Travis and The Wombats to headline Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival – ticket details

We Are Scientists, Slow Club, Frightened Rabbit will also play Scottish event

Travis and The Wombats to headline Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival – ticket details

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Travis and The Wombats will headline this summer's Belladrum Tartan Heart festival in Scotland.

The Scottish indie band will make their only summer appearance at the festival, which takes place in Beauly, near Inverness and runs on August 3–4. They will headline the event's opening night (August 3), with the Liverpool trio closing the second night (August 4).

Also confirmed to play the event so far are Slow Club, We Are Scientists, Beverley Knight, Frightened Rabbit, Fink and a number of others.

See Tartanheartfestival.co.uk for more information.

To check the availability of Belladrum Festival tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The line up for Belladrum Tartan Heart festival so far is:

Travis
The Wombats
Beverley Knight
We Are Scientists
Fink
Slow Club
Frightened Rabbit
Treacherous Orchestra
Juan Zelada
Bastille
Ryan Keen
To Kill A King
Nina Nesbitt
Stanley Odd
Fatherson
The Dangleberries
James Mackenzie & The Aquascene
Ian McLaughlin & The Outsiders
The Whiskey River Band
The Red Kites

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