisle and the South.
Buses from Dumfries to Moffat are hourly and go past the site.
Taxis from Dumfries and Lockerbie are plentiful and reasonably priced. There will be a drop off point at the ticket office for those arriving by taxi.
Gates to the Eden campsite will open from 5pm on Thursday 8th June.
All child ticket holders (12 and under) and teen ticket holders (13 – 17) must be accompanied by a ticket holding parent or guardian who is over 21 years.
Parking will be an additional charge of £10 per vehicle.