Northern Roots Events, the company which operates all of Bogbain Farm’s venue activities, currently has three festivals in it’s rapidly expanding portfolio.
The festivals were all established at Bogbain and are held in April, May and June of each year, with the Inverness Whisky Festival kicking off the season in style. Established in 2011, the IWF has gained notoriety in the whisky world for providing something fresh for malt whisky fans as well as attracting people interested in everything else on offer. With food, chocolate, fashion and music also at the festival’s heart, we would love to welcome you to the festival in 2013.
Brew at the Bog is a collaboration between craft beer revolutionaries BrewDog, and ourselves at Bogbain Farm. We noticed that many festivals are missing on a key ingredient – craft beer. Another important ingredient many of them lack is that they don’t give new British talent the prominence it deserves in the line-up. Not all festivals have to be a massive corporate knees up. Brew at the Bog combines the best in alternative and indie British talent with what we know is the best craft beer in the UK.
Northern Roots Festival - although the festival is the Grandad of the lot in terms of when it was established (2009), its constantly pushing brand new folk and world music acts with the well seasoned folkies of the world. This festival is a real gem and has been described as the “festival for music lovers.”
What they say:
“quite exceptional” Inverness GiGs
“a warm-hearted, music-savvy benchmark” Highland News
“an out and out success” Off the Radar
“put all the naysayers in the corner.” Netsounds Unsigned
“utterly charming” Ale to the King
“Bogbain Farm proved to be a delightful venue” UK Festival Guide
“an atmosphere that was something magic” Culture Bomb
“on to a winner” Glasgow PodcArt
“awe inspiring scenery” The Pop Cop
“an absolute belter” MILK Glasgow
“one of the top 5 boutique festivals in Scotland” The Scotsman
“number one event” The Skinny
“one of the most exciting homegrown bills in living memory” The Pop Cop