19th - 21st June 2020
Location: The Bield at Blackruthven, Tibbermore, Perth, PH1 1PY
Size: Approx 2000
What are the highlights of Solas for families?
Solas Festival is proud to be an all-age event and works hard to be inclusive and intergenerational in their programming. Solas Festival offers a creative and entertaining programme for festival-goers of all ages in a safe environment.
Parents can drop-off their children once a day for a fun and safe supervised session, but the rest of the festival is designed so that families can enjoy the experience altogether.
What makes Solas Festival unique?
Solas Festival aims to create a generous, hospitable space in Scotland where the arts can be performed and enjoyed by all. Our programme also makes space for challenging debate with activists, writers and thinkers from across the political, cultural and religious spectrum.
Solas Festival derives inspiration and values from its roots in the broad Christian tradition. This underpins our commitment to equality, justice, beauty and hospitality. Our aim is to create a space which is tolerant, inclusive and free of prejudice.
Solas Festival has a heart for justice in our global outlook and in the running of the festival. Campaigning organisations work closely with us and help ensure that issues of social justice and responsibility feature in our programming.
The site, facilities and camping:
Solas Festival takes place in the grounds of The Bield at Blackruthven, Tibbermore, Perth, PH1 1PY.
Family camping is available and there is a family-friendly alcohol policy.
The site is quite intimate with camping and venues fairly close together.
Baby-changing and nursing rooms are available and all other food outlets are of excellent quality.
For more information on accessibility and facilities at Solas Festival, visit their web site.