More details have been announced for the Britpop Classical performance at new festival Cool Britannia, which will be held in the legendary Knebworth Park, from Friday 31st August to Sunday 2nd September.
Phil Daniels, who has performed in Quadrophenia and EastEnders, will close the unique performance with Blur's Parklife, following appearances by Peter Hooton of The Farms, Saffron from Republica, and Glenn Gregory from Heaven 17. All the vocalists will be singing with a full backing band of session musicians and a horns section. Other classic britpop albums covered during the opening show will include All Together Now, Ready To Go, and Common People.
The festival will be headlined by Happy Mondays (pictured above), and Ocean Colour Scene, as well as Feeder, Razorlight, Embrace, The Lightning Seeds, Peter Hook & The Light, Cast, Heather Small, Dodgy, Space, Toploader and The South.
Tickets are on sale, priced at £107.50 without camping, or £135 with camping.
Teen, child, and day tickets also available.
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