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A very special version of Belladrum will still take place this summer!
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.
Today we can confirm that on Saturday 1st August we will be running a virtual festival celebrating all things Belladrum. There will be live performances, interactive kids craft activities, the Belladrum Pub Quiz, archive footage, interviews, special guests, competitions and so much more throughout the day across our social media pages.
On top of our social media coverage, our wonderful friends BBC ALBA will also broadcast two Belladrum specials featuring both brand new content and archive footage from 17:00-18:00 and then to round of the day from 21:00-23:00.
So get ready to turn your home and garden into your very own Belladrum Tartan Home Festival this August!
Please note: All live stream events are subject to change. Not all events listed are live performances by the artist - they also include archived concerts, DJ sets, masterclasses, Q&As and more.
Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5
Colonel Mustard & the Dijons are the shiny disco ball helmet wearing, ultimate genre hopping, twisted festival, live stage machine that put the emphasis on music, laughter and entertaining. Like a Dean Martin and Kenny Rogers hybrid with DNA of Bob Marley and Neil Diamond on mushrooms! Their live show has included laughter, yoga, Justin Bieber exorcisms, gaffa taped crowd surfing, mass group hugs, dance offs, creating beats by getting the crowd high 5ing, sing alongs about dancing in gay discos and being heart broken by ginger people, Mexican boings (like a Mexican wave but getting the crowd to say boing from one side to other) partial nudity and cattle stampede. Their music is a party at its most outrageous, ridiculous and joyous and you’re on a VIP list!
See 2 tour dates featuring Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5
Rocking the folk world with an exhilarating performance packed with energy, passion, pride and fiery sounds.
See 4 tour dates featuring Torridon
Tamzene is a young singer-songwriter from the coastal town of Cromarty in the Scottish Highlands. A highly talented multi-instrumentalist, she started learning piano and violin when she was eight years old, encouraged by her saxophonist stepfather and salsa teaching mother. Aged 14 she further extended her musical dexterity by quickly picking up guitar and embarked on writing her own material. Her early influences came from hearing the Roberta Flack, Aretha Franklin and Eva Cassidy songs played around the home and she quickly progressed to immersing herself in the sound of artists including Nina Simone, Birdy and Alicia Keys.
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Thanks to an early hook-up with Paradigm live music agency, home to the likes of Lewis Capaldi, Clean Bandit and Tom Walker, Keir has also secured a string of support slots across the UK and Ireland with Irish act Keywest, taking in cities including Dublin, Manchester and Glasgow. In the past year, Keir has progressed from playing small support slots, to travelling the country in pursuit of his music. He supported London songwriter Billy Lockett at Glasgow’s King Tuts and has been announced among the line-up for Edinburgh’s infamous Hogmanay Street Party, joining the likes of Mark Ronson, Soft Cell frontman Marc Almond and Glasgow new wave act The Ninth Wave.
See 6 tour dates featuring Keir Gibson
Luke La Volpe
Luke La Volpe bring together a mixture of blues and rock and roll to form a unique live sound, which has been generating interest across the industry. The band has enjoyed performing to packed venues across the country, supporting the likes of Alabama 3, Gerry Cinnamon & Tom Clarke (The Enemy).
See 3 tour dates featuring Luke La Volpe
Jack’s path into music has been somewhat offbeat. Still in school, he signed his first professional rugby contract with Munster moving him to the west coast of Ireland to play with the Ireland U20s team in 6Nations and a Junior World Cup. In the last few years of playing the sport injury took its toll and Jack began to write music on a more regular basis. Naturally, Jack’s passion for music was too strong and slowly it out-stripped his rugby ambitions. Eventually he came to the decision to follow his heart and hang up his boots to see how far his music could take him. Jack moved back to his hometown of Bishop's Stortford in Herftordshire, to focus on broadening his horizons as an artist and songwriter. He quickly seemed to make a very suitable impression into the scene when In September 2018 he released his first track 'Learn’, solely off his own back. Within a day ‘Learn’ landed a spot on Spotify's New Music Friday! The release was immediately followed by a sold-out show at The Troubadour in Earls Court, London. Shortly after came the release of fan favourite 'Teabags & Cigarettes'. Following his hit-the-ground-running 2018, Jack showed his more emotive side, releasing track 'Shine' accompanied by a beautiful performance video shot at the magical Shoreditch Treehouse.
See 3 tour dates featuring Jack Cullen
Hailing from the Scottish Highlands & Islands, Hò-rò have quickly become ones to watch on the Scottish music scene. Their unique energetic tune arrangements and vibrant stage presence have had people dancing in venues across Scotland. They released their debut album in the summer of 2016, which has proven very successful. Hò-rò were winners of the ‘Danny Kyle award’ at Celtic Connections and the ‘One Step Further’ at the Hebridean Celtic Festival in 2014, since then they have taken off and performed at festivals across Scotland and Europe.
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The Roov, Lucia & the Best Boys, Rhythmnreel