Haddstock 2018 flyer

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Music Lessons for Children & Adults Youth Music Projects Rehearsal Studios lamphousemusic.co.uk Archerfield Estate, Dirleton East Lothian, EH39 5HQ


Station Yard, Hospital Road, Haddington

Haddington, East Lothian

01620 825630


MAZZOLI At the Tyneside Tavern Think Good Beer

Drink Good Beer

Expertly Brewed in East Lothian

Whitney book Edwardian Script ITC


Pantone colours


Headliner Gig, Town House 7.30pm Tickets for the headline gig (for over 18s only) are £15 and available online via billetto (easiest to find us on facebook and click the SHOP NOW button)

MIRACLE GLASS COMPANY are widely regarded as

the best rock’n’roll band in the UK right now, they maximise the power of 3 with drums, bass and guitar, 3 lead vocals and 3 part harmonies combining to make a sound that has to be heard to be believed. Fusing psychedelic rock’n’roll with pop sensibilities, blistering musicianship and three unique voices, Vic Galloway (BBC 6 Music) described their show at XpoNorth as “the best gig I’ve seen in years”. On their debut album MGC 1 The List said it “conjures up memories of the Lennon/McCartney partnership at the peak of their powers” and Scottish music guru Jim Gellatly named it his album of the year, describing it as “timeless, a future classic”. The band enjoys radio play on BBC 6 Music and extensive coverage on Radio Scotland for their infectious single T.R.O.U.B.L.E. along with a place on Spotify’s own new music playlist. They have supported the likes of Alabama 3 and Bruce Foxton, and played festivals including Eden, Belladrum, XpoNorth, Carnival 56, Edinburgh Blues & Rock Festival and T in the Park.

THE WYNNTOWN MARSHALS: In 2017, three studio

albums into their career, this Edinburgh-based Americana band marked a decade together with the release of After All These Years, a 16-track retrospective with a few exclusive new recordings. Described by Uncut magazine as “colonising the shadowland that lies between Tom Petty and Teenage Fanclub”, the Marshals were championed from their earliest days by legendary British broadcaster ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris and our very own Ricky Ross, Iain Anderson, and Roddy Hart, culminating recently in a triumphant appearance on BBC Scotland’s Quay Sessions. The band signed to Europe’s leading roots/Americana label Blue Rose Records in 2013 and have racked up universally stunning reviews for each of their subsequent albums. Westerner (2010) was called “the best Americana album from Europe ever” by RootsTime in Belgium, and its successor The Long Haul was number 10 in the Sunday Herald’s list of the ‘Top 50 Scottish Albums of 2013’, ahead of new releases from big-hitters like Texas, Travis and Biffy Clyro.



Miracle Glass Company Wynntown Marshals Aaron Wright - The Sunshine Delay Dropkick - mylittlebrother Ukelele Orchestra of Sunny Leith Sophie Bancroft & Tom Lyne NEW FOR 2018: ART EXHIBITION THE SLOSH: WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT MUSIC & INSTRUMENT-MAKING WORKSHOPS FOR KIDS


Enjoy live music all day and evening in Haddington’s cafes, bars and halls. Youth bands, local musicians and groups of various genres and experience levels play in a community, family friendly environment. There will be art and music workshops for youngsters starting at 10am and live music starts at midday. Free entry to almost all venues; we ask for public donations into the musician’s hats. Find out more: www.facebook.com/haddstock or haddstock@gmail.com

How to get here Prentice Coaches 108 (Musselburgh - Tranent - Macmerry) and 111 (Port Seton - Longniddry - Aberlady - Gullane - Drem) East Coast Buses 104 106 X7 + Nighthawk N106 Perryman’s 253 (between Berwick & Edinburgh) Train: closest stations: Longniddry & Drem Cycle from Longniddry up the old railway path (5 miles of good track)

Information and Meeting Point The Ogilvies van will be in front of the Victoria Inn with information, and in case anyone gets lost - Haddington isn’t big but these things can happen when you are having fun!

