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Welcome to The Outsider, a new event which combines all the best things about a music festival with a huge range of other activities, both in the festival arena and for the first time, outside it too.

Taking place at beautiful Rothiemurchus in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, The Outsider will allow people to make the most of some of the UK's most glorious scenery. Access is easy as the site is only two miles from the A9 at Aviemore.

With a strong environmental agenda The Outsider isn't hiding from the issues. It's a festival for people who care about the world and want to participate rather than just consume. Just goes to show that wanting to save the planet doesn't mean you can't have a good time!
As well as KT Tunstall and Crowded House - two of the best music acts on the planet - festival-goers can expect a fantastic line up of other class acts, cool new bands and DJs with a sound Scottish element. You'll also get a top quality programme of film, comedy and debate. A huge selection of activities onsite and off will include: the Merida Outsider Mountain Bike event, Britain's Most Beautiful Run, wildlife walks, gorge walking, rafting, canoeing and astronomy. There will be loads to do no matter how active (or not) you want to be. More info here >

Check through the website and start planning your weekend - new info will be added as it comes through, but we reckon there won't be a better time to be had anywhere in the UK this midsummer weekend.

Click the link below to be among the first to know about Outsider information updates and releases. We will not share your details with anyone else. It would be great if you could include your postcode

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