Wickerman Festival 2011 – The Music – Friday

Some pics of the bands that I managed to catch on the first day at Wickerman.

The Damned - Wickerman Festival 2011

Although it’s not really far between the various tents and stages at Wickerman Festival you still have to put in a fair bit of legwork to catch all the bands that take your fancy, as well as taking in some artists that are unknown to yourself as well. Anyway, here’s (pictorially) how my Friday went, these were the acts that I managed to (at least) catch a good part of their set.  These are in order from afternoon onwards starting off with the excellent Roaches who I’d love to see back in Scotland again. The mix of different styles of music on offer is a joy to behold as you can sample artists you’d maybe not go and see normally.

Highlights of my day were probably Endor, the North East’s representatives at Wickerman, Indian Red Lopez, Spunge (who I’d never seen live before), and my own personal favourites, The Damned. Actually, the standard, in my opinion, was very high across the Scooter Tent, the Solus tent and the GoNorth tent throughout, so much so that I hardly went near the main stage all day.

The Roaches

The Roaches

The Roaches

Trapped in Kansas

Trapped in Kansas

Trapped in Kansas

Sound of Guns

Sound of Guns

Sound of Guns

Vukovi

Vukovi

Vukovi

Berry Tweed and The Chasers

Berry Tweed and The Chasers

Berry Tweed and The Chasers

Indian Red Lopez

Indian Red Lopez

Indian Red Lopez

Diddums

Diddums

Diddums

Middle Finger Salute

Middle Finger Salute

Middle Finger Salute

Black Sun Drum Korps

Black Sun Drum Korps

Black Sun Drum Korps

The Noisettes

The Noisettes

The Noisettes

Endor

Endor

Endor

The Hostiles

The Hostiles

The Hostiles

The Hoosiers

The Hoosiers

The Hoosiers

Spunge

Spunge

Spunge

Echo and the Bunnymen

Echo and the Bunnymen

Echo and the Bunnymen

The Damned

The Damned

The Damned

Words and pics by Still Burning.

Wickerman Festival 2011 – The Music – Saturday

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