Belladrum 24; Ride in Style

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D&E Coaches Unveils Shuttle Buses for Belladrum 2024

Recently the first announcement for Belladrum 2024 saw the announcement of Deacom Blue and Sugababes as Friday and Saturday headliners respectively. Following on from this D&E Coaches have released tickets for the Belladrum shuttle buses. After the well documented traffic queues in 2023, the official shuttle buses promise a more convenient way to get to Belladrum 2024.

Director Amy Nicholson expressed her delight in partnering with Belladrum once again; “We’re delighted to be partnering with Belladrum again this year to offer shuttle buses to and from the festival site from across Inverness and Ross-shire. Shuttle buses provide a convenient and easy way to get to and from the festival – and help reduce the high levels of traffic faced by festival-goers this year.Not only that, but by sharing transport, we are able to reduce emissions, keeping our Highland air cleaner in the process.”

Belladrum Tartan Heart festival coordinator Naomi Hollas added: “We are delighted to renew our partnership with D&E Coaches for 2024. We take pride in working closely with this local company to offer our audience a convenient, safe and more sustainable travel option to Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival.”

Festival shuttle buses from Ross-shire will call at Dingwall, Maryburgh, Conon Bridge, Muir of Ord, Beauly High Street and Beauly Campsite – while Inverness shuttles will also stop at Bunchrew and Inchmore.

For tickets and more information, visit D&E Coaches or follow them on Facebook. Don’t miss the chance to ride in style to the 20th edition of Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival from July 25-27, 2024

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Chris Lemon
Chris Lemon
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