Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place Festival is coming to Tatton Park in September after debuting at Chiswick House in August.
The festival will feature workshops, classes, live podcasts and more to help find joy each and every day and is curated by Fearne Cotton.
The festival is an addition to the broadcaster and best selling author’s acclaimed Happy Place Podcast and her Sunday Times Best Selling book Happy. Happy, released in 2017 was the first in a series of books talking about her own, and some of the not so positive, experiences with happiness. This also forms the concept behind her podcast series Happy Place.
And now the Happy Place Festival aims to help clear the mind and bring joy and inner happiness. The festival is set to be an immersive experience giving the chance to escape anything participants are experiencing in real life.
Workshops are set to include a creative workshops tepee in association with notonthehighstreet, yoga classes, live podcasts, talks, outlets from wellbeing business and food outlets. It will also feature massage, relaxation, sound therapy, mindful arts and crats as well as meditation workshops.
The Happy Place Festivals are in collaboration with Rituals, a pioneering wellbeing and lifestyle brand that perfectly mirrors the Happy Place ethos of unlocking inner happiness and enjoying life’s little moments. Inspired by the wisdom and ancient traditions of Asian cultures, Rituals is dedicated to helping you slow down and bring joy to daily rituals through thoughtful and conscious body and wellbeing products.
When does Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place Festival take place at Tatton Park?
Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place Festival takes place at Tatton Park on 7 and 8 September 2019.
When do tickets for Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place Festival go on sale?
Tickets for Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place Festival go on sale at 10am on Friday 12 April through Seetickets. Additional classes at extra charges will be available at a later date.
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