Splendour Festival brings two days of music to Wollaton Park, Nottingham
The Splendour Festival brings a two-day summer party to Wollaton Park, Nottingham, this weekend with a host of chart-topping acts.
The annual festival has been extended to two days this year.
And the organisers, DHP Family, are making it bigger and better than ever before with a line-up stacked out with headliners serving up contemporary and classic hits galore over three stages in the historic hall grounds.
Headlining the main stage on Saturday are Supergrass and former lead singer with The Verve, Richard Ashcroft, while Sunday’s headliners are Razorlight, The Human League and Anne-Marie.
They will be joined by more than 20 rising stars from the local music scene.
DHP Family managing director George Akins said: “Our whole team is incredibly excited about the line-up but more than anything, we’re all excited about being back at festivals, delivering a fantastic event for the people of Nottingham and making sure everyone there has a great time.”
On the main stage on Saturday will be Tori Sheard, Jerub, Heather Small, Becky Hill, Craig David, Supergrass and Richard Ashcroft.
Performing on the Confetti stage will be Celestines, Marvin’s Revenge, Vona Vella, Cucamaras, Sleeper, The Selecter, Belinda Carlisle and The Vamps.
On the courtyard stage are Midnight Rodeo, Concrete Rose, The Crying Violets, Jess Breame, Chloe Rodgers, Alice Robbins, Remy CB, and Sancho Panza.
Performing on the main stage on Sunday are Deco, Beka, The Magic Numbers, Melanie C, Razorlight, The Human League, and Anne-Marie.
Over on the Confetti stage are Left Hand Lane, Bee-Sides, The Black White, The Skinner Brothers, We Are Scientists, Example, Happy Mondays and Ocean Colour Scene.
While on the courtyard stage are Aaron Smith, Coach Party, Tash Bird, Joey Knight, Melonyx, Drive Through Hazy and Lajay.
In addition to the music, there is a comedy stage with a full line-up of performers on both days, as well as other entertainment across the Splendour site.
Day tickets and weekend passes are available through the festival website.