Kasabian and Ash also confirmed for May Bank Holiday festival

Primal Scream, recently awarded ‘Godlike Genius’ status at the NME Awards are to headline a May Bank Holiday music festival on the Isle Of Skye.

The four-stage, two-day event is taking place May 25-26 and will include a mixture of contemporary artists, alternative dance acts and traditional Celtic music; celebrating Scotlands year of Highland culture through achievements past, present and future.

The 8,000 capacity Main Stage acts so far confirmed are Kasabian, Ash and Dirty Pretty Things.

Second stage, the ‘Non-Stop Stage’ this year boasts a capacity of 3,000 and will see performances from Ian McCullloch’s Echo & The Bunnymen and Your Code Name Is: Milo.

British legend John Martyn, responsible for the stunning ‘Solid Air’ performs tracks from a career spanning 30 years along with tracks from his latest album ‘Willing To Work’ on the Saturday too.

Earlybird tickets are available until April 3- £40 per day or £70 for the whole weekend, including camping and parking.

More information about the festival and to obtian tickets click here for skyemusicfestival.co.uk

The full confirmed line-up to date is as follows:

Friday May 25

Main Stage

Kasabian

Ash

Mylo

El Presidente

Injuns

Non Stop Stage

Echo and the Bunnymen

Buzzcocks

Ali Tiefschwarz

Yourcodenameis:Milo

Vivians

Non Stop DJ’s

Shipping Forecast Stage

Incredible Fling Band

Meantime

Fred Morisson & Friends

Breabach

Fiona Mackenzie and Band

The McCrimmon Sessions

Saturday May 26

Main Stage

Primal Scream

Dirty Pretty Things

The Aliens

Union of Knives

We Are The Physics

Stereoglo

Low Miffs

Non Stop Stage

Echo and the Bunnymen

Buzzcocks

Ali Tiefschwarz

Yourcodenameis:Milo

Vivians

Non Stop Stage

John Martyn

Mark Olsen

Barry Peters

Gecko 3

Soma DJs to be announced

Shipping Forecast Stage

Incredible Fling Band

Meantime

Fred Morisson & Friends

Breabach

Fiona Mackenzie and Band

The McCrimmon Sessions

Shipping Forecast Stage

Seth Lakeman

Skippinish

Session A9

Breabach

Giveway

Arthur Cormack

Avernish

The McCrimmon Sessions