Bowlie 2 – December 2010
Added on 26th March 2010

Belle & Sebastian are excited to be curating and performing at Bowlie 2 at the Butlins holiday camp in Minehead, Somerset on the weekend of 10th – 12th December 2010.

The event follows in the tradition of the first Bowlie Weekender at Camber Sands in 1999 which the band co-organised and the subsequent All Tomorrow’s Parties’ festivals organised by their co-conspirator on Bowlie, Barry Hogan.

The full band line up for the weekend is now confirmed as (in order of announcement) Belle & Sebastian, Teenage Fanclub, Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan, Julian Cope, The Vaselines, The New Pornographers, Vashti Bunyan, The Apples in Stereo, Frightened Rabbit, Field Music, Howlin’ Rain, Those Dancing Days, The Dutchess and the Duke, Silver Columns, Foals, Crystal Castles, Dean Wareham Plays Galaxie 500, Mulatu Astatke, Edwyn Collins, Steve Mason, Dirty Projectors, Sons and Daughters, 1900s, The Zombies, Abagail Gray, The Trembling Bells, Zoey Van Goey and Jenny and Johnny, 1990s, Best Coast, Phenomenal Handclap Band, Amphetameanies, Peter Parker and Them Beatles.

Tickets are on sale now and full details can be found here.

‘What to Look For in Summer’ arrives on December 11th. [cont…]

Confirmed details of our special Love Record Stores Day limited edition. [cont…]

Belle and Sebastian’s ‘Tigermilk’ is one of the ‘Sounds of Scotland’ that feature in the National Album Day exhibition. [cont…]

Belle and Sebastian’s soundtrack album for Simon Bird’s film ‘Days Of The Bagnold Summer‘ is now available. [cont…]

Belle and Sebastian have released new single ‘Sister Buddha’ from their forthcoming OST for ‘Days Of The Bagnold Summer’ [cont…]

Belle and Sebastian will be returning to North America for a two week tour this summer. [cont…]

Belle and Sebastian have announced that they will play a very special one off concert in Glasgow with the RSNO. [cont…]

20 years since they took fans for a weekend away at the Bowlie Weekender, Belle and Sebastian would like you to join them at sea for The Boaty Weekender. [cont…]