Music-lovers from across the Highlands can start to plan their Belladrum 2024 adventure today (Thursday, November 9, 2023), as shuttle bus tickets have gone on sale.
D&E Coaches will provide official shuttle buses to and from the Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival next year, running from a number of locations across Inverness and Ross-shire.
With hours-long traffic queues for festival-goers at 2023’s event, shuttle buses offer a more convenient way to travel to and from the festival – with widespread adoption expected to ease traffic congestion around the festival site.
Return and single tickets each way are available. A full timetable and tickets are available to purchase at www.decoaches.co.uk/event-shuttle-bus
Amy Nicholson, director at D&E Coaches, said:
“We’re delighted to be partnering with Belladrum again this year to offer shuttle buses to and from the festival site from across Inverness and Ross-shire.
“Shuttle buses provide a convenient and easy way to get to and from the festival – and help reduce the high levels of traffic faced by festival-goers this year.
“Not only that, but by sharing transport, we are able to reduce emissions, keeping our Highland air cleaner in the process.”
Festival shuttle buses from Ross-shire will call at Dingwall, Maryburgh, Conon Bridge, Muir of Ord, Beauly High Street and Beauly Campsite – while Inverness shuttles will also stop at Bunchrew and Inchmore.
Belladrum Tartan Heart festival coordinator Naomi Hollas added:
“We are delighted to renew our partnership with D&E Coaches for 2024.
We take pride in working closely with this local company to offer our audience a convenient, safe and more sustainable travel option to Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival.”
D&E Coaches is the largest private hire coach and minibus operator in the north of Scotland, providing transport solutions to the Highlands for over 25 years.
The award-winning transport firm specialises in contract and private hire, business hire, event transport, school bus runs and airport transfers.
D&E Coaches also operates the Inverness City Sightseeing service alongside D&E Tours, which provides tourists with the opportunity to visit sights across the Highlands, including Loch Ness.