The Tatton Park Pop Up Festival reaches its finale this week, with seven separate shows throughout the week including Symphonic Ibiza and Brutus Gold’s Love Train.


By the time it closes, the festival will have held 52 events throughout the summer, and welcomed tens of thousands of guests to its spectacular lakeside setting.


The festival line-up concludes with the world’s leading live disco event, Brutus Gold’s Love Train, on Sunday 29 August.


Since its launch in 1989, the Brutus Gold Affair has been consistently wowing audiences across the world with its meticulously crafted sets, authentic costumes and flawless selection of disco classics, including ‘Stayin’ Alive’, ‘Boogie Wonderland’, ‘Le Freak’ and many more.

Brutus Gold commented: “It’s been a long, hard year brothers n sisters, but don’t worry, your disco hero, Brutus Gold is back with the entire gang this summer.  So pull on your boogie shoes, get down and dance!

“We’ll be playing all of your favourite tunes, dancing all of your favourite moves and wearing the fabulously flamboyant attire of the golden era of disco, baby. Come along, put on your red shoes and dance the blues away with us. We’re gonna have a ball!”

Love Train audiences can expect an array of disco throwbacks, dance-offs and a cast of crazy characters who embody the eccentricities of the disco dance floor.

What else is on this week
  • Princess Tea Party – Wednesday 25 August
  • Battle of the Bands: Spice Girls vs Take That – Thursday 26 August
  • The Greatest Show – Kids Edition – Friday 27 August
  • Killer Queen – Friday 27 August
  • Mamma Mia The Party – Saturday 28 August
  • Symphonic Ibiza – Saturday 28 August
  • Brutus Gold’s Love Train – Sunday 29 August

Rebecca Hartley is the founder of the festival. She said: “We have had a ball putting on this festival this summer! It’s been brilliant to see people singing, dancing and having fun after a such a long time. The support we have had has been unbelievable and I’d like to thank every single person who came along and joined us. I’m already looking forward to next year!”


There are still tickets available for the final week’s events; head to to buy – and to sign up to the mailing list to be first to hear about plans for 2022. 


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