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Summer is only just beginning as new music extravaganza hits UK

McFly to play first ever Trentham Live

You may’ve been looking at the calendar lately wondering where the holidays went.

While some of you might welcome September with open arms, namely parents looking to send the kids back to school, some of you are likely dreading the end of sunshine.

But, thanks to a brand new star-studded event, your summer is only just arriving!

Say hello to Trentham Live 2021.

[Credit: Trentham Live]

This music extravaganza is swooping into the UK on September 3 for a three-day fiesta of live acts against the backdrop of stunning surroundings at Staffordshire’s Trentham Estate.

“We can’t wait to see our fans and perform live again after such a strange year.”

McFly

If you know your Obviously from your All About You, then the Friday headline act will need no introduction, with pop punk phenomenon McFly gracing the stage.

If you’re not quite down with Tom, Dougie, Harry and Danny belting out their bubble gum rock classics, then you can flirt with The Vamps set on Saturday instead.

There will be a taste of X Factor glory too, with Rak-Su also on the line-up with support act Amy Jo.

Or for a totally different flavour, you’ll find classical legend Alfie Boe ­– known for his powerhouse West End and Broadway vocals – showcasing his tenor tones on Sunday.

He will be sharing the spotlight with Britain’s Got Talent stars Collabro and Jai McDowall.

Chatting about the upcoming festival, Alastair Budd, senior director of the Trentham Estate, said he can’t wait to host “an unmissable weekend of amazing live music”.

Meanwhile, McFly can barely contain their excitement to hit the stage following a long and slow road out of lockdown where live music has been sorely missed.

[Credit: Trentham Live]

In a statement, they said: “We are delighted to be the first headliner of Trentham Live. We are told that musical greats such as The Rolling Stones and The Beatles played at The Trentham Estate in the past, so we’re in very good company.

“We can’t wait to see our fans and perform live for them again after such a strange year.”

To bop down the front row, click here: Trentham Live.

Pray for sunshine!

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