Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place Festival is set to return to Cheshire’s Tatton Park this September, bringing with it bundles of positivity and activities for guests to enjoy.
Taking place across the first weekend of September, both on the 3rd and 4th, the festival that promotes self-love and happiness is set to boast an incredibly positive line-up, with the likes of Rylan, Cel Spellman, Aicha McKenzie and, of course, Fearne herself in attendance this year.
First launching back in 2019, the festival has been dubbed the “Woodstock of Wellness” by previous guest speaker Russell Brand, and aims to bring together talks, workshops, meditation and yoga classes in one immersive experience. There, guests will be able to experience personal stories from the festival’s array of guest speakers – which beloved tele presenter Rylan Clark will headline – before getting stuck into fitness and yoga sessions, delicious wellness food, and tons of incredible workshops designed to help guests feel their best.
You can also discover the festival’s Shopping Village, boasting beautiful and artisanal goods as well as showcasing independent brands in health, fitness, welding, food and drink. Roam pop-up shops from the likes of Canopy & Stars, The Coconut Collab, Yogi Bare and even check out Fearne Cotton’s collaborative collection with fashion brand Nobody’s Child, with 15% off exclusive to the festival.
In the Food Pavilion, you’ll find an all-star cast of chef extraordinaires who promise to bring people together through the power of food, alongside flavour-packed favourites that’ll energise and revitalise. You can also visit the festival’s massage sanctuary, poet tree, book stall and pop by the chillout zone in association with Nobody’s Child where you can make a pledge to yourself, someone you love or the planet.
Speaking of this year’s festival, Fearne said: “I’m incredibly excited to bring back the Happy Place festival live to London and Cheshire this year. I’m looking forward to seeing lots of happy faces enjoying all we have to offer. It’ll be a real celebration of connection and joy”.
Tickets for Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place Festival are now on sale, so if you’re in the mood for an uplifting experience, keep up to date with the latest here.