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3 – 5 September 2021 / The Trentham Estate, Staffordshire

Trentham Live

Line up


Outdoor gigs in stunning surroundings

A brand new addition to the live music calendar in 2021, Trentham Live finds some of the biggest names in music coming to Trentham Estate over one weekend in September.

For its premier year, Trentham Live announced McFly, The Vamps and Alfie Boe as headliners.

McFly – Exuberant pop quartet McFly have been churning out hits since becoming the youngest ever band to land a UK No.1 album with their 2004 debut Room On The Third Floor. The band won a BRIT for Best British Pop Act and scored three No.1 singles in their first two years together, most notably the charity single All About You. The band split in 2016, but reformed in 2019 and come to Trentham Live off the back of their 2020 album Young Dumb Thrills.

The Vamps – The Vamps formed in 2012, initially drawing an eager fan base with online videos of cover songs. The band's debut album Meet The Vamps was a huge success, hitting No.2 in the UK album charts on its way to being certified Platinum, helped by a string of Top Ten hits, including the single Can We Dance. The quartet have kept up this impressive trend while constantly pushing their music forward, as evidenced on their acclaimed 2020 album Cherry Blossom. The Vamps will be joined by X Factor winners Rak-Su and Amy Jo.

Alfie Boe – Simply put, Alfie Boe is one of the biggest classical megastars on the planet. He's an acclaimed star of stage and screen, in particular for his portrayal of Jean Valjean in Les Misérables. Five of his albums have been certified Platinum and he's had three UK No.1 albums as Ball & Boe with kindred spirit and fellow stage star Michael Ball. Boe will be supported by Collabro and Britain's Got Talent winner Jai McDowall.