JMP_Vintage_Goodwood_14[1]Tickets are now on sale for Vintage at Goodwood, the  first festival to combine music, fashion, design and retail in a glamorous celebration of five decades of British cool. Running 13 – 15 August in the glorious surroundings of the Goodwood Estate, West Sussex, and featuring the first performance by Sandie Shaw in over 20 years and launch of Lily Allen’s new fashion label Lucy in Disguise, Vintage at Goodwood could be the festival to attend this summer.

Dubbed ‘The Festival of Our Lives’, Vintage at Goodwood sets  out to combine the best of contemporary music, fashion, art, design and culture from the Forties, Fifties, Sixties, Seventies and Eighties in unparalleled detail and unrivalled comfort with world-renowned artists across 240 acres for 20,000 visitors a day.

In the same vein as the Festival of Britain fifty years ago, it will both celebrate and explore the musical, design and cultural lineages of the country, charting their inspiration and offering a glimpse into their future direction.

Nestled in the South Downs, overlooking the Sussex coast, Vintage at Goodwood will offer “posh” woodland camping unlike any other festival both in setting and style. Distinguishing Vintage at Goodowood from other festivals will be the unprecedented levels of luxury accommodation and facilities available.

Be it under beautiful bricks and mortar in the Goodwood Hotel, specially-constructed glamorous camping in the secluded glades, or bedding down in vintage caravans, customized vintage pod pads, or one’s own tent, all attending will have the opportunity to dress up and not be compromised on comfort.

There is plenty pf reason to get dressed-up as the festival’s music line-up is to span five onsite clubs and an ‘inspired by’ main stage with acts including Sandie Shaw, David Holmes, Heaven 17, Leroy Hutson, The Beat, Wanda Jackson, Imelda May, The Noisettes, Barry Cryer, Mike Sanchez and Band, The Damned, The Buzzcocks and many more to be announced.


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  1. Richard Smith