The bash is aimed at raising awareness and funds for the Scottish Association For Mental Health...
TEENAGE FANCLUB, ASTRID and SNOW PATROL are among the bands lined up to appear at a four-day, four-venue festival in GLASGOW aimed at raising awareness and funds for the SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH (SAMH).
Other acts taking part in the event, which runs from May 31 to June 3, include Eugene Kelly, Jengaheads, Silicone Soul, and Hi Karate.
Dubbed ‘One In Four’, the event takes its name from the fact that one in four people suffer from mental health problems at some time in their life, and organisers say they have chosen to stage it over four nights and four venues to reiterate the point.
All artists, venues, promoters and technical crews are donating their services free of charge, which means that 100% of the ticket price goes to the charity.
The bill in full is:
13th NOTE CAFE, MAY 31
Silicone Soul DJs
NICE ‘N’ SLEAZY, JUNE 1
Late Night Foreign Radio
KING TUT’S WAH WAH HUT, JUNE 2
Future Pilot AKA
El Hombre Trajeado
The Pastels (DJ set)
THE GARAGE, JUNE 3
James Orr Complex
V-Twin (DJ set)
For more information on the festival and tickets, check the website www.one-in-four.co.uk.
For more information on SAMH, check their site www.samh.co.uk.