AS a warm up for their slot at Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival, Dorec-a-belle will play a special lunchtime concert on Thursday, August 7.
Inverness Town House is the venue for this concert which is part of the Belladrum Fringe.
Dorec-a-belle formed in 2011 as a four-piece all-female group from the Highlands and since then have taken their unique sound of four-part vocal harmonies with acoustic guitar, sax, accordion and cello across Scotland.
They have played the Wickerman Festival, Belladrum Tartan Heart Festival, Live At Troon Festival, Black Isle Brewery’s Jocktoberfest, Glasgow’s Summer of Song Festival Festival and Southside Festival, Celtic Connections’ Danny Kyle Stage as well as playing to 8,500 people at the Inverness Hogmanay event the Red Hot Highland Fling.
The Town House gig will be acoustic with no sound system being used.
Doors open at 12.30pm, the concert starts at 1pm with a short opening set from local singer-songwriter Douglas Scott.
People are welcome to bring their lunch.
Admission is £5 and tickets are available from Friday (July 11) from Eden Court box office in person and online from www.scottish.ticketsource.co.uk
You can also hear Dorec-a-belle supporting Nick Harper next Thursday (July 20) at Hootanannys, Inverness.
They play Belladrum on Saturday, August 9 at 12.45pm on the Grass Roots Stage.