BELLADRUM Tartan Heart Festival tickets have sold out for a fourth year running three weeks before the event.
Other than upgrades, no further tickets to the ninth edition of the festival of any type are available, including child 12 and under tickets.
Upgrade tickets from Saturday to weekend (£30*) and from campervan/caravan to campervan/caravan electrical hook-up (£80*) are still available from www.skiddle.com
Festival promoter Joe Gibbs, said: “We are really delighted that, in what has been a tough year for live music sales across the UK against a background of astringent economic recession, Belladrum has sold out in advance yet again.
“That we have, is a tribute to the loyal audience who have supported us in gradually increasing numbers over the years, to the very talented artists that have provided music and performing arts to the event throughout its history, and to the amazing team of people who work on the festival and make it all happen each August.
"Bonnets off to you, one and all.”
Bella fans wanting to buy or sell printed tickets to Belladrum on the secondary market this year are being urged to avoid scammers on social networking and e-commerce sites by using an honest broker exchange set up by the Association of Independent Festivals, of which Bella is a member.
Tickets may be sold at face value and bought with a 10% booking fee and postage costs from The Ticket Trust http://www.thetickettrust.com/
This is the only method of dealing in secondary tickets that the festival endorses. E-tickets should only be bought and sold via www.skiddle.com.
This year’s theme at the festival is royalty with Travis, The Wombats and Roddy Frame among the main acts.