Details of the line-up for the annual  Belladrum Charity Bar B Q, on the 21st of July,  have been announced.

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A change of venue has seen the Bar B Q move to the Greenhouse in Dingwall and in doing so has changed the format to a multi stage, 12 hour extravaganza.

An eclectic mix of sees a mix of coffee shop favourites mixed with a little indie and a shake of death metal. Red Hook Rapids, duo Donald Forbes and Ally MacLeod, start events at 1 pm at the Garden stage (which weather dependant will be in the “garden”). They will be joined by Alsa Malina and Gilly, Dorec-a-belle and Barry Mackay & Ryan Golder.

The Tea Posey stage will start with the self proclaimed “one man death machine”, moving seamlessly on to the 3-part harmonies and memorable melodies of the Swizzle Sisters. Fresh off a successful, but not unproblematic, first gig at Mad Hatters, The Oxides will also be playing. Ending the night will be City in Surveillance.

The Coffee Shop Stage will see a quintet of Coffee Shop regulars: Fash Stewart (& The Barbaraville Dingwall Connection, Josephine Sillars, Gilbert Anderson, the Maria Hall Band and Highland Hot Club.

Entry is free, updates to the line-up and further details can be found here.

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