Nottingham’s favourite family festival is back this July 21st on the beautiful grounds of Wollaton Park, where Paloma Faith shall be headlining the main stage as Splendour Festival celebrates its 10th birthday.
Known for bringing some of the biggest and well-known artists to Nottingham, as well as classic legends with number 1 hits, this year is no different. You’ll be able to sing, dance and be merry whilst the likes of The Charlatans, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Marc Almond and The Stranglers take to the stage.
The city is also known for its musical talent, and as a festival that likes to make the most of embracing up-coming artists and those well-known locally, it’s great to see the likes of Nina Smith performing on the Acoustic Stage.
“Splendour Festival is celebrating its 10 year anniversary and I’m proud of the team at Nottingham City Council, working with DHP, to put on this fantastic festival in Wollaton Park,” said Councillor Dave Trimble, Portfolio Holder for Leisure and Culture. “Tickets sold out fast last year, so with the likes of Paloma Faith, The Charlatans, and Marc Almond performing this year, I encourage Nottingham city residents to get their discounted tickets as early as they can to avoid disappointment.”
Can Splendour top last year’s sold-out event when the kaiser chief’s performed? We think so!
Grab a standard ticket for £49, and if you’re aged between 11-17 and you are a Nottingham resident, then tickets are priced at £20. As usual, children under 11 go in for free, and there are discounts for Nottingham residents (so a standard ticket is £39 instead). If you want to make the most of your day, VIP tickets are also available. Have a look here for more information.