This group are the flagbearers of the Yellow Movement, which is a creative community that aims to bring people together in peace, love and music. They are a “shiny disco ball hat wearing, ultimate genre hopping, twisted festival, live stage machine” that are passionate about music, entertaining and laughing.
Colonel Mustard will perform as part of Burns Night Live and we’re not shy in telling you that there’s nowhere else on earth that celebrates Burns Night quite like we do and for the first time in our history, Burns Night falls on a Friday.
Pushing the way, we celebrate Burns Night to the limits, this year’s show will invite international talent, comedians, celebrity hosts and some of Scotland’s best party animals to the world famous Spiegeltent in the name of Scotland’s Bard.
"The band behind the Yellow Movement will play the most militarised border in the world in the hope of spreading ‘widespread feelings of hope for peace’” “Glasgow's own Colonel Mustard And The Dijon Five have been invited to South Korea to play a festival with a big idea behind it.” “The socially-conscious outfit behind the Yellow Movement are flying out to be a part of the DMZ Peace Train Music Festival."Glasgow Live
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