Belladrum Tartan Heart (virtual) Festival for 2020

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Belladrum announce virtual replacement for Belladrum 2020.

With festival season cancelled (although Belladrum 2021 is looking good) this year it’s time to create our own. On August 1st make sure to pitch a tent, cover your face in glitter and enjoy the luxury of an actual toilet as you enjoy a 2020 version of Belladrum!

The Belladrum Tartan Heart (virtual) Festival has come to save our summer with live performances, interactive kids craft activities, the Belladrum Pub Quiz, archive footage, interviews, special guests, competitions and so much more from 1-11pm across their social media pages.

Team Bella commented;

“Just like you, we were are all heartbroken when it became apparent that Belladrum would not be able to take place this summer and decided something had to be done to keep the Bella spirit alive in 2020.” 

BBC Alba will also be covering the festival by showing both past highlights and new content from 5-6pm and rounding off the day from 9-11pm.

Keep an eye out for the full line up coming in the next few weeks!

In the meantime please relive previous Belladrum’s with out coverage here.

Virtual Bella will be across their social channels from 1pm to 11pm on the 1st of August 2020.

Belladrum 2021 will be held on will be held on the 29th, 30th & 31st July 2021. Tickets are sold out, but returns and upgrades are available from this link.

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Kenna Ross
Kenna Ross
Kenna is a passionate musician who recently graduated with an honours degree in popular music. She has been playing piano in bands since 2015 but has been a solo pianist for a lot longer. It was Kenna’s love of the local music scene that brought her to write for Inverness gigs in early 2017. You’ll see her covering festivals and gigs; you may even see her playing them too.

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