Supporters & collaborators

family friendly festival, in the pubs, cafes and halls of Haddington haddstock1


Lamp of Lothian



Back ‘n’ Blue 12pm Fisherraw Blues Explos’n 1pm The Gold Rollers 2pm (break for the SLOSH) mylittlebrother 4pm Basher 5pm Strange Brew 6pm Blueprint 7pm Metro Mafia 8pm Fuzzystar 9pm Fez Dex 10pm

Self Righteous Bros 12.30pm Paul & Simon 1.30pm Iain McLeod 2.25pm (break for the SLOSH) Jamie Scott 3.30pm Ukes of Edinburgh 4.30pm Aaron Wright 5.30pm

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12. Waterside TRAD/ FOLK/ OPEN MIC

Ogilvies Van Meeting point, info & first aid

12-3pm: Mark McLaughlan’s Open Mic (break for the SLOSH) 4-6pm: East Coast Beats & Stac Celtic Collective

3pm: The Slosh world-record attempt

11. Trinity Centre ART EXHIBITION 11am-5pm: 3 Harbours Arts Festival on tour

5. Town House HADDINGTON 700

2. The Loft

3. Victoria

4. Jabberwocky




Lisa Rigby 12pm Siancio Singers (courtyard)1pm Meantime 2pm (break for the SLOSH) 3.30-4.30pm: Mark Burnet handmade guitar showcase

Sarah Elizabeth Gallacher 4pm Scott Colquhoun 4.45pm Barry Gruber 5.30pm The B 6.15pm Dazer 7.15pm

Ukelele Orchestra of Sunny Leith 12pm U3a Bus Pass Buskers 1pm Happy Ears 2pm

Gaita 12pm Meantime 12.50pm Lisa Rigby & Rossco Galloway 1.30-2.45pm LAMP HOUSE MUSIC’S YOUTH SHOWCASE Shrike 3.30pm Northern Lights 3.45pm Vinyl ‘85 4pm Spec Ops 4.20pm The Click 4.45pm Whitehill Grove 5.15pm HEADLINER GIG

6. Diggory’s

7. No. 7

8. Jo’s Kitchen

9. Masonic Hall

10. MADE Arts Hub






Kiana Schmitt 12pm Iona McCall 12.35pm Sandie Wyles 1.10pm Richard Buchannan 1.45pm Carli Trotter 2.20pm

Knox Jazz Ensemble 12pm Sadie Maskery & Andy Brown 1pm On The Beach 2pm (break for the SLOSH) Sophie Bancroft & Tom Lyne 4-5pm Jess Abrams: Jazz and a Nightcap 9-10.15pm

3 Straight Heads 12pm Ms Fi and the Lost Head Band 1pm Unknown Artist 2pm

Slideaway 12pm / First Offence 12.35pm Big Cajonees 1.10 / Adam’s Garden 1.45

11am-1pm: Music Fest T-shirt Workshop


2pm: Jam with The Ukulele Orchestra of Sunny Leith. Bring a uke or borrow one. Tuition given - beginners welcome.

LATIN AMERICAN Tango Trio 4-5pm La Formula Trio 7-9pm

7.30pm. £15. Over 18s (facebook/haddstock)

15. Al Fresco Busking

MacFunkel 2.20pm (break for the SLOSH) The Sunshine Delay 4pm Bryan’s Plastic Chair World 5pm Callum McKinnon 6pm Under The Dogwood Tree 7pm UP 8pm / Dropkick 9-10pm

The Sensation Seekers Wynntown Marshals Miracle Glass Company

14. Bridge Centre FREE WORKSHOPS*


Art Point: Find Your Own Sound of Nature Musical instrument making for under 12s 10am-12pm

Einstein’s Wardrobe 12pm Iain MacLeod 1pm LOCATION 2: FOUNTAIN, PLACE D’AUBIGNY Harry Osiris 2pm Aaron Wright 4pm

13. Tyneside TRAD/ BLUES/ JAZZ 1pm: UP

graphics by wylliecat.co.uk

*Booking for all workshops is in person (first come, first served) at the Bridge Centre, from 9.30am

2-3pm: The Big Afternoon Session with George Duff, Jim Wilson, Stuart Davie & co. 5pm: Rossco Galloway Live music into the night

Bridge Centre Music Project: Bandwork Come & Try sessions. Beginners welcome! Half hour sessions Age 7-11: 11am / 12pm / 1.30pm Age 12-16: 11.30am / 1pm / 2pm Live Music Now: Traditional Tunes for Tiny People Interactive music sessions for ages 0-5 1-1.40pm / 2-2.40pm