Music festivals in Scotland – Disabled access and facilities Picture of festival goers sitting on the grass

The summer music festival season is once again upon us and whether you are a seasoned festival goer or it’s your first time, we have put together some accessibility information on a number of music festivals in Scotland.

You can search for a more comprehensive list of Music Festivals in Scotland or the UK Festival Calendar 2017.

If details of the festival that you are interested in isn’t listed in our selection, check their festival website or contact the festival organiser directly for accessibility details.

Also check out our new guest blog by Sam Maggs from Gigg Buddies on Accessible Festival Information
for some great tips and information as well as a section on The Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Gig Buddies Scotland are working alongside the Fringe Festival to continue making the festival more accessible each year.

If you do fancy travelling further, Festival Spirit is a charity providing the full festival experience to young people who would not normally be able to attend and enjoy due to life-limiting illness or disability. They help people to attend a festival safe in the knowledge that they will have the facilities, support and back up necessary for their condition.This year they will be at Wychwood Festival, WOMAD Festival and Wilderness Festival.

Festivals in Scotland

Some of our larger festivals such as T-in the Park won’t go ahead this year, however this doesn’t take away from the fantastic mix of festivals running.


From the T in the Park organisers, (not replacing T in the Park), Glasgow Green.
Date: 7- 9 July
Lineup includes: Radiohead, Belle and Sebastian, Biffy Clyro, Kasabian
Day Tickets: From £65.00
Disabled Facilities: Blue Badge Parking. Accessible Viewing Platform. Unisex accessible toilets. PA/Carer Ticket. Power charging points. Welfare and Medical facilities. Drinks and food service to the accessible platform. Assistance dogs are permitted in all areas
If you require use of the disabled access facilities or wish to apply for a free PA/Carer ticket for the event you are attending, please contact Ticketmaster’s accessible phone-line on  0800 988 4440 and purchase from the following options:
Further information on disabled access and facilities.

PKD Festival
Family orientated charity run festival promoting Kinship Day. Ethos is to bring all communities together by creating a festival atmosphere with top Artists. Rosyth.
Date: 15 July
Adult Day Ticket: £20
Line up: Atomic Kitten, B*Witched, S Club, A1, Owen Paul
People with disabilities who would like to attend with their carers please send an email to

Hebridean Celtic Festival
Traditional Folk & Celtic music, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis.
Date: 19 – 22 July
Line up includes: The Waterboys, Imelda May, Lucy Spraggan, Dougie Maclean.
Disabled access: There are some paths, and trackway is used to give smoother access to the viewing area within the main stage. The site can be challenging to move around for wheelchairs or those with walking difficulties, especially in wet weather. Please take this into consideration when deciding on what equipment to bring with you. Assistants on hand at both viewing areas.
Facilities: Disabled toilets. Disabled parking. Platform viewing areas. Medical Services and Assistance. Warning that Flicker, laser, strobe and other lighting effects may be in use. Personal Assistant Ticket Scheme.
Further information on facilities and access for disabled people

Rewind Scotland – The 80’s Festival
Scone Palace, Perth
Date: July 21 -23 July
Lineup includes: Level 42, The Human League, Billy Ocean, Heather Small.
Adult Day Tickets: From £59.50
Disabled Access: It is accessible to visitors with mobility impairments as the site is mainly level access with a few slight inclines and short cut grass. There are some stone paths and metal trackways are used.
Facilities: Disabled Parking. Medical Facilities. Disabled Campsite Area. Viewing Platform. PA 2 for 1 Tickets.
Spaces on the viewing platform are limited so if you want to secure a place please apply sooner rather than later via the application form PA 2 for 1 Ticket Scheme.
For more information email

3 days of live music on the Isle of Bute (King George’s Field, Rothesay)
Date: 28th – 30th July.
Line up includes: We are Scientists, The Wedding Present, Manran, The Elephant Sessions, Samson Sounds.
Adult day tickets: From £42.50
Disabled facilities: Use of Rothesay Leisure Centre toilets and showers through the day. Accessible camping. Limited campervan spaces. These should be reserved when purchasing tickets with only 1 x campervan required per vehicle, not per person.


Belladrum Tartan Heart 
Belladrum Estate, Beauly
Date: 3-5 August.
Lineup includes: Franz Ferndinand, The Pretenders, Sister Sledge and KT Tunstall
Adult Day Tickets sold out. Adult Two Day ticket  £117.00
Disabled access: Disabled viewing areas in many of the arenas; however, bear in mind that this is an outdoor event and conditions could become muddy and slippery.
Facilities: Disabled parking. 2 for 1 PA Tickets. Disabled campsite.
Further information on disabled access and facilities or email

Party At The Palace
Rock & pop, Linlithgow.
Date: 12 – 13 August
Lineup includes: Kaiser Chiefs, Ash, Lightning Seed, Noisettes and Amy MacDonald
Disabled access: Party at The Palace takes place on a grass field which includes an incline. The terrain may not be suitable for all types of wheelchairs but stewards are there to help and assist where possible. Disabled toilets available.


Electric Fields
Set in the grounds of Drumlanrig Castle, Dumfries and Galloway
Date: 1 – 2 September
Headlining: Frightened Rabbit, Dizzee Rascal, Band of Horses
Adult Day Tickets from £95
Disabled facilities: Disabled parking and accessible campsite. A hard standing path leads from the disabled car park and campsite to the arena. Although the arena is mainly grass, it is flat.
Contact: online contact form

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