Manic Street Preachers & More for Belladrum 2015

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Welsh rockers the Manic Street Preachers join the line-up for the sold-out Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival (6th-8th August; Beauly Inverness-shire), headlining the festival’s main stage on the Friday night.

The multi award-winning chart-toppers are joined in making their first appearance at Bella by punk rockers The Stranglers and post-punk alt rockers New Model Army.

Martha Reeves & The Vandellas bring their Motown and R&B classics to the Garden Stage where they are joined by Hayseed Dixie, the hillbilly act who perform a mixture of ACDC/Hard Rock covers and original tracks, Stornoway, the melodic alt indie folk band from Oxford, and Fife singer-songwriter King Creosote.

Fatherson, the indie three piece from Glasgow, make a much anticipated return to Bella. Other additions to the line-up include: John Langan Band; RURA; Vigo Thieves; Vukovi; JP Cooper; Louis Berry; James Brown Is Annie; Hector Bizerk; Miss Irenie Rose; AKAska; The Dolly Parton Story; The Skull Kids; Siiga; Elephant Sessions, Have Mercy Las Vegas; The Shee; Rhythm Wave; Silver Coast; Iain McLaughlin & The Outsiders; Dorec-a-Belle; Caledonian Ceilidh Trail; Head North and Junebug, winner of Bella’s Got Talent 2014.

Further acts are still to be announced.

Published on 23 April 2015 by Ben Robinson

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