Vibration Festival in Callendar Park

Feeder are the headline act in Falkirk’s brand new music festival ,  the Vibration Festival . The band will be hitting the stage at the Vibration Festival in Callendar Park on Saturday, May 25. Book your airport transfer to Falkirk from Edinburgh Airport on 0800-6190575 .

Feeder gained fame for the footstomping hits Buck Rogers and Just the Way I’m Feeling.

The core of the outfit, singer Grant Nicholas and Taka Hirose, have been creating emotion-stuffed anthems since the mid-1990s and are masters of their craft in the live arena.

It was the band’s third LP Echo Park (2001) which brought them to the attention of the masses and they followed it up with a string of popular and critically acclaimed releases, including Comfort in Sound (2002) and Pushing the Senses (2005).

Their most recent album was a well-received best of compilation . 

Feeder are the first big act confirmed for the fledgling festival, but they certainly will not be the last as Polmont’s Ure brothers, David and Andy, are committed to bringing top notch live outdoor music to the area on a scale not seen since Big in Falkirk finished  in 2009. The Coral and the Alabama 3 have also been signed up .

Organiser Andy said: “This is the first year of the festival and we wanted to deliver a strong line up, so securing Feeder is a fantastic achievement. They are known for bringing a brilliant, energetic live set and we think they’ll sound awesome playing in front of Callendar House.

“The full line-up is almost complete and we have something for everyone, so we can’t wait to announce the other acts. We hope local people will support Vibration Festival in its first year.

“It’s in their hands to allow this to grow and become an annual event to be proud of.”

Vibration will be a heady combination of live performance sets, tasty culinary delights and refreshing beverages designed to complement the mighty musical buzz.

Big brother David added: “The focus will be on great live music, but there is a full day of entertainment lined up, from street performers to theatre, with a focus on family and we hope lots of youngsters will be introduced to their first festival experience at Vibration Festival.”

As well as a main stage featuring top turns like Feeder, the festival will also boast a second stage which will host local up and coming bands and allow them to kick out their jams to a massive crowd of music fans.

Vibration Festival tickets are on sale at

People can also visit or the event’s Facebook Page to keep abreast of all the latest announcements.

Falkirk tours

Explore the famous Kelpies , the Falkirk Wheel and Callendar House in Falkirk . Normal pickup point is Edinburgh city centre hotel . Five hour private tour around Falkirk for up to 4 passengers. Tours start at 10 am weekdays and 1.30 pm weekends.

Visit the famous Kelpies , the Falkirk Wheel and Callendar House in Falkirk for a unique experience .

Tours start at 10 am weekdays and 11.30 pm weekends. Falkirk tours cost £175. Freephone 0800-6190575 for more details and bookings .

Normal pickup point is Edinburgh city centre or the port


  • 6 hour private tour group day trip around Falkirk
  • Explore the world famous Kelpies , a tribute to the Clydesdale horses that used to pull barges along the canals of Scotland
  • the Falkirk Wheel , a unique rotating boat lift
  • historic Callendar House is a five star attraction and a member of VisitScotland’s  VIP scheme.
  • Take in unique views of the historic Callendar House and Park
  • Small private group tour with a maximum of four people

Callendar House has just received a five-star rating from VisitScotland. The 14th century building, set within Callendar Park and opened to the public in 1996 after centuries as a family home with links to Mary Queen of Scots , has achieved the national tourism organisation’s top-quality award. The House dates back to the 14th century.

For categories including core experience, catering, hospitality, friendliness, staff efficiency and cleanliness it reached “exceptional” standard following a Quality Assurance visit.

The house is a credit to the local area and is a fantastic free day out. It features art, history, interactive fun and a warm welcome from the team, all set within beautiful parklands. Also possibly the best cakes in Falkirk in the tearoom.

The House, which sits along a stretch of the Antonine Wall, is also a member of VisitScotland’s Taste Our Best and VIP schemes. It boasts a working 19th century kitchen where costumed staff create an interactive experience for visitors and offer samples of early 1800s food as well as a museum which details the story of the house and area covering the 11th to 19th centuries.

Falkirk’s tourism offering going from strength to strength as it becomes the third five-star attraction in the area.

Our tour of Falkirk features a visit to the world famous Kelpies , the Falkirk Wheel and Callendar House.

We stop for up to an hour at each location .

Lunch and refreshments are not included in the price .

Visit our website to find out more about Falkirk tours or phone 07305-294773 .

The Helix Park features  27 kilometres ( 17 miles ) of cycleways and footpaths , making it an ideal resort for families as well as walkers and cyclists. The Park is on the route of the new John Muir Way which goes from Dunbar , Muir’s home town , to the west coast of Scotland .  The Helix Park in Grangemouth covers a greenspace of almost 300 hectares. Opening up Scotland’s canal network, the Helix will also offer an outdoor recreational area filled with woodland, park, watersports lagoon, pathways, cycleways, and the hugely anticipated 30m landmark sculptures, the Kelpies.

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