A TINY CHANGES pop-up stage has been announced for Connect festival later this month.

Organisers have confirmed the likes of Joesef, Lizzie Reid, Terra Kin, Admiral Fallow, Raveloe, No Windows, James Liandu, Lewis McLaughlin, Djana Gabrielle and others will perform at the Gardeners Cottage across the weekend.

The acts will play between 1pm and 4pm with additional guest performers to be teased through a series of clues on the day of their set.

Tiny Changes is a charity set up to support the mental health of young people having been established in memory of Frightened Rabbit singer Scott Hutchison.

Scott performed at the original Connect Festival with Frightened Rabbit back in 2007 on a similar stage. Tiny Changes is Scott’s legacy and Scotland’s very first national children and young people’s mental health charity funding projects and ideas that help young minds feel better. 

The Tiny Changes team are excited to bring this special event to the Royal Highland Centre this August.

Kara Brown, the charity's CEO, said: “Tiny Changes is so excited to be this year’s Connect charity partner and add something extra special to the festival together, inspired by Scott and helping young minds feel better.

"Without the support of the music industry and music fans, we wouldn’t have the national youth work presence we do today, and we’re just getting started.” 

Katt Lingard, project manager with Connect, added: “We’ve created a beautiful, intimate, and completely unique setting for festival goers to connect with some of their favourite acts from across our line-up.

"The Tiny Changes Cottage will feature exclusive acoustic performances from firm favourites, grassroots talent - and some very secret sets to be announced throughout the weekend - this is a corner of the festival like no other and all for a very good cause - We can’t wait for you to experience it with us.”

Connect will take place on August 26 at Edinburgh’s Royal Highland Centre, and will feature a mixture of up-and-coming talent and award-winning headliners.

For tickets, visit connectmusicfestival.com/tickets