The iconic music event Summer Sessions is heading to Stirling next year.
Organisers DF Concerts have announced they are expanding the locations of the event to multiple cities across the UK
Stirling is on the list alongside Edinburgh, Glasgow and several places across England and Wales.
Thousands of people will attend Stirling City Park at the base of the iconic Stirling Castle, helping to mark the city’s 900th anniversary.
Geoff Ellis, CEO of DF Concerts said: “Summer Sessions has gone from strength to strength with the announcement of more cities hosting events in 2024 and Stirling Summer Sessions will be a very welcome addition to Scotland’s event calendar next year.”
“Stirling City Park is a very unique event space, sitting in the dramatic shadow of Stirling Castle.”
“We can’t wait to welcome music fans from across the country for this major festival and to showcase everything Stirling has to offer.”
Summer Sessions has been going since 2013 and has become an extremely poplar series of live music events in Scotland.
Some top performers that have graced the stage in the past include Florence & the Machine, Simple Minds, and The Cure.
Kiser Chiefs, Neil Rodgers, and Hozier are among the artists whose dates in England have been confirmed.
Stirling Council Leader Cllr Chris Kane said: “Next year is the Burgh of Stirling’s 900th anniversary so it’s hugely exciting and fitting for us to host the Summer Sessions for the first time as we celebrate this major milestone.”
“With its stunning backdrop of Stirling Castle and accessible location near the city centre, Stirling City Park will be a superb venue for the Summer Sessions, as it has been for previous large-scale concerts and events.”
The event is said to take place around June and July however dates and artists are yet to be announced.
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