EH6 Festival - Weekend Ticket

Fri Nov 23 2018 - Sun Nov 25 2018

4:00 PM

Various Venues - Edinburgh

Various Edinburgh EH1

£99.00 - £165.00

Ages 18+

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Expect an incredible line up of live music and over 100 acts in 3 days in 3 amazing historic Leith venues Leith Theatre Thomas Morton Hall and The Old Dr Bells Baths.

Our Friday night headliner will be Liverpudlian music legends The Coral.

Tom Clarke from The Enemy will play 'We'll live and die in these towns' plus new material

Saturday headliner - Jake Bugg

Sunday headliner - Gerry Cinnamon

We are back bigger and better this year with an incredible line up of live music and over 100 acts in 3 days in 3 amazing historic Leith venues Leith Theatre Thomas Morton Hall and The Old Dr Bells Baths

The festival will be announcing the food and drink line up next month as well as a couple of more acts each months.

VIP tickets include separate quieter area with acoustic music as well as 3 drink vouchers and a food voucher.

Over 18s only

Krafty Brew presents
EH6 Festival - Weekend Ticket

  • Gerry Cinnamon

    Gerry Cinnamon

    Indie Rock

  • The Coral

    The Coral

    Indie Rock

    James Skelly - Guitar / Vocals 
    Ian Skelly - Drums 
    Nick Power - Organ / Vocals 
    Lee Southall - Rhythm Guitar / Vocals 
    Paul Duffy - Bass / Vocals

  • Jake Bugg

    Jake Bugg

    Pop

    Shuffling, playlisting and cherry-picking your favourite songs is all well and good, but sometimes you can’t beat sitting down with an album and playing it from start to finish. An album that sounds like it was recorded in one room,with the same group of people and that perfectly captures a specific moment in time.Jake Bugg’s last album, 2016’s On My One, was a dizzyingly eclectic collection of styles and sounds, but for the follow up, the 23-year–old wanted something that felt like the LPs that took pride of place in his own record collection. Albums take you into their own, sealed world. “On the last album it was fun to experiment with different instruments and writing styles,” reflects Bugg. “But this time around I just wanted to make a complete record as opposed to a collection of songs. Just write the tunes and record them with great musicians.”He’s certainly got his wish for Hearts That Strain. Starting in January this year, Bugg would write songs at home then fly out to Nashville to record them with some of the best players in the history of popular music. As part of American Sound Studio’s legendary house band The Memphis Boys, Gene Chrisman and Bobby Woods provided the chops on such pivotal records as Dusty In Memphis, In The Ghetto, Suspicious Minds and Dark End Of The Street, cutting their teeth in sessions with Wilson Pickett, Aretha Franklin and Dionne Warwick. “They’re old guys but they’re amazing,” Bugg recalls with disbelief. “It was ten to five and then that’s it. They'd pack up and we’d done two or three tunes. It was a mad vibe being from England and meeting these absolute legends and then cutting some tracks with them.” Working with producers David Ferguson and Matt Sweeney, Bugg’s time in Nashville proved to be incredibly productive. In just three week-long trips they’d finished the album. “Nashville is mad. Everybody plays out there. You go around somebody’s house for a few beers and just jam with them.” One of the people he ended up just jamming with was The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, who collaborated with Bugg on breezy opener How Soon The Dawn, the shuffling rockabilly get-down I Can Burn Alone and In The Event Of My Demise, a tune that sounds like a generations old folk song the pair have freshly dug up out of the Mississippi mud. “Dan’s wicked,” smiles Bugg. “He’s got this amazing work ethic, he just knuckles down and gets on with it.” P.T.O Another chance encounter provided a surprise collaboration. When Bugg was back in the UK writing, mulleted country rock superstar Billy Ray Cyrus stopped by the studio and was so taken with the rough version of Waiting he heard being played off the desk that he suggested his daughter - younger sister of Miley and rising star in her own right - Noah Cyrus should sing on it. The result is one of Hearts That Strain’s finest moments - a Southern Soul waltz of a ballad to which a swooning Cyrus vocal brings the direct emotional wallop of the best country music. “I’d never really collaborated with many singers so I was a bit unsure," recalls Bugg, "but when they sent it back it was amazing. It was a nice surprise. When I come back in it sounds terrible, but when she’s singing it sounds alright!” Nashville, Billy Ray Cyrus, seasoned session pros… anyone for whom the idea of Jake Bugg in a Stetson and bootlace tie might cause unease can rest easy. Hearts That Strain is still very much the same voice and remarkably assured songwriter of Lightning Bolt and Slumville Sunrise, it's more that his surroundings and the players around him have bled into the record’s mood and warm, glowing production. It's there in the gently strummed mandolin that floats in on Southern Rain, the deft finger picking on the title track, the sighing pedal steel that glides through This Time and the slapback echo and crackling guitar lines that make I Can Burn Alone sound like it could have been cut at Sun Studios. More importantly, it provides the threads that run through Hearts That Strain that make it feel like more than the sum of its parts. Rather than be an album to dip in and out of, it’s an organic whole that from the moment you press play you have to see it out to the final note.“I just like putting out records,” reflect Bugg with characteristic understatement. “I like making albums, I like listening to albums. If you listen to a lot of those classic records throughout each track you can tell that it’s recorded in the same place. It’s nice to have that consistency.” It seems reports of the album’s death have been greatly exaggerated.

  • Tom Clarke (The Enemy Acoustic)

    Tom Clarke (The Enemy Acoustic)

    Rock

    Vocalist of Coventry based indie-rockers The Enemy, continues his acoustic celebration of the band's material.

    “This whole thing started off as a stripped back ending, but it’s become an encouraging new beginning too.”
    - Tom Clarke

  • EH6 Festival

    EH6 Festival

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VIP includes separate quieter area with acoustic music + 3 drink vouchers and a food voucher

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Krafty Brew presents

EH6 Festival - Weekend Ticket

Fri Nov 23 2018 4:00 PM - Sun Nov 25 2018

Various Venues - Edinburgh Edinburgh
EH6 Festival - Weekend Ticket

£99.00 - £165.00 Ages 18+

Expect an incredible line up of live music and over 100 acts in 3 days in 3 amazing historic Leith venues Leith Theatre Thomas Morton Hall and The Old Dr Bells Baths.

Our Friday night headliner will be Liverpudlian music legends The Coral.

Tom Clarke from The Enemy will play 'We'll live and die in these towns' plus new material

Saturday headliner - Jake Bugg

Sunday headliner - Gerry Cinnamon

We are back bigger and better this year with an incredible line up of live music and over 100 acts in 3 days in 3 amazing historic Leith venues Leith Theatre Thomas Morton Hall and The Old Dr Bells Baths

The festival will be announcing the food and drink line up next month as well as a couple of more acts each months.

VIP tickets include separate quieter area with acoustic music as well as 3 drink vouchers and a food voucher.

Over 18s only

Please correct the information below.

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Ages 18+
limit 10 per person
General Admission
After 7pm ages 18+ only
£90.00 (+ £9.00 Fees)
VIP
VIP includes separate quieter area with acoustic music + 3 drink vouchers and a food voucher
£150.00 (+ £15.00 Fees)

Delivery Method

eTickets
Box Office Collection

Terms & Conditions

This event is 18 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 18 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.