Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival is a firm favourite on the festival calendar, with a loyal following of fervent fans that return year on year.
With five stages and an all-ages approach, Belladrum 2015 will offer a great mix of local and international artists, and is guaranteed to have something to your taste.
With fantastic music ranging across a variety of genres - indie, rock, Dance, Celtic, Celtic rock, blues, roots, singer-songwriter and many more - as well as a brilliant array of children's entertainment, street theatre, cabaret, cinema, alternative therapies and food and drink so is perfect for all of the family.
One of the unique benefits of Bella is the scenery. The festival takes place in a beautiful Highland setting with terraced Italian gardens, mature trees, fields and parkland with the hills beyond.
Belladrum Festival 2015 continues to excite and enthrall with its mixture of natural beauty and raw excitement, and is certainly cementing itself as a hidden gems in the festival circuit.
In order to limit numbers of non-disabled persons camping and parking in the disabled area, specific rules apply to acquiring disabled tickets, disabled carers’ tickets and to disabled persons’ guests in that area. Parties are restricted to four and only one car per party.
Please email Mary Ferguson (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details. Please DO NOT buy your tickets from any outlet for the disabled area before you have been in touch with Mary.
Are all areas of the festival accessible by wheel chair? Yes, and there are special disabled viewing areas in may of the arenas
Can I bring a carer with me? If you are registered disabled? Disabled persons must be in possession of a full ticket for the event. However, if they are registered disabled, they may apply to Mary Ferguson (email: email@example.com) for a free carer’s pass for a companion and for an orange parking pass which allows them and their carer access to the disabled camping area.
Where do I park? Mary will issue an orange pass which will allow you to park in the disabled parking/camping area.
Belladrum takes place in the beautiful Highland surroundings of Belladrum Estate, near Beauly in Inverness-shire. The independent festival has built a reputation for its eclectic line-ups, its offbeat non-musical entertainments and its all-ages approach. The festival won a VisitScotland Thistle Award in 2009 and is a past winner of the Grassroots Festival Award at the UK Festival Awards, the festival industry's 'oscars'.