Splendour Festival will welcome a host of Trent Rockets players on 23 and 24 July, with Nottingham’s largest festival fusing music with family-friendly sporting entertainment.
Luke Fletcher, a new addition to the Trent Bridge-based side this year, will be in attendance at the festival, which features an eclectic mix of artists from Richard Ashcroft and Anne-Marie to Becky Hill and Craig David.
Fletcherwill be joined at the event by Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Ella Claridge, Samit Patel, Sophie Munro and Tom Moores, all of whom will be offering cricketing tips at the Trent Rockets activation area based near the funfair to the right of the main stage.
Festival-goers will also be able to put their skills to the test against the pros, courtesy of cricket challenges laid on by coaches from Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club.
“I can't wait to soak up the atmosphere at Splendour and catch some of the acts I grew up listening to, as well as some of the more recent artists that the lads put on in our changing room now,” Fletcher said.
“There's always a fun, party atmosphere at Trent Bridge, and we enjoy seeing supporters of all ages turning out to have a good time. It'll be exactly the same kind of buzz at Wollaton Park this weekend."
Attendees of the festival on Sunday will be able to watch Nottingham singer/songwriter BEKA, who will be playing at Trent Bridge on Trent Rockets’ double-headed matchday on 17 August.
The Human League, Razorlight, Melanie C, Supergrass and Heather Small will also feature on the main stage over the course of the weekend.
Tickets for the festival can be found here...