What’s new this year?
2019 is Trentham’s 15th birthday, and the 10th summer we’ve held our incredibly popular, family-friendly concerts. This year, we’re hosting 15 concerts, every Saturday night from the 8th June to 14th September. We have a brand new, wide stage which will give our audience a better view than ever before. Tickets will be available online only for the first days of sales, with remaining tickets available from 3pm on Friday 5th April onwards, during open hours from the entrance to the gardens. Check out which tickets go on sale when, on our website’s live music page.
You spoke, we listened, after the success of last year’s 80s and 90s nights we’ve decided to add extra dates for each this year to ensure everybody gets the chance to dance their way through the decades. With the additional capacity thanks to our brand-new stage this means we have tripled the amount of tickets based on previous years. Better buy those leg warmers now!
2019 will also see the first time we put on the following shows; Absolute Noughties (20th July), Club Classics (3 August), A Tribute to Elton John (10 August), Soul Legends (17 August) and A Tribute to George Michael (7 September).
For visitor comfort and safety we’ve introduced a few changes.
These are family focussed, picnic events and you’re welcome to bring a moderate amount of alcohol which we’ve defined as a maximum of 4 cans of beer or cider OR 75cl wine OR 75cl / 4 cans of combined spirit and mixer per person. A Challenge 25 bar will be available at the amphitheatre should you require anything further, please bring proof of age if you’re lucky enough to look under 25! Please do not bring any excess alcohol to site you will be asked to dispose of it before entering or will be refused admission.
Glass bottles and containers will not be allowed into the concert area this year. Please decant your drinks before you arrive on site. Security will ask you to decant and recycle glass bottles before admitting you.
Sharp knives will not be permitted, we accept butter knives and plastic/wooden ones, but please do not include sharp items in your picnic baskets, we suggest that you cut your picnic items in advance.
We ask all our visitors to comply with the above, and to arrive properly prepared to help minimise delays at the entrance.
Enjoy yourselves and thank you.