Trevor Jones, a Scottish/Canadian NFT artist’s party set in Scotland’s Stirling Castle is already fully booked. The event, taking place this Summer is set to be a great one, after all, it is in a castle.


Trevor Jones Party
The host of Trevor Jones’ summer NFT party, Stirling Castle.

More Details About the Trevor Jones Party

Since the original announcement last month, many more details have been announced around the event set in one of the most historical castles in Scotland, and the UK.

It will take place on the 30th July of this year, starting at 7 pm and concluding at midnight. 400 guests have registered to attend. In order to go, each guest must hold at least one Bitcoin Angel, one of his artworks.

Due to the 400 maximum guest capacity, Jones must ensure that everyone will make the trip to Scotland through a deposit of $777.

A waiting list is currently in place for Trevor Jones’ party in case anyone takes their name out, and can no longer attend. They’re still required to hold a Bitcoin Angel.

Some of the entertainment has been confirmed. Several Scottish musicians, magicians, and artists are all making attendance at the event. It looks to be one of the NFT parties of the summer. You can see a full list of the currently confirmed entertainment acts here.

Partners and sponsors have also been clarified. 21CC Group and The Stirling Hotel are confirmed partners, with Apollo NFT and Metacask being sponsors of the event.

Special Event NFT

Each person to attend the event will receive an exclusive 1/∼400 NFT (subject to change, it may be more exclusive). Further, members of the Bitcoin Angel community who hold 10+ angels will have the opportunity to buy one of these NFTs for $777. Even if they’re unable to attend.

About Stirling Castle

The castle is in Stirling, in Central Scotland. Since the 12th century, Stirling Castle has been the host of several historical events. William Wallace and Robert the Bruce seized the Castle back from invading English armies in the 14th Century Wars of Scottish Independence. In the 16th Century, the infant Mary Queen of Scots was crowned in the Castle’s Chapel Royal, beginning her doomed reign. Now, it is the host of a historical NFT party with Trevor Jones.


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