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Belladrum Festival 2012 on Fri 3rd August 2012
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Belladrum Tartan Heart is quite simply, the friendliest, wackiest, most inclusive festival in Scotland!
Now in its 9th year, the Belladrum Tartan Heart festival is a firm favourite on the festival calendar, with a loyal following who return year on year.
With five stages and a lo-fi approach, Belladrum offers 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.
If none of the entertainment takes your fancy it is worth getting to Belladrum just for the scenery. It is takes place in a beautiful Highland setting with terraced Italian gardens, mature trees, fields and parkland with the hills beyond.
Belladrum 2012 takes place over 3rd and 4th August, on the stunning Belladrum Estate in Inverness.
Advance earlybird adult weekend tickets are £90. They include parking and camping, except for campervans and caravans which will be charged £50 per vehicle. Please purchase a Campervan/Caravan ticket in advance if you need one.
As in previous years, tickets for children 12 & under are free but must be purchased before you arrive.
There is a Restriction of three under 18 children attending per adult
Children nearing the age of 12 and persons just over 18 are strongly advised to bring ID
Lineup So Far
We Are Scientists
To KIll A King
Whisky River band
The Red Kites
Music Genres: House, Indie, Pop, Rock
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