An all-ages family event and the largest camping and outdoor festival in Scotland, the 17th Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival will take place from Thursday 29th to Saturday 31st July 2021.
Acts include headliners Nile Rodgers & Chic, Emeli Sande, and Van Morrison, plus others including The Fratellis, Shed Seven, Passenger, Stiff Little Fingers, Tide Lines, The Magic Numbers, Goodbye Mr Mackenzie, Dreadzone, Colonel Mustard & The Dijon Five, Ibibio Sound Machine, Manran, Kyle Falconer, Billie Marten, Kawala, Neon Waltz, The East Pointers, Admiral Fallow, Lucia & The Best Boys, The Kinaris Quintet, Torridon, The Hawkmen, Beans On Toast, I See Rivers, and more, with more to be announced.
For the details as available please see the line-up page.
Tickets from 2020 are valid for 2021. Some tickets for 2021 might be available on the link below.
Tickets are priced are as follows:-
Adult 3-day ticket: £148
Includes entry to ceilidh, camping AND MAIN STAGE THURSDAY NIGHT.
Saturday adult ticket: £88
Includes entry to camping and arena from Saturday 4th August 2018
Child ticket (12 & Under): free (but needs ticket).
Only valid with photo ID. All under-18s must be accompanied by an adult AGED 21 & OVER.
Standard campervan/caravan pass: £75
7 x 4.5m Pitch. One Per Vehicle. Does not include entry to the festival or electric hookup.
Jumbo campervan/caravan pass: £115
10x10m Pitch. One Per Vehicle. Does not include entry to the festival or electric hookup.
VW campervan pass: £75
One Per VW Campervan (separate VW area). Does not include entry to the festival or electric hookup.
Standard electric hookup add-on - does NOT include pitch: £97
Upgrade: adds electric hook-up to a pitch ONLY WHEN PRESENTED WITH A Standard Campervan/Caravan Pass
VW electric hookup add-on - does NOT include pitch: £97
Upgrade: adds electric hook-up to a pitch ONLY WHEN PRESENTED WITH A VW CAMPERVAN PASS
Around the site
New for 2019 is The Belladrum Boffinarium, a bespoke science area with experiments, shows, talks, debates, exhibitions, quizzes, and more.
Thursday car parks and camping areas will be open from 8am on the Thursday, with the arena opening at 1pm.
Belladrum offers plenty of interest aside from the music, including an array of entertainment for children, although the fairground rides will not be on site this year. Attractions include street theatre, cabaret, cinema, dance, alternative therapies, stalls, food and drink.
The Fancy Dress theme for 2019 will be 'Sci-fi', with the fancy dress competition returning to the festival’s Venus Flytrap Big Top on the Saturday afternoon.
There'll be more information here when available.
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