goNORTH Lineup announced for Belladrum 2011

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Belladrum have just announced the line up for the goNORTH Seedlings Stage 2011. Consolidating on the success of the recent goNORTH they have brought together an exciting, cross-genre selection of emerging artists to one of the finest independent festivals in the country.

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‘Belladrum is a fantastic platform for new bands and year on year delivers a diverse, highly inventive festival experience’, said goNORTH Director Shaun Arnold. ‘The wider line up again looks excellent and it’s a real privilege to be programming the dedicated new music stage for 2011.’

We are delighted to be deepening our involvement still further with goNorth this year, in that they have booked the majority of the acts on the goNORTH Seedlings Stage’, added Festival Booker Joe Gibbs. ‘The acts that they have programmed are the cream of local, Scottish and wider UK talent and we look forward to them playing in front of the Bella audience, one of the best audiences in the world.’

The goNORTH Seedlings Stage 2011, looks like this:

Friday August 5
The River 68’s
Kid Canaveral
The Boosts
Chasing Owls

Storey Books
Native Roses

St Leonards

Saturday August 6

The Leonard Jones Potential
Be Like Pablo
Aerials Up
Always The Sixth
The Little Mill Of Happiness
The Whisky River Band


There are some new names to us on the list (and others not so new) we look forward to seeing the talent on offer. We have also been promised that July will see another podcast special from Netsounds Unsigned to help guide you through some of the acts on offer.

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