tickets on sale for Cocoon In The Park with host Sven Vath

published: Fri 23rd Dec 2016

around the festival site (Friday)

Saturday 8th July 2017
Temple Newsam, Temple Newsam Road, off Selby Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 0AE, England MAP
currently £55
daily capacity: 60000
last updated: Mon 5th Jun 2017

The UK's only Cocoon open-air festival sees Leeds club night, System, take over 600 acres of Leeds' 16th Century Temple Newsam estate for their ninth annual rave-up starting on Saturday, 8th July 2017.

Host Sven Vath will be joined by special guests still to be revealed.

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Early bird tickets are priced at £40.

Cocoon in the Park festival site lies within the grounds of a 450-year-old mansion house surrounded by forests and lakes in a celebrated area of outstanding natural beauty. The main stage is powered by a Funktion-One PA custom-built by festival sound specialists Audio-Plus and features state of the art pyrotechnics, a live VJ and of course performances from the Cocoon dance troupe. Expect nothing less than the usual breathtaking Cocoon production and top quality soundtrack to one of the most popular and talked about events in the UK.

Cocoon In The Park will be offer a Shuttle Bus to and from the festival. The ticket includes a journey from Leeds - City Centre to Cocoon In The Park and then an open return to Leeds - City Centre.

There will also be the option to travel back to the after-party, however you will need to buy a ticket to the after-party which you will have to display while boarding the Shuttle Bus.



Saturday 8th July 2017
Temple Newsam, Temple Newsam Road, off Selby Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 0AE, England MAP
currently £55
daily capacity: 60000
last updated: Mon 5th Jun 2017


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