Details of Cotton Clouds Festival 2017 to take place at Saddleworth Cricket Club on Saturday 12 August 2017 have been revealed.
The brand new one day Cotton Clouds Festival will feature performances from the likes of The Coral, The Sugarhill Gang, Nick Heyward, The Whip, PINS, Everly Pregnant Brothers and Clint Boon (DJ set).
Cotton Clouds Festival has been put together by Max and Rick Lees alongside local entrepreneur Luke Stanley.
Speaking about the debut festival the Lees brothers said, “Having played and worked at many festivals across the UK and Europe over the last 8 years we’ve built up the knowledge and contacts to finally make this work. Saddleworth is a beautiful setting for a festival and has a rich musical heritage but there hasn’t been a music event of this scale here since The Jam played here in 1979. We hope to build a reputable event that becomes part of the UK festival scene over the coming years.”
What’s the line-up for Cotton Clouds Festival 2017?
Cotton Clouds Festival will feature an outdoor main stage as well as two indoor stages curated by Time Peaks Diner and Jimmy’s Manchester.
As well as established acts like The Coral, Pins and The Sugarhill Gang, the festival will also offer a platform for the next generation of talent.
The Sugarhill Gang
Everly Pregnant Brothers
Clint Boon (DJ Set)
Gareth Brooks (DJ Set)
Howling Rhythm & The Howling Horns
Ethan & The Reformation
Tim Peaks Diner
The Rhythm Method
Colour Me Wednesday
What else is there at Cotton Clouds Festival 2017?
There’ll be plenty for the little ones too. The festival’s children’s activities area will be offering the nippers plenty of creative kicks, fun face painting, bold and brassy badge-making, arts and crafts classes and much more.
Specially selected street food stalls, pop up bars and a real ale tent will be landing at the festival for the entire duration.
Where and when does Cotton Clouds Festival take place?
Situated in the old, industrial textile powerhouse of Saddleworth and set against the breathtaking vista of the stunning Peak District National Park, Cotton Clouds Festival is just a short 30 minute trip by car or train east of Manchester.
Cotton Clouds Festival 2017 takes place at Saddleworth Cricket Club, Well-I-Hole Rd, Greenfield, Oldham OL3 7HY.
Cotton Clouds Festival 2017 takes place on 12 August 2017.
When do tickets go on sale? How much are they?
Tickets go on sale via the Cotton Clouds Website at 9am on 21 April. Tickets are priced £39 plus booking fee.
Author: Editorial Team
Live Manchester editorial team