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Splendour Festival

Wollaton Park, Nottingham, NG8 2AE

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Wollaton Hall and Splendour crowds

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Splendour Festival
July 2024
Wollaton Hall and Deer Park

Splendour Festival returns in 2024
In 2023 Wollaton Hall played host to Madness, Noel Gallagher's High Flying BirdsThe Kooks, Rudimental, Sugababes, Sam Ryder, Confidence Man and Altered Images, with other acts across five stages! An epic weekend festival!

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Adult weekend ticket: £102 | Adult day ticket: £61
Youth weekend ticket (ages 11-17): £67 | Youth day ticket (ages 11-17): £41
VIP adult weekend ticket: £180 | VIP youth weekend ticket (ages 11-17): £140
VIP adult day ticket: £115 | VIP youth day ticket (ages 11-17): £90
Accompanied children aged 10 and under: Free
Nottingham City residents: 10% off

Payment plans are also available.

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  • On site parking - charges apply

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