Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival is a firm favourite on the festival calendar, with a loyal following of fervent fans that return year on year.
With fantastic music ranging across a variety of genres - indie, rock, Dance, Celtic, Celtic rock, blues, roots, singer-songwriter and many more - as well as a brilliant array of children's entertainment, street theatre, cabaret, cinema, alternative therapies and food and drink so is perfect for all of the family.
One of the unique benefits of Bella is the scenery. The festival takes place in a beautiful Highland setting with terraced Italian gardens, mature trees, fields and parkland with the hills beyond.
Belladrum Festival continues to excite and enthral with its mixture of natural beauty and raw excitement, and is certainly cementing itself as a hidden gem in the festival circuit.
FULL LINE UP: Nile Rogers & Chic / Van Morrison / Emeli Sande / Passenger / Shed Seven / Stiff Little Fingers / Tide Lines / The Magic Numbers / Colonel Mustard & The Dijon Five / Ibibio Sound Machine / Manran / Kyle Falconer / Billie Marten / Kawala / Neon Waltz / The East Pointers / The Hawkmen / Beans on Toast / The Kinaris Quintet / I See Rivers / Black Water County / Another Sky / Project Smok / Wuh Oh / Luke La Volpe / Kier Gibson / Sam Johnson / Noisy / Jack Cullen / Rhythmnreel / The Dangleberries / James Mckenzie / Esperanza / Callum Mcphail Trio / Fun Box / The Roov / Tweed / Schiehallion Journey North
Last year's lineup
2019 Line Up
Colonel Mustard and the Dijon Five
Coco & the Butterfields
... and more.
Belladrum Tartan Heart festival information & FAQs
Ticket Information & FAQs
Skiddle guarantee that we have the lowest booking fees available for Belladrum Tartan Heart festival tickets. We are an official primary ticket outlet and all tickets are processed and dispatched by Skiddle direct to you. All our tickets are sold at face value and originate directly from the event organiser.
When is Belladrum 2021?
Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival returns to Belladrum Estate Thursday July 29th to Sunday August 1st 2021.
Where is Belladrum?
Belladrum is located on the Belladrum Estate, By Beauly, Inverness in the Highlands of Scotland. The postcode is IV4 7BA.
How do I get to Belladrum?
By Car - It is recommended to arrive early to use the designated car parks, it can take between 5- 15 minutes to walk to your campsite.
By Bus - Shuttle runs from Inverness Bus Station and regular bus services from Scottish Towns Transport are available.
By Taxi - There are several local taxi firms to choose from.
By Air - Inverness Airport is 45 minutes drive from Belladrum. It takes approximately 1.5 hours to fly from London.
How much are Belladrum tickets?
Tickets start from £88 plus booking fee for Saturday Adult Tickets, 3 Day Weekend Tickets start from £188 plus booking fee.
Are pre-payment plan tickets available?
Yes Payment Plan tickets are available so you can spread the cost of your ticket over multiple smaller payments. You can find more information about Payment Plans here
What happens If I bought a ticket and cannot attend?
Unfortunately we can’t issue you with a refund if you can’t make the event due to work commitments or your mates have dropped out. In these circumstances, we advise passing on your tickets privately to avoid losing out on the money spent.
Refunds can only be offered if the event is cancelled or postponed, as agreed upon purchase.
Does Belladrum have onsite camping?
Yes Belladrum has various options for camping and campervans across the site.
Does Belladrum have any age restrictions?
Belladrum is a family festival, all ages welcome. You may be asked to show photo ID.
What ID is accepted?
The festival accepts Passports, Driving Licences and any other photo ID with a PASS logo.
Can I bring my own food and drink into Belladrum?
You are allowed to bring food and drink to the campsite however you are not allowed to bring your own food and drink into the festival site. There will be a wide variety of food and drink stalls inside the festival, serving up organic, vegetarian and vegan options.
Can I leave and re-enter?
Yes, until midnight. After midnight the gates won't re-open until 8am.
What are the set times?
The exact timings are confirmed much closer to the festival. Once confirmed they will be available within the free programme and posted up by each stage.
How do I access my tickets?
Your RapidScan tickets can be accessed at any time by logging into www.skiddle.com/orders or heading to the 'my tickets' section of the Skiddle app.
Where can I leave my car?
Parking is free at Belladrum! You need to download your parking pass here.
Disabled Access Information
BELLADRUM 2021 ACCESS SCHEME
PERSONAL ASSISTANT TICKETS
A Personal Assistant ticket (also known as a carer’s ticket) is offered free of charge when somebody with a disability requires a carer to be in attendance with them. Please note we have a fixed allocation of personal assistant tickets which are allocated on a first come first serve basis.
To be eligible, please provide a copy of one of the following pieces of documentation listed below.
> Front page of DLA / PIP (no specific rate)
> Front page of Attendance Allowance letter (no specific rate)
> Evidence that registered severely sight impaired (blind)
For your free Personal Assistant Ticket, you should then apply to Belladrum with your documentation along with your 16-digit order reference number by emailing email@example.com
MOBILITY CAMPING AND PARKING AREA
Blue Badge campers (higher rate mobility) can camp and/or park in the Mobility Camping & Parking Area. Persons without mobility issues should park in the appropriate area for where they want to camp (quiet/family/general) - parking passes available here:https://www.skiddle.com/pages/bellapasses.php
IF YOU ARE A BLUE BADGE HOLDER (higher rate mobility):
You should book the tickets you require (not including any Live-In Vehicle or Personal Assistant tickets required) through our tickets page. For your free Personal Assistant Ticket and access to the Mobility Camping & Parking Area for your party you should then apply to Belladrum by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. (Parties restricted to 4 persons & 1 car per application).
Please supply evidence of being a Blue Badge holder (higher rate mobility), along with your 16-digit order reference number & the number of Mobility Area passes required. Assuming you qualify, we will issue you with your Mobility Camping Area passes and your Mobility Area Vehicle pass.
MOBILITY CAMPERVAN/CARAVAN AREA
The Mobility Campervan/Caravan Area is situated in an area closest to the main arena. You need to have tickets to this area and to have qualified for these as a blue badge holder. To get a campervan/caravan ticket for the Mobility Campervan/Caravan Area and an electrical hook-up if you require one, you should apply for these through Belladrum by emailing email@example.com. (Do not buy these tickets through the normal tickets page.)
Please supply evidence of being a Blue Badge holder (higher rate mobility), along with your 16-digit order reference number & the number of Mobility Area Campervan Passes / Electric Hook Up Add Ons required.
Where do I park as a blue badge (higher rate mobility) day visitor?
If you have a Mobility Area pass and Mobility Area Vehicle pass, you can day park in the Mobility Parking & Camping area.
Are all areas of the festival accessible by wheelchair?
Yes, and there are special viewing areas in many of the arenas; however, this is an outdoor event and conditions could become muddy and slippery.
Can I apply for my Personal Assistant ticket or Mobility Area pass later in the year?
There is a limit for personal assistant tickets and a limit on mobility camping and parking capacity. Once these are reached we cannot accept any further applications.
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The history of Belladrum Tartan Heart festival
Belladrum takes place in the beautiful Highland surroundings of Belladrum Estate, near Beauly in Inverness-shire. The independent festival has built a reputation for its eclectic line-ups, its offbeat non-musical entertainments and its all-ages approach. The festival 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'.