Spectacular shows in store as stars line up at Splendor 2022 later this month

There will be so much to enjoy at this year’s two-day Splendor Festival at Wollaton Hall

The event will take place in the spectacular grounds of Wollaton Hall on July 23 and 24.

The festival is bouncing back more than ever since its last outing three years ago, with the organizer revealing earlier this year that it will be expanding the music festival to include a second day of great acts.

Splendor is already stacked with headliners serving up contemporary and classic hits galore, with Razorlight, The Vamps, Ocean Color Scene, Happy Mondays, Belinda Carlisle adding to the packed lineup.

Now the eclectic mix of entertainment featured around the festival, as well as on the dedicated stage, has been revealed.

Everything from stilt walkers and live poetry to yoga and a cappella performances make up Fringe’s fantastic range.

Nottingham School of Samba will bring noise and color to the carnival over the two days, Bamalamasingsong will have the crowd singing loudly and Salsa Bae will teach Latin dance moves.

Ms. Green, a festival regular and everyone’s favorite agony aunt, will be back to dispense her wisdom and entertain the crowds, while award-winning music collective Fat Digester will bring the party vibe with their mix of funk. , soul, jazz and hip-hop.

University of Nottingham a cappella band Radio Octave perform in competitions and events across the UK and are releasing an album this summer, so come see what this talented band has to offer.

The Edi Johnston Bit brings props, jokes, quizzes, audience participation and bingo to a silly experience that goes beyond just singing songs.

The two-day festival also welcomes stand-up aces to the comedy scene, including Lindsey Santoro, finalist for ‘British Comedian of the Year 2021’, British Got Talent stars Micky P Kerr, Steve Royle and Daliso Chaponda, the award-winning Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre, as well as Susan Murray.

Throughout the site there will be an array of food and drink vendors, with a wide variety of choices from burgers, ice cream, pizza, fish and chips, vegan, vegetarian and healthy options, as well as a number of beer tents. Discover the best of local cuisine, including award-winning fine Indian cuisine at MemSaab, indulge in gourmet burgers from Nottingham Farmed, grab a delicious bowl of sushi from Pokewaves and Nottingham Raised Hog and Roast, all washed down with a tasty unique blend of 200 degrees. coffee from one of Boxed Drinks’ unique mobile bars, housed in repurposed vehicles.

There are also shopping stalls selling everything from Caribbean arts and crafts, children’s costume jewelry, clothing and accessories, hair braids, as well as festival body art. Families can also enjoy a funfair, as well as a children’s area and entertainers in the crowd.

Weekend tickets start from £85 for adults, with day tickets priced at £56. Accompanied children aged 10 and under are free and residents of Nottingham City are entitled to a discount. VIP options are also available for all ticket types.

Tickets can be purchased at splendourfestival.com

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