THE highly anticipated lineup for boutique festival Cheshire Fest, which will return at a new venue later this year, has been revealed.

Acid jazz and funk group The Brand New Heavies, iconic dance vocalist Jocelyn Brown and house music heavyweights The Shapeshifters are set to soundtrack the event’s debut year at Capesthorne Hall in Macclesfield on August 31.

The event's main headliner is expected to be revealed in the coming weeks.

Up-and-coming house music duo Lovely Laura and Ben Santiago will also feature, as will The House & Garage Orchestra. Herd and & Fitz, the duo behind early 00s record ‘I Just Can’t Get Enough’ will also bring the energy to what’s set to be an unforgettable day. 

Elsewhere on the lineup, festival goers can expect electronic music maestro from Manchester Sweet Female Attitude, good vibes hunter Aline Rocha, The Murphy Brothers, Electric Emma, JD and Tom Da Lips.

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Reality-TV-star-turned-DJ Mark Wright will also be playing a set.

Cheshire Fest promises an eclectic roster of musical acts across multiple stages nestled in the lush green Cheshire countryside.

The festival will also offer more intimate and acoustic atmospheres at the Live Lounge area which will be sponsored by Stockport’s latest hot-spot, Bask. The Live Lounge will provide a tranquil oasis amidst the festival. Here, both signed and unsigned artists will showcase their talent in a relaxed environment.

New for 2024 will be a Wellness Village, where guests can indulge in rejuvenating experiences designed to nourish the mind, body, and soul. From a 0% bar offering refreshing beverages to juice detox sessions, there's something for everyone seeking a holistic festival experience.

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