CLEAN Bandit, Musselburgh musician Callum Beattie and a magician from last year’s Britain’s Got Talent final are among the acts due to perform at the Out East festival, which will be held in the grounds of Gosford House this summer.

Those behind the festival have confirmed the line-up for the festival, which is being held on August 6 and 7, and say it “has been designed to offer something for everyone”.

The acts are all spread across five stages, with a funfair, campsite and woodland trails all also on offer.

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Alongside Clean Bandit and Callum Beattie, Tinchy Stryder, The Futureheads, Glasvegas, Sister Sledge and Ministry of Sound Classical 34-piece orchestra are all among those confirmed to be performing at the family friendly event.

There is also going to be a kids Schools Out stage, keeping children both young and old entertained, engaged and inspired.

Kids, and their parents, are being told to expect everything from circus and comedy to science and storytelling, as well as some special guest appearances which are still to be announced.

Magic Bones, a finalist in last year’s Britain’s Got Talent, will also be showing some tricks, and David O’Doherty, star of 8 Out of 10 Cats, will be reading from his latest children’s novel series ‘Danger is Everywhere’.

David will also be performing some comedy on The Outpost stage, an open-air cabaret with a mix of spoken words, talks, dance and theatre.

Food will be served in The Pigout. Programmed by Canteen Street Food Festival, it will feature food traders such as Bross Bagels, Pizza Geeks, Good Time Tacos and King of Feasts, as well as locally sourced vegan goodies.

In the midst of the festival, on an island among the trees and wildlife will be The Breakout, a wellbeing area that will provide a retreat from the buzz of the festival. It will also have drop-in classes, talks, treatments and the chance to dip your feet in the pond on the estate.

Hidden in the woods and forest trails of Gosford House is the travelling Woodland Joy Machine, presented by Samedia Shebeen. The international DJs will be joined by a variety of hand-picked special guests.

Shane Grieve, festival director, said: “We want Out East to be about more than great music, so we’ve sourced the best experiences and curated something magical.

“We’re bringing in some of the biggest names in music such as Sister Sledge and Ministry of Sound and mixing them with fresh talent.

Comedians, dancers, poets and a few surprise guests will also add to the festival atmosphere.”

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