THE FIRST SOCIALLY DISTANCED OUTDOOR FESTIVAL

TO BE HELD AT GISBURNE PARK

THE FIRST SOCIALLY DISTANCED OUTDOOR FESTIVAL

The UK’s first purpose built ‘socially-distanced’ outdoor festival is set to take place at the idyllic Gisburne Park Estate with an eight week-programme of music, entertainment, food, drink and boutique glamping.

Set deep in the English countryside, the Gisburne Park Pop-Up will take place between July 11th and August 30th with the option of day tickets or weekend glamping and is expected to welcome 24,000 socially-conscientious guests over two months.

Some of the UK’s biggest names in dance music –  including  Jonas Blue,  Shapeshifters and Sam Divine –  have been announced to play the festival’s weekly ‘Party in the Park’ experience, alongside a programme of immersive movie nights, live entertainment and family-focussed events.

Dress up movie nights include Grease, Dirty Dancing and Moulin Rouge with family-friendly screenings of Dumbo, Frozen and Finding Nemo.

Guests  book their own individual hexagonal pitches, each large enough for a social bubble of six and spaced 2.6m apart. Designated bar-to-pitch service brings delicious food and single serve drinks directly to the customer eliminating the need to queue; whilst a sophisticated one-way system ensures festival-goers can make their way around the 10-acre site with a minimum of 2m physical distance between other guests.

For guests wishing to stay an entire weekend, onsite luxury five-metre wide bell tents are available to book. Each comes with electricity, an outdoor fire pit and access to on-site private showers. Guests can also choose to stay at the north of England’s leading hot tub holiday destination, Ribblesdale Park, which is also nestled within the Gisburne Park Estate and features luxury lodges and cosy cottages.

Tickets to Gisburne Park Pop-Up events are now available to buy  from https://www.gisburneparkpopup.com/.  The festival is open with events Wednesday – Sunday every week  from July 11th – August 30th.

 

 

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