with an eclectic array of music, burlesque performances, fruit bearing mistresses and of course the Nahssty Vyper to mesmerise the crowd, the grand halls of the 12th century Buittle Tower was for the last time (before this years Eden Festival) transformed into the infamous Furry Chillum Tower Party.
The night was a great success, with the crowd dressed to impress as DIY superheroes and heralded from all over Dumfries and Galloway and beyond.
The Eden Team would like to take this chance to thank everyone who came along and joined in the spirit of things at what is fast becoming a legendary music stage in the Galloway for bands from all over Scotland and England to come and showcase their music.
Organiser Adam Curtis said “We are really pleased with the cult status the Furry Chillum Tower Parties seem to be achieving, with bands dubbing it as Galloway’s Old Grey Whistle Test! I would also like to thank the artists who travelled from al over to support and play at the night”
Line up included Vyper Nahssty (Nashville), The Monster Ceilidh Band (Newcastle), Sinister Flynn (Glasgow), D’accordiana (Edinburgh), Get Rich Quick (Essex), Giro Gypsy (Palnackie) and Magenta Lust (Dundee)
for more information about this years Eden Festival please visit www.edenfestival.co.uk or find us on facebook http://www.facebook.com/eden.galloway
Tickets for this years festival are on-sale Contact details: Emma Picken, PR and Marketing Manager, The Eden Festival