WIDE DAYS have announced the line-up for their annual Scottish showcase, set to return to Edinburgh’s Teviot Row House and La Belle Angele this April.

Attracting industry figureheads from all over the UK, this year’s showcase will take place on Friday 12th April and will once again feature an eclectic range of homegrown talent.

The diverse line-up will include jazz-infused singer-songwriter Megan Airlie, alternative R&B outfit Van Ives, new pop prospect SHEARS aswell as Edinburgh electronic acts Chuchoter and Eyes Of Others. There will also be showings from indie rock band Parliamo and post-punkers Franky’s Evil Party.

Wide Days has been extended to three days for the first time in celebration of its tenth anniversary. Taking place from 11th-13th April, the live programme has been expanded to include a special welcome party on the Thursday night curated by Antidote Booking aswell as Festival Takeover on the Saturday night which will see three Scottish festivals put on their own lineups. Details will be revealed on Friday.

Tickets are available on the Wide Days website.