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Edinburgh is set to welcome what will be one of the most exciting music festivals in Scotland for 2017.
SpringFest, an indoor festival with numerous covered outdoor areas. In addition to the main stage, SpringFest boasts three other stages. The Frequency Arena, dedicated to emerging talent, the Electronic Forest for Dance & Slam, and the Acoustic Box.
The festival will have ten zones:
The Outdoor Chill Out Zone gives festival goers the opportunity to catch some rays on the grass and enjoy the carnival atmosphere created by circus performers and face painters
The Beer Garden is a chill out area soundtracked by laid back Ibiza style beats
Burlesque Wonderland offers a plethora of Burlesque and alternative performances to dazzle and delight
Concourse Stalls is a pop- up market selling a variety festival essentials and luxuries
Purple Zone offers a unique festival experience dedicated to Prince and Jimi Hendrix
Orange Zone for Acoustic performances
Turquoise Zone is an outdoor chill out area
Frequency Arena is the SpringFest's second stage, showcasing exciting emerging talent
Portal Zone takes festival goers from the Concourse to Burlesque Wonderland
Cinema Zone features new short films from local directors mixed with cult famous movies and speeches from icons like Martin Luther King
The weekend promises two days of solid partying for a wide ranging audience.
Sister Sledge, the original female pop act that paved the way for so many of today's girl band megastars, performing all their classic hits including We Are Family, Lost In Music and Frankie. Joni sadly passed away in March 2017, but Debbie and Kim announced they would carry on with pre arranged shows.
See 13 tour dates featuring Sister Sledge
One of the biggest girl bands of the 1990s, All Saints - Natalie and Nicole Appleton, Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis- became one of the most symbolic British pop groups of the 1990s with 12 million record sales, five number one singles, two multi-platinum albums and two Brit awards. Their debut album, ‘All Saints’ went 5x platinum and produced 3 number-one singles, including the double BRIT award-winning ‘Never Ever’ that ended up selling over 1.2 million copies. The album also spawned the No 1 singles ‘Under the Bridge / Lady Marmalade’ & ‘Bootie Call’. Their second album, ‘Saints & Sinners ‘ (2000), also yielded two number 1’s, the Ivor Novello award winning ‘Pure Shores’, written by Shaznay Lewis and William Orbit (who also produced the song), for the soundtrack of the film The Beach (starring Leonardo DiCaprio) and ‘Black Coffee’. In 2006 they reformed for a short time, scoring a No 3 hit with 'Rock Steady', then after a 10-year hiatus, the girls returned in 2016 with new material.
See 4 tour dates featuring All Saints
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