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Live music is set to return to Longleat Estate next summer, as Longleat Live reschedules into 2021.
The family-friendly event, which also boasts a popular food festival welcoming live demonstrations from some of the country’s biggest cooking stars, takes place from Saturday 17 – Sunday 18 July 2021. Original tickets remain valid.
Headling on Saturday will be Liverpudlian rockers The Wombats.
The band’s latest album Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life was released in October 2018 and debuted at No.3 on the Official UK Albums Chart.
Some of their best-known tracks include Let’s Dance To Joy Division, Kill The Director and Moving To New York.
The Wombats will be joined by Sundara Karma, Circa Waves and more.
Headlining on the Sunday night will legendary London indie makers Razorlight.
Fronted by Johnny Borell, Razorlight have released four albums so far with their latest release Olymous Sleeping dropping in 2018.
Fans can look forward to hearing the band perform their biggest hits such as In The Morning, Somewhere Else and the chart-topping America.
Razlorlight will be joined on the Sunday by British singer-songwriters Ella Eyre and Lucy Spraggan.
Fusing the worlds of music and food together, the festival will also host a series of live cooking destinations.
Saturday will feature an appearance from the hugely popular The Hairy Bikers ahead of their forthcoming UK tour, and Sunday will see the equally popular James Martin cooking up a storm.
The family-friendly festival will have loads of activities suitable for all ages to enjoy, including a funfair and the world-famous wildlife park which hosts only England’s only koalas, plus tigers, prides of lions, troops of monkeys, a pack of wolves and more.
Original tickets remain valid. Tickets for Longleat Live 2021 are available now through Ticketmaster.co.uk.