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Music at the Multiverse 2021

Date: 28 August -12noon to 7pm | 29 August 12noon to 6pm
Price: Saturday Ticket £20 | Sunday Ticket £15 | Concessions Available
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Music at the Multiverse 2021

two days of music,

one spectacular event

Music at the Multiverse is a late summer celebration of music taking place at Crawick Multiverse. 

At the heart of the Multiverse is the Sun Amphitheatre, created by site designer Charles Jencks as a spectacular outdoor performance space; a perfect place to enjoy live music again.

We are proud to be able to showcase such an excellent line-up of performers, such as The Dangleberries, Lucky Doves, Emily Smith & Jamie McClennan and Claudia Wood, each of whom have strong local connections. We hope that Music at the Multiverse will be just the start of an exciting programme of outdoor events and experiences at the Multiverse.








Doors open 12 noon. Doors close 7pm

Tickets £20, concessions available






Doors open 12 noon. Doors close 6pm

Tickets £15, concessions available

Afternoon tea boxes and prosecco & ice buckets available to pre-order

meet kelton the beltie bull

Kelton, the one tonne wicker Belted Galloway bull will be guest of honour at Music at the Multiverse.

Standing over 3 metres tall, the giant bull will stand at the entrance and welcome visitors to the site over the weekend.

Read more about Kelton here.

A taste of Crawick

More Information


The doors to Music at the Multiverse will open at 12 noon on both Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th August. Doors will close at 7pm on Saturday 28th and 6pm on Sunday 29th August. All attendees must vacate the event site when doors close. Overnight camping is not permitted.



Adult Ticket £20

Age 12 to 17 £10

Under 12 years £1


Adult Ticket £15

Age 12 to 17 £7.50

Under 12 years £1

Weekend tickets are not available. Tickets cannot be exchanged, refunded, or returned after purchase. There will be no early bird prices or other ticket discounts. There are not group discounts available. The names of all ticket holders must be stated at the point of purchase for test and protect purposes, a nominal £1 fee is being made for tickets for children aged 12 and under in order to enable this.

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optional extras

In addition to our afternoon tea boxes and prosecco, Crawick Multiverse season passes, tote bags and water bottles can also be pre-ordered. Pre-ordered items will be available for collection at Music at the Multiverse when you arrive.

Food and Drink

A fully licensed bar serving a range of local drinks, including local ales and a wide range of Scottish gins, will be available.

Although, we will have food available to buy, you are welcome to bring a picnic and any soft drinks with you to the event. 

The bar will be card payment only. You can pre-order drinks using the Butlr app Please note, you are not permitted to bring alcohol into Music at the Multiverse.

to pre-order – SUNDAY ONLY

Luxury Afternoon Tea Boxes from Brodies of Moffat £30

Standard Box for 2 contains: Sandwiches – Barony Hot Smoked Salmon & Dill Sandwich, Galloway Ham & Mustard Sandwich. Cakes – White Chocolate & Raspberry Slice, Pear & Almond, Lamingtons, Portuguese Tart, Scone, Whipped Cream and Scottish Jam

Vegetarian Box for 2 contains: Sandwiches – Nith Valley Free Range Egg & Chive Mayonnaise, Savoury Lockerbie Cheddar. Cakes – White Chocolate & Raspberry Slice, Pear & Almond, Lamingtons, Portuguese Tart, Scone, Whipped Cream and Scottish Jam

Bottle of Prosecco served in an ice bucket £15

Over 18’s only. ID will be required for collection.

Afternoon tea boxes and prosecco & ice buckets are available to pre-order for Sunday 29th August only. Numbers are limited so please book early. Pre-ordered items will be available for collection at Music at the Multiverse when you arrive.

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The Crawick Multiverse car park will not be accessible during Music at the Multiverse, however car parking is available adjacent to the site. Attendees wishing to park their car at the event must purchase a Parking Pass, priced £5 per car, for each day they plan to attend. Car parking stewards will be on site to direct you and your vehicle.


Music at the Multiverse is a seated on-grass event. We recommend you bring your own cushion and / or blanket for comfort. Please be prepared for inclement weather.

While attending Music at the Multiverse, you are welcome to walk around the site during stage turnaround but we would respectfully ask that you take your seat when the acts are performing on stage.


Crawick Multiverse photographers and videographers will be on-site during Music at the Multiverse. Ticket holders consent to inclusion in photographic, visual and audio promotions of the event.

Children & Young People

Anyone aged under 18 must be accompanied by an adult aged 21 or over (a maximum of 6 under 18s to each adult). All under 18 remain the responsibility of their parents and guardians. As with any music event, certain areas of the site will be extremely busy, and it is recommended that these areas are not appropriate for young children, including buggies and pushchairs.


