Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival sells out

Scotland's Belladrum Tartan Heart give fans resale window

Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival sells out

Photographer:Shirlaine Forrest

Virtual Festivals - 31 March 2014

All weekend and Saturday tickets for Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival 2014 have now sold out, five months ahead of the event taking place. The family-friendly festival, which is in its eleventh year, often attracts a large number of families with children under 12, who can attend free of charge.

Last week it was announced that sex bomber and Voice star, Tom Jones, would join nobodies indie wet dream Razorlight in headlining the two day event this August.

Joining the music line-up will be, in a first for a Scottish music festival, a group of Scottish wrestlers grappling it out in ‘A Rumble On The Drum’. Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival will bear witness to six matches per day – including a tag match - fought under American-style rules, and featuring a story-line over the two days. Fans will be able to watch Scottish wrestling stars Grado and Jack Jester – stars of the BBC1 documentary ‘Insane Fight Club’. Also fighting will be Noam Dar and Wolfgang, with more stars yet to be announced.

Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival 2014 takes place from Friday 8 - Saturday 9 August in Beauly, Inverness-shire, Scotland and has a capacity of 16,500. Other acts already confirmed to play the festival this year include: Frightened Rabbit, Billy Bragg, The Temperance Movement, Adrian Emondson & The Bad Shepherds, The Mekons and Casual Sex.

The festival, which this year takes a theme of 'Wild Life', won a VisitScotland Thistle Award in 2009 and is a past winner of the Grassroots Festival Award at the UK Festival Awards, the festival industry’s ‘oscars’. If you took away the international audience and the celebrities.

Although tickets are now sold out, any holders of Saturday tickets can buy upgrades to weekend tickets online.

Any unwanted eTickets can also be returned to for resale. These will be offered for general sale at 11:00 on Monday 2 June so put the date in the diary. Sellers will be reimbursed the ticket face value (£100) and buyers will be charged ticket face value plus booking fee (£106.35). Holders of tickets bought under the deposit scheme must be paid up by May 31 or they will be forfeited and offered for resale.


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