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Soho House, Festival Republic and Waterworks festivals ahead

Pete Tong's Ibiza Classics to headline Soho House Festival
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June 7, 2023

Gunnersbury Park is set to host a number of major events over the summer with thousands expected to attend each da

On Thursday 6 July and Saturday 8 July the Soho House Group will again be taking over part of the park for two separate days of music acts, entertainment, with unlimited food and drinks included in ticket price which is 275 pounds for members and 325 pounds for Soho Friends. Friends and members are allowed to buy four tickets including one for themselves.

The full line-up of acts includes Sugababes, Tom Grennan, Annie Mac, Kelis, Honey Dijon and Kojey Radical. In addition there will be Pete Tong's Ibiza Classics with Jules Buckley and the Essential Orchestra on both days,

As well as inhouse catering from Soho House chefs there will be food pop-ups from the likes of Michelin-starred Berenjak and Wright Brothers. There are also onsite festival beauty pop-ups for hair and makeup, plus Cowshed spa treatments – from manicures to massages – all included.

The Gunnersbury Park & Museum Trust is holding a meeting for residents on Zoom to discuss the Soho House festival on Monday 12 June from 6-7pm.

Festival Republic is also returning to the park for five concerts between 11 and 20 August with space being taken up from 31 July to 30 August.

The organisers say that, following complaints about noised from local residents last year, measures have been put in place to mitigate the impact. As part of the plan for 2023, the repositioning of the stage has been proposed. The capacity will remain at 25,000 with food and bars on site.

Currently, confirmed concerts are:

11 August: N-Dubz plus Venbee, gates open 4.00pm, live music finishes 10.30pm

12 August: Kygo, gates open 2.00pm, live music finishes 10.30pm

13 August: Limp Bizkit & Pendulum, gates open 2.00pm, live music finishes 10.30pm

17 August: Joji, gates open 5.00pm, live music finishes 10.30pm

20 August: Boygenius, gates open 2.00pm. lie music finishes 10.00pm

The resident webpage is now live and will be updated regularly with sound check timings and complimentary resident tickets.

A Community Liaison Manager will be on site throughout events and will be contactable on 0203 781 0001. Prior to 31 July, residents can email with any questions.

Waterworks is also back at Gunnersbury Park on Saturday 16 September. Waterworks is a multi-stage festival that celebrates cutting-edge UK based and influenced electronic music with a strong emphasis on supporting emerging talent. Gunnersbury will also be hosting the DnB Allstars Festival on Sunday 17 September, the event will use the same site and stages as Waterworks. As with Festival Republic, the organiser says it has introduced mitigation measures following noise complaints last year.

The Trust has organised a Residents’ Meeting for Festival Republic’s Concert Series, Waterworks & the DnB Allstars Festival on Sunday 2 July, 11am – 1pm at Gunnersbury Park Museum.

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June 7, 2023