Splendour 2017 Tickets on Sale Now

Nottingham’s favourite family festival returns to the beautiful setting of Wollaton Park on Saturday 22nd July 2017, and tickets are on sale now.


2016 was an amazing year for Splendour, and plans are already underway to make the next festival even bigger and better!

With our previous line-ups featuring incredible acts such as Jess Gylnne, The Specials, James, The Human League, Jake Bugg, Madness, Pet Shop Boys, Calvin Harris, The Darkness and more, we can promise we are preparing another stunning line-up for a day of fun and frolics at Wollaton Hall on the 22nd of July 2017.


Tickets for 2016′s event sold out in record time, and we are sure our next Splendour will stay in high demand. Make sure to get your ticket to Nottingham’s biggest summer day out early.

Book your tickets for Splendour 2017 here: www.splendourfestival.com/tickets

Be the first to hear about Splendour 2017 artist announcements by registering here: www.splendourfestival.com/mailing-list


Splendour Festival 2016 Officially SOLD OUT!

Splendour sold Out

You guys are amazing, thank you so much for all your support.

We have sold out our full ticket allocation for the festival, there will be not tickets available on the day.

See you out in the sunshine!

The Human League, UB40, The Darkness and More Complete Splendour 2016 Line-Up!

Splendour Second Announce

We are thrilled to reveal an amazing line up of musical talent for this year’s Splendour Festival at Nottingham’s Wollaton Park on Saturday 23 July.

The Human League and UB40 - two legendary bands with an outstanding back catalogue stretching back more than 40 years – join the bill on the main stage headlined by one of the hottest artists of the moment Jess Glynne, the Grammy award winner with an unbelievable 5 UK Number 1 singles from her chart topping debut album.

Another British singer with a debut number 1 album, Jamie Lawson is next on the bill with Turin BrakesJeremy Loops and local Nottingham artist Ady Suleiman also announced for the main stage. Suleiman has been earmarked as one to watch, his timelessly classic yet fresh sound has garnered him a broad range of influential fans from both sides of the Atlantic. The festival will once again be championing local talent by offering the opening slot of the main stage to the winner of the hotly contested Future Sound of Nottingham battle of the bands competition.

Across the park, multi-million selling megaband The Darkness will headline the Confetti stage along with The FratellisThe RiflesStiff Little FingersLouis BerryThese Your Children and Eyre Llew.

Headlining the Acoustic Rooms stage will be British folk singer Will Varley, who has recently sold out The Bodega and supported Frank Turner at Rock City, followed by Brad DearTom McCartneyBru-CEllie KeeganJosh WheatleyRaphael Blake and Lowrie.

Over on the Funhouse Comedy stage, acts will include: John RyanPatrick MonahanIvan BrackenburyEl BaldinihoTom BinnsVince Atta.

George Akins, owner, DHP Family, said: “We’re delighted to bring bands to Splendour that have contributed so much to the musical heritage in this country. Once again, we’re confident that our mix of music legends along with some of the hottest artists of the moment will make it a winning day out for everyone, whatever their age or musical taste.”

Recognised as the city’s biggest summer day out and shortlisted in the final three for Best Festival in the national Live Music Business awards, DHP Family and Nottingham City Council are keen to replicate the success of last year which saw 20,000 festival goers sprawled across Wollaton Park. With lots happening all over the park aside from the three music stages, including comedy in the courtyard, a kids’ area and entertainers out and about in the crowd, the festival is a fantastic day out for all the family.

Councillor Dave Trimble, Portfolio Holder for Leisure and Culture at Nottingham City Council, said: “We’re pleased to announce a great line-up for Splendour Festival that I think Nottingham people will love. Splendour really is the highlight of the summer and with acts like Jess Glynne, The Human League, UB40 and The Darkness, tickets are sure to sell fast. Splendour truly offers something for all tastes in music, and with the comedy stage and kids’ area it’s a really fun family day out.”

We have also partnered with the multi-award winning radio station Gem. As well as activity on the day of the festival, they’ll cover all the line-up announcements and offer the chance to win tickets over the coming months. Their breakfast presenters Sam & Amy will be at Splendour soaking up the sunshine (fingers crossed), and are both looking forward to it after last year!

Gem’s Sam said: “Splendour is the highlight of the year for Nottingham; relaxing in the sun, listening to music, you can’t beat it. Amy and I can’t wait to be there again this year, we’re very excited Gem is involved again.”

Tickets can be purchased from all the main ticketing sites or in person from locations around the city such as Nottingham Tourism Centre; Royal Concert Hall and Nottingham City Council leisure centres.