Virtual Belladrum reveals Saturday highlights – live music from Col Mustard, The Roov, Rhythmnreel plus loads more
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Belladrum has unveiled the full line-up for the Virtual Tartan Home Festival taking place on Saturday across Facebook, Instagram and Youtube pages for a taste of Bella from the comfort of your home or garden.
The line-up features Bella favourites, exclusive announcements, interactive content, archive footage and so much more throughout the day.
Special highlights include– in association with the event's official 2020/2021 charity When You Wish Upon A Star – an exclusive reading by none other than the famous children’s author Julia Donaldson.
There will be live music from artists including Colonel Mustard & the Dijon Five, Torridon, The Roov, Tamzene, Keir Gibson, Rythmnreel, Luke La Volpe, Jack Cullen, Lucia & the Best Boys, Ho-ro, and a few special guests too!
The broadcast will run online from 12.30pm-5pm and then back again from 6pm-9pm. It will also hand over to BBC Alba who will broadcast two brand new Belladrum shows between 5pm-6pm and 9pm-11pm.
Other highlights of the virtual programme include a huge range of family entertainment from Hopscotch Magic, music and silliness from Funbox, Stories from the Fairy Mound with Lizzie McDougall, Craft workshops from the Libertie Project, Science Experiments courtesy of UHI, the one and only Mr Boom, amongst so much more.
Online visitors can also join a yoga class, take a festival make-up workshop, a tour of the Belladrum site. They can take part in a virtual whisky cocktail-making class with Tomatin, meet some of the traders, and test their knowledge with the Big Bella Quiz.
The festival is inviting the public to turn their homes or gardens into their very own Bella this Saturday and share photos and videos with Belladrum throughout the day to the social pages or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The favourite Tartan Home Festival photo/video will win a family pass to Belladrum 2021.
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