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Woodzstock Music Festival on the Black Isle 'will go ahead', organisers say


By Gregor White

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The Malts were among those entertaining music lovers at Woodzstock last year.
The Malts were among those entertaining music lovers at Woodzstock last year.

The team behind a mini Black Isle music festival are pushing ahead with plans for it to return next month.

The Woodzstock Music Festival takes place at Wildwoodz Paintball Park on the Black Isle, traditionally featuring a range of local music talent.

This year's event is planned for Saturday, September 19 and – as of now – organisers say it "will be going ahead", albeit subject to nothing changing indicative dates for easing restrictions for outdoor music events set out by the Scottish Government.

There will also be some changes to arrangements on the ground.

In an announcement on social media the team said: "It'll look a little different this year with socially distanced arrangements within the festival field, and ticket numbers reduced; more information to follow."

But they added: "We are so excited to see you all again this year!

"What have you missed most from festivals this summer?

"Roll up and get your tickets at www.woodzstock.co.uk"

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