Camping at the Festival
We’re looking forward to welcoming you to the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival on 12/13th August 2005. Please read the following information and guidelines on camping carefully. The running of this festival is governed by strict guidelines laid down by the Health & Safety Executive and enacted by Highland Council, the Police and Emergency Services.
PLEASE RESPECT OUR NEIGHBOURS’ PRIVACY. PLEASE DO NOT CAUSE THEM ANY UNNECESSARY DISTURBANCE OR ENTER THEIR PROPERTIES.
Arrival/Departure at Camp Site:
Weekend Ticket Holders:
This is an outdoor festival. Please bring warm waterproof clothing, head and footwear, and something waterproof to sit on, AND ensure your tent is waterproof. Please also bring sunscreen and anti-midge
Camping zones will be divided into the following:
Car & Camper Van Zone
Disabled Zone (Cars & Camper Vans and Tents)
Drinking Water/ Toilets:
There will be several clearly marked drinking water points around the festival and camp site. The toilets in the festival site will be available to campers (please use them rather than anywhere else!). Shower will not be avaialble.
Food and drink:
You are able to bring your own food and drink (including alcohol) whether you are camping or a day visitor. However, alcohol, glass bottles, jars or tins will not be allowed into the fenced festival enclosure. Those camping on the night of the 11th are advised to bring their own food as food outlets may not be operating. Food outlets will operate from 9.00 AM until 11.30 PM on Saturday 14th August. The village of Beauly which is two miles from the festival site has small supermarkets and food outlets which are open late.
No fireworks will be allowed
No animals will be admitted. Any animals found will be housed elsewhere at the owner's expense.
The continued success of this event depends on the majority support of our neighbours. Please do not enter the gardens or premises of any houses. Please do not make any unnecessary noise or disturbance. Please stay within the parking, camping and festival areas when at the festival, especially during the hours of darkness.
Please help our neighbours and other campers at night by not playing amplified music or causing a disturbance at the campsite
There will be a disabled camping area nearest to the toilet blocks. Cars and camper vans will be allowed to mix with tents in the disabled camping area.
When you leave, please leave quietly. Please stick to 5 mph speed limit and obey stewards’ instructions. A one way system will be in operation through the estate. Please try to avoid unnecessary departures and re-entries to parking areas to avoid stress on the ground. Parking will be on a grass field so vehicles will low ground clearance will not be appropriate.
No glass or tins will be allowed within the security fenced festival area. You will be asked to return any objects like this to your vehicle or tent, so please do not try to enter the festival area with them. There will be checks at the festival entrances.
There is a burn running around the rear of the festival site and depending on prior weather conditions, water can lie in a lochan near the camping area. Parents with small children will need to be vigilant in these areas. Please stay clear of all fenced off buildings – they are fenced off because they are dangerous.
Please dispose of your litter in the bins provided in the camping site.
Belladrum Estate and the organisers of the BelladrumTartan Heart Festival take no responsibility for loss or damage to vehicles or private property during the festival. Please keep your property safe at all times.
All tickets are sold subject to Highland Council granting a licence and to changes in the bill and order of play. In the event of extreme weather, the organisers reserve the right to cancel the event and refund tickets.
The organisers reserve the right to refuse entry to any person. In that event, a refund of the ticket price will be made.
Please call event organiser Joe Gibbs on 01463 741366 or e-mail