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Woodland Disco Festival 2024 line-up revealed and plans for Newstead Abbey return confirmed

Get ready for a confetti-soaked celebration of house, soulful house, disco house, and disco. 


The line-up for a festival taking place next year at Newstead Abbey has been officially revealed.

Nottingham’s Woodland Disco Festival will again take place at Newstead Abbey on Saturday, July 6, 2024 for a confetti-soaked celebration of house, soulful house, disco house, and disco. 

2024’s edition will see Sister Sledge featuring Kathy Sledge, Jocelyn Brown, Fat Tony, Gok Wan, Allister Whitehead, Danny Rampling, Dr Packer, Michael Gray, and Seamus Haji providing the tunes. 

With countless iconic tracks like He’s The Greatest Dancer and We Are Family, headliners Sister Sledge will surely put on a super memorable show. Gok Wan is no stranger to the festival, playing for a second year in a row now due to popular demand.

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If you want to make your festival experience super special, go VIP for premium amenities, private bars, fancy toilets, chill-out areas, and access to the golden circle area of the crowd.

Tickets for Woodland Disco Festival go on sale on Friday, November 24 and can be bought from HERE

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