In a week that has seen the Outsider festival suspended for this year and the Big Tent, it seems, finally die, the boutique event held at Bogbain Farm will return this year on Saturday 3rd May.

Brew at the Bog – in conjunction with craft beer brewer Brewdog – will be hosted by radio DJs Ally McCrae and Vic Galloway, and in the latest lineup announcement, headliner King Creosote will perform alongside snippets from the Scottish Screen Archive documentary ‘Oursels As Ithers See Us’, which takes its title from Robert Burns’ ‘To a Louse’ (and not, as many might have imagined, the Jockrock fanzine CD from 1998).

Also on the bill are KC’s old sparring partner The Pictish Trail, plus Roddy Woomble, Miaoux Miaoux, Casual Sex, Machines in Heaven, Tuff Love, Prides and Findlay Napier who join the previously-announced Stanley Odd, Kid Canaveral, Woodenbox, Randolph’s Leap,Roman Nose, The Little Kicks, Jo Mango, Fake Major, Beerjacket, and Call to Mind.

Tickets for the 1500 capacity event are available, at £35, via