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New two-day music festival to delight Highland crowds


By Philip Murray

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The Black Isle Brewery.
The Black Isle Brewery.

A brand new two-day music festival is coming to the Black Isle next year.

The Ironworks Venue, Elephant Sessions and Black Isle Brewery have teamed up to launch "Black Isle Calling – Live at the Brewery" which will be delighting music fans in September 2024.

This new event will be held on the Black Isle Brewery farm on September 13 and 14 and will also feature limited camping on-site.

Alongside festival partners, Elephant Sessions, the programme will include an eclectic mix of artists and DJs, with the full line-up being announced early next year.

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Tickets went on sale at 6pm today (December 18) and the first 100 tickets sold will include a free Black Isle beer (non-alcoholic option also available) on arrival and are available from https://www.ticketweb.uk/event/black-isle-calling-black-isle-brewery-tickets/13337513?pl=iworks

Caroline Campbell, director of the Ironworks Venue said: “Ironworks is delighted to be involved in this new two-day event, it seems right that we can continue the Elephant Sessions story with them and also strengthen the business relationship we had built with the Black Isle Brewery over the years.

Euan from Elephant Sessions said: “Ever since the closure of the Ironworks venue, many artists like us were left without somewhere to perform. We've dreamt about putting on a festival for years and we couldn't be happier to team up with the Ironworks and our favourite brewery.

Lawrie Wotherspoon, from Black Isle Brewery, added: "We can’t wait to bring music back to the brewery farm when we host Black Isle Calling. We’re going to have the very best in artists, craic and delicious food and we can even guarantee that the bar won’t run dry.”

The festival will run in September 2024.
The festival will run in September 2024.

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