Crawick Multiverse is a dog-friendly destination. However, loud music and crowds at music events can be overwhelming for dogs. Therefore, we do not recommend that you bring your dog to Music at the Multiverse.  If you choose to bring your dog, and your dog subsequently becomes disruptive or distressed, we reserve the right to ask you to remove your dog from the event site. Dogs must never be left unattended, and must remain on a lead and under control at all times.

Sanquhar Arts Festival

Music at the Multiverse is part of Sanquhar Arts Festival, which takes place from Friday 27th August to Monday 30th August. For latest news and programme information, view the Sanquhar Arts Festival facebook page

Getting Here

Crawick Multiverse is situated just off the A76 (Dumfries to Kilmarnock), 25 miles north of Dumfries, and is 15 miles from the M74 (Abington).  Our postcode is DG4 6EG.

By Rail 

Sanquhar railway station is situated a mile from Crawick Multiverse. There are regular services from Newcastle, Dumfries, Carlisle, Kilmarnock and Glasgow. For times visit National Rail

By Foot

From Sanquhar Railway Station, from platform one, make your way down Station Road, after 200m turn right on to Church Road. After 300m you will pass the Church on your right, after another 300m you will pass Sanquhar Academy on your left. Continue up Broomfield Road, then after 600m you will cross a foot bridge on your left. At the main junction ahead turn right, after 175m take the 2nd exit on the left to Crawick Multiverse.

By Bus

The 221 bus service runs between Kirkconnel, Kelloholm, Sanquhar and Wanlockhead and stops directly at Crawick Multiverse. The 246 bus service runs between Cumnock, New Cumnock, Kirkconnel, Sanquhar, Thornhill and Dumfries.

By Taxi

You can contact local taxi firms on the following numbers:

  • BJs of Sanquhar – 01659 58198
  • Murphy’s Taxis – 01659 67000
  • Key Taxis – 01659 67176



A late, but excellent addition to our line up, replacing the Dangleberries is Robert Shields of ONR. Robert is a singer songwriter and you may know him from his former band, Finding Albert.

ONR writes and performs driving, anthemic pop songs influenced by new wave and arena rock, and has toured across Europe with artists including Bastille, Jake Bugg, Lewis Capaldi.

The Lucky Doves

Rich, story driven songwriting, enchanting acoustic pluck and a fantastic folk style that just keeps giving, that’s the music of “The Lucky Doves”

The 5 piece perform their own music with influences from the likes of the Waterboys, Pouges, The Frames and Bruce Springsteen.


Dumfries based Pedro and the Pirates describe themselves as a band of chancers and misfits!

They aim to deliver a fantastic set of ‘guilty pleasures’ and ‘bangers’, and we’re sure they will keep the Music at the Multiverse audience entertained.

Tom Spirals

Studying his craft on the mic alongside champion sound and fellow Glaswegians Mungo’s HiFi, Spirals is the resident MC at the infamous Walk n Skank sessions in GLA.

Fathers Medicine

Fathers Medicine, Dylan Lorimer and Ryan Thomson are and acoustic duo from Ayrshire.

Smith & McClennan

Award winning Scottish singer Emily Smith and New Zealand born songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Jamie McClennan have worked together for almost twenty years.  With sublime double vocals, guitars, accordion and viola their music draws influences from folk, Americana and beyond.

The duo will be performing music from their latest album ‘Small Town Stories’.

Claudia Wood & Katharine Durran

Claudia returns to her home town of Sanquhar and will sing Soprano accompanied by Katharine on the piano.

Katharine has developed highly acclaimed parallel careers as solo pianist, exponent of new music, chamber musician and song accompanist.

Flew the Arrow

Flew The Arrow is the spiritual guise of Lee McGilvray, he has grown his reputation as an original Alternative and Contemporary Folk Singer/Songwriter and Acoustic Fingerstylist.

Wendy Stewart

Wendy Stewart has toured the world spreading her knowledge, understanding and love of the harp, and Scottish traditional music.

As a player and singer, she re-interprets traditional material in a historically informed yet refreshing way. Her compositions are melodically sinuous, rooted in the tradition but seeking out the creative.

Music at the Multiverse 2021

For health and safety reasons and to allow safe set-up of the performance area, Crawick Multiverse will close to the general public on Thursday 26th August at 4pm.
Access to the landforms will be restricted during Music at the Multiverse. Crawick Multiverse will reopen for visitors on Tuesday 31st August at 10am.


This project is part-financed by the Scottish Government and the European Union – LEADER 2014-2020 programme
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