Cool Britannia Festival 2019 dates confirmed for Knebworth

PUBLISHED: 10:46 26 September 2018 | UPDATED: 18:26 30 September 2018

A large crowd for Feeder at Cool Britannia Festival 2018. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDS

A large crowd for Feeder at Cool Britannia Festival 2018. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDS

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A music festival celebrating the 1990s is set to return to Knebworth next year with dates now confirmed.

The inaugural Cool Britannia Festival took place at Knebworth House earlier this month with Happy Mondays and Ocean Colour Scene headlining the main stage.

Organisers of the Britpop-inspired event have now confirmed dates for the festival’s return in 2019 and when tickets will go on sale.

Cool Britannia 2019 will take place at Knebworth Park from Friday, August 30 to Sunday, September 1.

Early bird tickets will go on sale at 9am on Friday, October 5.

Promoters say full details, prices and where to buy tickets will be announced in the coming days.

• Visit the Cool Britannia website at https://www.coolbritanniafest.com/ for more details.

Cool Britannia Festival 2018. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDSCool Britannia Festival 2018. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDS

Flying the flag at Cool Britannia Festival 2018. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDSFlying the flag at Cool Britannia Festival 2018. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDS

Cool Britannia Festival at Knebworth. Picture: Alan Davies.Cool Britannia Festival at Knebworth. Picture: Alan Davies.

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Crowds gather at the Main Stage at Cool Britannia Festival 2018. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDSCrowds gather at the Main Stage at Cool Britannia Festival 2018. Picture: KEVIN RICHARDS

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