Glade moves to Houghton Hall in Norfolk

Dub Pistols at Beautiful Days 2009 by Sara Bowrey
Dub Pistols at Beautiful Days 2009 by Sara Bowrey

Glade Festival, the multi-genre dance event held from 10-12 June, has revealed that this year's edition will take place at Houghton Hall in Norfolk.

The festival, which was cancelled last year due to “unexpected forced increases in security and police costs”, had recently lost their previous venue at Mansion House in Biggleswade, despite signing contracts and paying a deposit.

Glade organiser Ans revealed, “Last week I got back to work having taken some time off to get married the weekend before, to find that the proverbial had hit the fan. We lost our site last week.

“The new Glade team decided not to tell me so that it wouldn’t ruin my big day and what they have done, amazingly, is manage to miraculously find another venue.”

Check back for our full interview with organiser Ans.

Lord Cholmondeley, owner of Houghton Hall and the surrounding estate, said: “We are delighted to be hosting The Glade Festival at Houghton Hall this summer. We are excited to see what they do with The Glade, and look forward to working with them.”

Adam Beyer, Global Communication and Trentemoller are set to perform at the festival, where they’ll be joined by Dub Pistols, Skrillex and more.

Click here to see the Glade Festival line-up.

Tickets are on sale now, with a weekend ticket priced at £135 plus booking fee.

Click here to buy Glade Festival tickets.