THE GREAT ESTATE ANNOUNCES THE CHARLATANS AS THE FIRST HEADLINE ACT FOR 2018
The Great Estate, which will see its second edition in 2018, has announced indie rock royalty The Charlatans as the first headline act. Returning to the prestigious grounds of Scorrier House, this festival will combine a variety of secret venues, contemporary arts, weird and wonderful happenings amongst an array of world class music. Taking place on Friday 1st – Sunday 3rd June 2018, tickets are available via the website.
The Festival Pradise Team had an amazing time at last year's festival and you can read our full review here:
Armed with an arsenal of hits, The Charlatans will take to the main stage on Saturday 2nd June. Twenty-seven years since they first bagged a Number One album with ‘Some Friendly’, this talented quartet are still achieving fresh career highs. Having released new single ‘Over Again’ earlier this month, The Charlatans will showcase a mixture of their classic anthems plus a slice of their hugely successful thirteenth album ‘Different Days’ with 2018 partygoers.
Eager revellers will also get the chance to control their own music mix at the Woodland Silent Disco. Hidden within a secret forest glade, the three-day fiesta will see DJ’s battle it out spinning the best in pop, rock and club classics.
Adding an air of sophistication to the party, Laurent-Perrier will host a VIP Champagne Lounge for guests wanting first-class, fizzy treatment. Prepare for a cork popping party at the newly added Octopus Lounge.
Also discover The Great Estate’s Secret Gin Garden and spend the afternoon soaking up the sunshine with the soft sound of music in the background. Hidden within a maze of decadent garden pathways, the pop-up gin bar is nestled within old walled gardens. Also home to the festival’s Classical Corner, a carefully curated programme of classical music will fill the June weekend.
There will also be a vivacious variety of cabaret and burlesque awaits guests in Madame Wong's House of Wrong. Blending glitz, glamour, comedy, tassels and tease, audiences can expect everything from fire dancing to sword swallowing alongside an eclectic blend of world music.
Not to be missed is The Great Estate’s onsite wellness area will offer head-to-toe pampering for weary festivals goers. Boasting wood-fired hot tubs, a sauna yurt, sound bath healing, massage, yoga sessions, guided meditation classes and crystal healing, The Sanctuary is on hand to help rejuvenate tired minds.
Other attractions include an onsite tattoo parlour, children’s area, barber shop and skate park.
Don't miss out on what is set to be an amazing second year of this beautiful festival!