- Published in 2018 Lineup
Saturday 1st Sept // 18:00 // SHOREFIELDS
The shiny disco ball hat wearing, ultimate genre hopping, twisted festival, live stage machine that puts the emphasis on music, entertaining and laughter, Colonel Mustard & the Dijon 5 are a party at its most outrageous and ridiculous.
Imagine Primal Scream and Happy Mondays had children genetically fused with the DNA of Frank Zappa, Bob Marley, James Brown, George Clinton and Neil Diamond.
Their live shows have included riding over the crowd in an inflatable Dijunicorn, laughter yoga, hug-offs, dance-offs in a giant hay bird nest, singalongs about dancing in gay discos and being heartbroken by ginger people, line dancing and high 5ing to the beats.
Expect the unexpected when The Dijon Family come to town!
The flag-bearers of the Yellow Movement. A creative community making things happen and bringing people together in peace, love and music. This is their manifesto:
"Laugh until you no longer know what it is to hate, release your soul, determine your own fate, lose your self consciousness, find anonymous awesomeness, in bottomless thoughtfulness, lose your inhibitions, forget the distractions, take non-violent direct action, be your own improvement, use your illusion. You are never alone, anyone can happen, be the best you, you can be. This is the blueprint, we are the nuisance, the fluent union of amusement. The Yellow Movement, the evolution revolution, a symbiosis of (un)conscious and conscience... do join us."
**Winner of Best Live Act at the Scottish Alternative Music Awards 2015.**
**Winner of Best UK Act at the Pure M Awards 2015** (Ireland's Music, Art & Culture Magazine).
**Shortlisted for the Scottish Music Industry Association's Scottish Album of the Year 2015.**
"There’s a revolution happening in Scottish music – and it’s yellow." - Impulse Magazine.
"Like a new Sensational Alex Harvey Band" - James Allan (Glasvegas).
"...the most mind-blowing band we've seen in a long time... UNBELIEVABLY unsigned." - Matthew Priest (Dodgy).
"One of the most entertaining live acts in Scotland right now..." - Jim Gellatly (Music journalist & Amazing Radio DJ)