This is the 10th anniversary of the small intimate festival with a line-up of well known festival favourites and Scottish acts. It is primarily a festival geared towards entertaining the local community, and takes place on Friday 26th and Sunday 27th September 2014 at Ullapool, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland.
Headliners Shed Seven, and Twin Atlantic are joined by The Undertones, Utah Saints, Alabama 3, Public Service Broadcasting, Neon Waltz, Kim Churchill, Vigo Thieves, Hunter and The Bear, White, Baby Strange, Ullapool Pipe Band, Model Aeroplanes, The Vatersay Boys, Mark Radcliffe, and The Foes, Davy Cowan & The Hose Beast, Hunter and The Bear, rhythmnreel, John the DJ, Tweed, Martin Stephenson, Vic Galloway, Ally Macrae, Grousebeater Sound System, The Revellers, Taylor & Marie, and Rootofsound DJs.
For the line-up details as available please click here.
Making it's debut, in association with Ullapool Book Festival is Literally Literary, a celebration of writing which includes Christopher Brookmyre; Mairi Hedderwick; Doug Johnstone; and Vic Galloway.
Tickets have sold out. Tickets were priced at £65 without camping, £80 with weekend camping, and caravan tickets priced at £25. Weekend tickets for children aged 6-12 years are priced at £10 with or without camping. Under-5s are free, though everyone under 16 needs to be accompanied by an adult.
Prices do not include booking fees.
New for this year, Loopallu have teamed up with Ullapool Book Festival to present Literally Literary, a celebration of writing which includes authors Christopher Brookmyre, Katie Morag creator Mairi Hedderwick, Doug Johnstone, and BBC presenter Vic Galloway chats about his debut novel and Aidan Moffat.
Situated in the pretty little fishing village of Ullapool on the shores Loch Broom Loopallu has activities for all ages in addition to the music. The festival also offers local food and drink along with fringe events throughout the village.
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