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TRENTHAM SUMMER CONCERTS 2022 return with 14 unmissable shows taking place on Fridays and Saturdays, from 10th June through to 23rd July offering separate nights of live music entertainment for the family to enjoy by the stunning lakeside.

Not only do the concerts offer live outdoor music in an incredible setting, but also a safe way for people to get back into enjoying live music with the added bonus of being able to enjoy a picnic and make memories with the whole family.
The Trentham Summer Concerts 2022 full line up is as follows:
JUNE 2022
Friday 10 June:            Club Classics
Saturday 11 June:       Totally 90’s
Friday 17 June:            Disco Inferno – 1970’s Disco
Saturday 18 June:       80’s Mania
Friday 24 June:            The Stars from The Commitments
Saturday 25 June:       Absolute Noughties
JULY 2022
Friday 1 July:                ABBA Reunion
Saturday 2 July:           The Kopycat Killers plus Subarctic Monkeys
Friday 8 July:                Mercury – A Tribute to Queen
Satuday 9 July:             Club Classics
Friday 15 July:             80’s Mania
Saturday 16 July:        Monster Rock Anthems
Friday 22 July:             Ultimate Party – 80s 90s 00s
Saturday 23 July:        Britpop Live
Alastair Budd, Senior Director at Trentham, comments: “We are amazed by the response we’ve had so far for this year’s summer concerts line-up and we can’t wait to see it’s return.   With acts to suit all tastes from 80's Mania to Club Classics and everything in between, our 2022 line-up has something for everyone!”
Tickets are priced at £19 per person.   Children are welcome, but under 16’s have to be accompanied by an adult, under 3’s go free.
A small number of VIP gazebos are also available for £65.  The gazebos are 3m by 3m plus private grass space and include a 6ft trestle table and six Trentham deckchairs all located within the premium seating area with an elevated view across the lake.
Doors open at 6pm for a 7.30pm start.
For more information and to book tickets, please visit:  
Trentham offers one of the UK’s most diverse days out with a range of leisure activities for all ages. It’s one of the country’s top leisure destinations, attracting more than 3.2m visitors per year.  
In 2021 Trentham won an iTravel Staycation Award for Green Space of the Year, in recognition of natural refuge the destination provided during the pandemic. The fabulous, restored Trentham Gardens, at the heart of the estate, attracted 837,500 paid visits in 2019 – making them one of the most visited gardens in the UK. 
Trentham also came out on top across three categories at The Enjoy Staffordshire Tourism & Good Food Awards 2022, in partnership with Visit England. Winning awards for Large ‘Visitor Attraction of the Year’ and ‘Resilience and Innovation’. Melissa Lewis, Head of Visitor Experience & Sales at Trentham, was also awarded ‘Unsung Hero of the Year’.
Owned and managed by St. Modwen, the expert developer and regeneration specialist, the 725-acre estate, which was previously owned for over 400 years by the Dukes of Sutherland, has undergone a massive regeneration programme since 2003. 
The famed Trentham Gardens includes the very important Italianate Gardens designed by Charles Barry in the 1830s, which have been lovingly restored using top landscape designers. The gardens feature the UK’s first ‘barefoot’ walk, as well as a fantastic children’s adventure play area and maze, and a beautiful walk around the mile-long lake, originally laid out by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown in the 18th century.
Trentham is also home to Trentham Garden Centre and the expanded Shopping Village, which offers a huge range of shops and eateries for the whole family, as well as a 119-bedroom Premier Inn Hotel. 
Trentham is a conservation and biodiversity hotspot, with the Monkey Forest offering visitors the opportunity to walk amongst 140 free roaming Barbary macaques, in a natural woodland environment for this endangered species.  Trentham boasts extensive woodlands with the formal conservation designation as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), with the wider estate providing grazing for rare breed herds and wild black fallow deer.

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