Scotland’s newest camping festival adds first-ever ‘al-fresco’ experience
SCOTTISH music & arts festival, Otherlands has announced today that it’s adding flavour to its line-up this summer by teaming up with leading restaurant brand Six by Nico.
Festival goers can look forward to a one-of-a-kind woodland sensory dining experience, bringing a bespoke gastronomic story to life.
The festival lands at Scone Palace in Perth, Scotland, this summer (11th-13th August 2023) for its second edition, bringing some of the most influential global and home-grown musical talents to its stages.
Andy Temple, Chef and Chief Commercial Director at Six by Nico; Nico Simeone, Director of Six by Nico; Sam Joss, Otherlands Festival Director. Image supplied with release by Four PR.
With 11 locations across the UK – the restaurant – will be dishing up its classic six-course menu across August 12th and 13th.
Six by Nico will reveal the brand-new menu, exclusive to Otherlands in the coming months. It will also be the group’s first-ever al-fresco dining experience.
Otherlands Arts and Music Festival were founded by Tom Ketley, owner of FLY – an event promotion company which has been hosting music events across Scotland now for over a decade. The festival boasts everything from live and electronic music, to punk, rock and rap.
Acts already announced for 2023 include the likes of Hudson Mohawke, Skin On Skin, Nia Archives & Overmono. Headline acts in 2022 included DJs BICEP, Jamie XX and Honey Dijon, while there were daytime live performances from singers Joesef, Maverick Sabre and Biig Piig.
As well as a carefully curated line-up of forward-thinking artists spanning multiple stages, the festival will also boast immersive art installations from leading Scottish artists, and will even host comedy direct from Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival, DJ Workshops, and inspiring industry talks and panel discussions with industry leaders.
Sam Joss, Otherlands Festival Director said: “We’re so excited about this partnership! With food at…