After saying last year would be the last, Loopallu returns to last year's location of Ullapool Pier, Ross and Cromarty, in Scotland, on Friday 28th and Saturday 28th September 2018.
Leading the names are Alabama 3, The Bluetones, and British Sea Power, while for ska and punk there's Bad Manners, and John Cooper Clarke. From the Hebrides and with a new album are Astrid, there's new talent with HYYTS, and Mark Radcliffe and Paul Langley present the first outing of ‘new-age electronica for the cerebral raver’ UNE.
Also, in conjunction with Ullapool Book Festival there's Literally Literary which will welcome crimewriter extraordinaire Val McDermid to Loopallu this September.
Tickets are priced at £80 plus booking fee, and obviously will not include camping. A child (5-12 years) ticket is priced at £15 with children (aged 0-4 years) able to attend for free.
Following changes for 2017, there is no-longer any camping included with the festival ticket. There is accomodation available in the area.
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