Saving Grace Events, the Cheshire based full service events agency, is launching a pop up festival at Tatton Park this summer. The £1 million project is backed by a number of investors, including Saving Grace Events and Innovate Ventures.

The inaugural Tatton Park Pop Up Festival will take place at Tatton’s lakeside concert venue over ten weeks this summer, with a line up including family events, live music, tribute acts and Sunday Sessions. There’s also the option for private corporate parties and main line-up hospitality packages.

Rebecca Hartley, founder of Saving Grace Events, said: “The last year has been incredibly tough for the events industry. From performers to stage builders, the entire sector suffered an immediate stoppage to work – but the time has come to put our best foot forward and get back to it! The Tatton Park Pop Up Festival will support over 50 acts plus all the events support and logistics that happens behind the scenes, putting some much-needed revenue into the sector while also delivering a high-quality summer to remember at Tatton Park.

“I’ve planned the festival with multiple variations to ensure compliance with whatever Covid-related restrictions are in place this summer. It’s time for the North West to get back to doing what it does best – throwing a really good party!”

Each event can hold up to 166 socially distanced “square” spaces, accommodating up to six people, they are complete with seating and set against the stunning scenery of Tatton Park lakeside. Gastro-style food and premium brand drinks can be purchased on site from soon-to-be-announced vendors, while ticket holders can also order luxury hampers to be delivered to their pitches.

Each event includes a number of VIP tickets, which will include premium outdoor furniture, table service and a private VIP washroom, along with a private bar operated by the famous Menagerie restaurant and bar.

Hartley added: “The amazing set up at the festival is also open for corporate events. We’re offering corporate hospitality packages for all our shows, as well as the option for bespoke events on non-show nights.”

The Tatton Park Festival will begin on June 25 and run until August 29, with events happening every weekend as well as on some weekdays during the school holidays.

Each event will be laid out to allow for social distancing. The Tatton Park Pop Up Festival team has developed multiple contingency plans allowing for numerous variations on COVID-19 restrictions.

 

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