A music festival in honour of John Lennon will take place in the same remote Scottish village where the murdered Beatles star used to spend his childhood summers. Musical sets, poetry recitals, film screenings and a huge dance event in an enormous sea cave will span three days of celebrations at Durness, Scotland in September (07). Lennon's cousin Stan Parkes says his famous relation would have been "delighted and surprised" to learn about the festival. The singer/songwriter spent five summers in the area as a youngster.