Tickets have now completely sold out for Nottingham’s biggest summer festival, Splendour.
A total of 25,000 tickets have been sold for what is the fastest-selling Splendour to date almost a week ahead of the festival and there will be no tickets available on the gate.
Now in its 11th year, Splendour is a firm favourite with thousands of people who return each year. This year’s record-breaking festival features some of the biggest acts in Splendour’s history, with headliners Manic Street Preachers and The Specials, as well as Rag’n’Bone Man and All Saints set to perform.
George Akins, DHP Family owner, said: “This is set to be the best Splendour to date, with tickets selling out at record-speed a whole week before the festival. The reaction to the line-up has been overwhelming. Now, with the festival fast-approaching, we’re working hard behind the scenes to make sure it’s better than ever.
“Splendour continues to go from strength to strength. Not only is it a great day out to see some of the biggest artists we’ve ever had, it’s also a great platform for local artists to perform in front of a huge audience. This year’s sales demonstrate the significance of the festival to the local community and cements Splendour’s position as one of the biggest and best festivals in the East Midlands.”
Craig Chettle, CEO Confetti Media Group, added: “Our backstage crews are in the final stages of prepping for Saturday and it is fantastic to see our student acts will be performing to a full capacity crowd. We are looking forward to an amazing day.”
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