Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place Festival has announced more new guests for the event which lands at Tatton Park next month.

Following on from the first Happy Place Festival of the summer at Chiswick House and Gardens in July, Fearne Cotton has now announced additional guests Vicky Pattison and The High Performance podcast.

The new names will join previously announced guests including Henry Holland, Denise Van Outen (DJ set), Kirsty Gallagher, Jambo Dragon, Giselle La Pompe-Moore, Poppy Delbridge, Richie Norton, Rosie Underwood, Katie Brindle, Emerald & Tiger, Zephyr Wildman, IO Project, Monica Bazzani, Donna Lancaster, Dr Olivia Remes, Hannah Barrett, Alex Bedoya and Marcia Sharp.

The event which promises an inspiring festival experience of workshops, talks, food and guest speakers announced the first wave of guests in April.  A second wave of guests was announced in May.  Sophie Morgan and Cel Spellman will host the Tatton Park event when it returns to the region.

The festival has one clear ethos and ambition – to offer something for everyone to help clear the mind, bring simple joy and help unlock that inner happiness. Festival goers can indulge in a huge variety of activities including Breath and Sleep sessions, Mindful Calligraphy and Craft Workshops, Astrology, Guided and Electronic music meditations, Women’s Circles, Vinyasa Flow Yoga Classes, Sound Baths, Energy Studio exercise sessions …alongside new festival elements including live music and a creative arts tent.

All festival workshops and classes have been announced via the Happy Place website.

Speaking about Happy Place Festival, Fearne Cotton said, “I am so excited to be back at the beautiful Tatton Park in September and to meet some of our Happy Place community! Last year at Tatton was such an inspiring experience, and to see so many people enjoying and engaging with our Happy Place programme and speakers was truly wonderful to see. We have been carefully curating and programming all elements of the festival and we are so excited to bring powerful and impactful conversations with some incredible, inspiring speakers and guests. Our aim is to offer a version of self-care that festival goers can enjoy and consume at their own pace. Whether that’s listening to some expert talks, watching me record my live podcasts with my very special guests, trialing some of the workshops and activities on offer, or just enjoying the relaxed atmosphere we hope the festival does so provide – I can’t wait to see you all there.”


Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place Festival runs at Tatton Park from 2-3 September.