Splendour Festival is returning to Wollaton Park next month after a long three-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The festival will take place on the grounds of Wollaton Park over the weekend of July 23-24, kicking off the summer holidays in Nottingham with a bang.
This year marks the first time since Splendour’s beginnings in 2008 that the festival will take place over two days, and to mark the occasion it welcomes many fan favourites like The Human League, Richard Ashcroft and Supergrass.
With a great set of headline acts already announced, the festival is set to be a fun, music-filled weekend for everyone.
Chart-toppers from Anne Marie to The Vamps and DJ and dance artists like Craig David and Becky Hill will be big draws over the July weekend, as five separate stages of music and comedy fill the splendid grounds.
The festival has attracted international headliners throughout the years, including Blondie and the Scissor Sisters back in 2008, while also heralding the beginnings of local talent like Jake Bugg and Cucamaras.
With a huge star-studded line-up this year, the family-friendly festival will have something to entertain all age groups and music fans.
Not only will some brilliant headliners take the stage over the two days, but other attractions will be on offer, such as a silent disco, funfair and independent market and food stalls.
Some of the food and drink stalls already announced for the weekend include Nottingham favourites 200 Degrees Coffee, Doughnotts and Pokéwaves, as well as plenty of vegan options and international foods.
Tickets are available now, with discounts on offer for eligible Nottingham residents, including for young people aged 11-17.
General admission tickets that allow entry throughout the weekend are £85 for those not eligible for the resident offer, whilst one standard day ticket is £56.
The weekend is set to be a hit and is guaranteed to start off the summer holidays in the best way possible, here in Nottingham.
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