Modern soul sensation John Newman and RnB star Jessie Ware will be topping the No Tomorrow festival bill at Wollaton Hall in Nottingham this summer.
The two-day festival returns to the serene setting of Wollaton Hall and Deer Park near Nottingham in June, after 10,000 people enjoyed live sets from the now-multi-Grammy award-winning Sam Smith, London Grammar, Clean Bandit and Nottingham’s Indiana last summer.
Joining John and Jessie on Saturday, June 6 and Sunday, June 7 will be Brits 2015 Critics’ Choice Award winner James Bay, Nottingham DJ Philip George, RnB duo Blonde and Grammy-nominated MNEK.
“I am very pleased to be announcing that after the resounding success of last year, No Tomorrow festival is back for 2015 and has expanded to a weekend event,” Ali McLean, of festival organisers DHP Family, said to the Nottingham Post.
“We are really happy to be back at Wollaton Park, with its beautiful leafy surrounds and lush grounds; it is the perfect setting for celebrating the start of summer.”
Look at all the fun festival-goers had at last year’s event:
Weekend tickets are available now for £65, and VIP weekend tickets are £125. For more details, visit notomorrowfestival.com.
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