The Beat, Saint Raymond, and Amber Run for Splendour

plus Noah, Billy Lockett, Bud, Bitter Strings, Brendan Riley, Nick Page, & more

published: Fri 30th May 2014

The Beat

Saturday 19th July 2014
Wollaton Park, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG8 2AE, England MAP
£42.50, children under 10 free
daily capacity: 20000
last updated: Fri 30th May 2014

The Beat, Saint Raymond, and Amber Run lead the latest acts announced for this year's Splendour, Nottingham's annual family friendly music festival, which returns for its 7th year to Wollaton Park on Saturday 19th July.

Also confirmed are A Plastic Rose, Uncle Frank, and Keto, with the Aocustic Rooms Stage hosting Noah, Billy Lockett, Bud, Bitter Strings, Gallery 47, Fields, Ryan Thomas, Frankie Rudolf, and George Holroyd. While appearing on the Comedy Stage this year will be Brendan Riley, Nick Page, Gerry K, Steve Royle, Patrick Monahan, and The Raymond & Mr Timpkins Revue.

Tom Odell and the Happy Mondays headline, with Boomtown Rats, and Reverend And The Makers Scouting for Girls, Foxes, Ron Pope, and The Rifles have previously been confirmed.

In total more than 30 acts will play across three stages with other names to be announced in the next few weeks.

Set in the stunning grounds of Wollaton Hall, the festival has grown to become one of the region's biggest music events, attracting around 20,000 people of all ages.

Splendour also features special entertainment for children, bars, food stalls, fairground rides, kids are and more. There's no camping - the deer won't have it.

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Tickets are priced at £42.50.



Saturday 19th July 2014
Wollaton Park, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG8 2AE, England MAP
£42.50, children under 10 free
daily capacity: 20000
last updated: Fri 30th May 2014


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