Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival news: WIN A MEAL FOR TWO…
Latest update from Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival :
🌈🌟WIN A MEAL FOR TWO🍽😋
This year at Bella we have launched a pop up fine dining restaurant, LOV BELLA. Set against the backdrop of the wooded dell, guests can pull up a seat and enjoy mouth watering menus, showcasing the finest ingredients.🤩
Now, you could be in with a chance to WIN a meal for two during the festival. All you have to do is
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The winner will be picked at random and announced on Friday 24th May.👌
For more info about LOV BELLA click here: http://tartanheartfestival.co.uk/lov-bella-restaurant/
Good luck everyone!🍀
Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival
24 hours ago
‼️Reminder there is still time to grab yourself and official 'Living it up in Lockdown' Bella 2020 T-shirt to wear at our virtual festival on 1st August. 👕
Deadline for orders to ensure they arrive before the virtual festival is Sunday 26th July.
Available to order now in both adult and kids sizes in a variety of colours - belladrumfestival.bigcartel.com/❤️ BELLADRUM LOCKDOWN MERCH👕
Look the part during your virtual Tartan Home Festival with the official 2020 'Living it up in Lockdown' T-shirt.
Just like we couldn't bear 2020 to pass without Belladrum Festival taking place (in virtual form), we also didn't feel it would be right for the year to pass without an official Bella T-shirt to commemorate the event and add to your collection!
Available to pre-order now in both adult and kids sizes in a variety of colours - belladrumfestival.bigcartel.com/ ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
Our good friends at Tomatin Distillery are going to miss seeing you all this year at the Tomatin Bothy so they have decided to run their annual 'name the cocktail' competition anyway!
All you need to do to enter is come up with a Lockdown themed cocktail name. Tomatin's Global Brands Ambassador, Scott Adamson, will be teaching you all to make the famous Pink Cocktail in a live session at Belladrum's Virtual Event on August 1st.
The winner will receive TWO full weekend tickets for Belladrum 2021 along with a cocktail kit so you can make your named creation at home, this will be sent out ahead of the virtual event. Two runners up will also be chosen and sent a Tomatin cocktail kit for the big day!🎫🎫
To enter, comment below with the name of who you plan to bring to Belladrum next year and visit the Tomatin website to fill out a competition entry form: www.tomatin.com/belladrum
Terms & conditions on the website. Over 18s only. Competition closes 5pm Friday 17th of July 2020. Please note if you are successful we will contact you by email asking for your address. ... See MoreSee Less
Kelly Paterson, another chance to pop in for a wee dram!!! 🤣 x x
Dianne McLoone a well deserved day oot!
Kenny Loughray- the final wee dram is always from the Tomatin Bothy X
Marianne Hutchison Duncan Hutchison
Denise a wee trip
I would take Juneann Gallacher for the best times
Soi Hil Cameron Proudfoot
Cait McCourt xx
Louisa Gibb xx
I’d take Denise McDonald because she loves camping ⛺️🤣
Siwan Hughes xx
Darius Crystal 🍹
Amanda Mackay xx
Anna Kerschat 🍹🍸fancy a wee cocktail 😅 xx
I'd bring Paula Haining if we won! She'd love it. Can't wait to come back - roll on 2021!
Our yearly tradition of the Bothy visit! Mairi Munro
Claire Young omg this would be the dream to come true😂🤭❤️🧡💛💚💙💜
Me at my first Belladrum: I don't drink whisky 🙄 Me after one visit to to Tomatin Bothy: Here, take all my drinks tokens!! 😂😍😍 Dan Mackay
I already have a ticket for next year but would love to win this for my mum Jackie Cumming and dad Mike Cumming 😃🥰
Yum love the Tomatin cocktails 🍸 Gordon
Paul Munro good times at the bothy!
Mark Steeples 🤞🍹👌
Gordon Robinson happy dramming. 😍
6 days ago
😍Our first Interactive activity for our Virtual Festival is now live!
✂️🖍🖌Grab your glue sticks, scissors, tape and get crafting your very own 'Wacky Tacky' Belladrum Tartan Home Festival Fancy Dress, using recycled items and anything you have lying around your house with The Libertie Project Ltd!
Send in photos of your creations to firstname.lastname@example.org for your chance to win a bumper craft pack courtesy of The Libertie Project.
Deadline for entries is Friday 17th July. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Show your support for the Live Music Sector today.
Post a short video or image from your last show across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok.
Use the #letthemusicplay hashtag in all your posts.
Ask your friends to do the same.
UK live music has been one of the UK’s biggest social, cultural, and economic successes of the past decade. From world-famous festivals to ground-breaking concerts, the live music industry showcases, supports, and develops some of the best talent in the world – on and off-stage.
As important as it is, our national and regional contribution isn’t purely cultural. Our economic impact is also significant, with live music adding £4.5bn to the British economy and supporting 210,000 jobs across the country in 2019.
Like every part of the entertainment industry, live music has been proud to play our part in the national effort to reduce the spread of Coronavirus and keep people safe. But, with no end to social distancing in sight or financial support from government yet agreed, the future for concerts and festivals and the hundreds of thousands of people who work in them looks bleak.
This sector doesn’t want to ask for government help. The venues, promoters, festival organisers, production companies, agents and many other employers want to be self-sufficient, as they were before lockdown. But, until these businesses can operate again, which is likely to be 2021 at the earliest, government support will be crucial to prevent mass insolvencies, and the end of this world-leading industry.
Government has addressed two important British pastimes - football and pubs - and it’s now crucial that it focuses on a third, live music. For the good of the economy, the careers of many, and the UK’s global music standing, we must ensure that a live music industry remains when the pandemic has finally passed.
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