Details of the entertainment on offer at one of Belladrum Festival’s most popular stages have been unveiled.
A firm favourite, the Venus Flytrap stage features an eclectic and electrifying programme of cabaret, music, comedy, big shows and so much more.
The Glasgow Festival of Burlesque team will provide a late-night dose of bumps, grinds, shimmies and shakes from some of the finest burlesque performers from around the world.
The Bugle Boys join the show for a night of The Andrews Sisters inspired cabaret and comedy.
Extraterrestrial noisemakers Henge will help to celebrate the sci-fi theme. Making earth their home in recent years they are set to entice more followers or “Raveling’s” to their fusion of alien electronic dance music, prog and psychedelia.
Gimme Abba will have everyone singing along with all of their favourite Abba hits, while the audience will truly become the stars at mass singalongs with the one and only Massaoke.
World Music collective Suns of Arqa will present their Scottish Dub Operatta The Wolf of Badenoch. Based on the story of Alexander Stewart, Earl of Buchan who burned down Elgin Cathedral in 1390, this is set to be a highlight of the weekend.
There will also be a packed comedy line-up over the weekend, with full details to be announced shortly.
Other acts appearing over the weekend are Highland Voices Choir, firm favourites PBW Wrestling, hypnotist Grant Saunders, the legend that is Mr Boom, Magician Dean Spruce, and circus skills workshops with Trapeze Entertainment.
This year will see the reintroduction of the Belladrum family fancy dress competition. Festival organisers have partnered with Ness Con, the Highlands’ very own comic convention who will judge the entries.
Prizes, including tickets to the 2020 festival, will be awarded to best man and woman’s outfits and a special prize for best family or group outfits.