The Great Estate Festival is a rambunctious garden fete held in the grounds of Scorrier House, Cornwall – near Redruth. The event will combine music, art, food and comedy. Scorrier House is the perfect destination for a summer party with 450 acres of wild meadows and ancient woodland.

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The Great Estate’s first music lineup plays host to a string of exciting acts including Echo and the Bunnymen, Electric Swing Circus, The Showhawk Duo, Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show, Tankus The Henge and Uncle Frank (Fun Lovin Criminals).

A fusion of saucy 20’s swing and stomping electro beats is expected to bring the crowd to their feet on Friday 2nd June as The Electric Swing Circus take to the main stage. Boasting an explosive sound that reverberates back through time, this high energy band are likely to hotfoot their way through most music genres.

For partygoers looking to control their own music mix, a winding pathway will lead eager revelers to a secret forest glade where the Woodland Silent Disco can be found hidden amongst the trees. Playing until the wee hours, DJ’s will battle it out spinning the best in pop, rock and club classics.

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Flowering urns and blossoming borders line the entrance to The Great Estate’s onsite wellness area, The Sanctuary. Offering head-to-toe pampering with treatments and an onsite spa, festival-goers can unwind in wood-fired hot tubs or indulge in a relaxing massage. Holistic healers will also be on hand throughout the weekend providing reiki, sound bath healing, tarot reading and crystal healing. Sleepy heads can kick-start the day with invigorating morning yoga sessions or gently ease tired minds through guided meditation classes/
18342395_422847858071368_4685316107623157092_nFor those looking to catch a bird’s eye view of The Great Estate, tethered hot air balloon rides will be flying festival guests high above the trees on Saturday 3rd June. The ultimate way to enjoy breathtaking views across the magnificent grounds of Scorrier House.

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