The Kelburn Garden Party is a Scottish arts and music festival, held in the grounds of a thirteenth century castle.
Basking in creativity, the festival showcases a programme full of music, art, theatre, poetry, workshops and more inside the the magical woodland by Kelburn Castle.
Last year's lineup featured sets from Jayda G and Dominik Eulberg, alongside political activist and poet Akala, in what the festival calls a "cultural safari for the mind, body and soul."
Kelburn Castle, near Fairlie in Scotland, is the seat of the Earl of Glasgow, and was originally built in the thirteenth century.
Kelburn Castle is just 50 minutes from Glasgow and 2 hours from Edinburgh. The nearest train station to the site is Largs, which is just 5 minutes away. The festival will be operating a shuttle bus service from Largs train station.
The festival will also be running bus services from Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Kelburn Castle is 30 minutes from Glasgow airport.
Yes, there will be parking available at the festival. However, no cars will be allowed onto the site after 10pm.
The cost of parking varies from £6 to £15 depending on the size of your vehicle and whether you book a parking ticket in advance.