Come Together & Slip Inside – The Great Estate Festival, Scorrier Estate, Cornwall, 2nd To 4th June 2023

The Great Estate Festival is the most rambunctious garden fête, set within the mystical grounds of Scorrier Estate, Cornwall.

An Award-winning Boutique, Family Festival, it is now in its 6th year, and the magic just keeps growing.

2023 is destined to be fully loaded with their first epic headline announcement of:






Over the past three and a half decades, Primal Scream have embraced everything from psychedelic pop to degenerate rock’n’roll, euphoric rave to industrial gloom and captured the mood of the nation several times over. They have made records with George Clinton and Kate Moss, invited Mani of the Stone Roses and Kevin Shields of My Bloody Valentine into the fold, and throughout it all, they have always sounded like Primal Scream, and they have always made great music.

Musical disrupters in every sense, the band are part of Britain’s cultural heritage. 30 years since the release of the revolutionary Screamadelica and 11 studio albums later, their songs still resonate with everyone from every generation to have ever found themselves on a dancefloor.

Also announced additions to the 2023 line-up include:

SYMPHONIC IBIZA – (SUNDAY HEADLINER) Features some of the most famous Ibiza club anthems from the last 30 years presented in a new and totally unexpected way. Created by DJ and Producer Andy Joyce, (Pacha, Amnesia, Eden, Café Mambo) and accomplished composer and musical director Steve Etherington, Symphonic Ibiza fuses the best Ibiza dance anthems with a DJ, vocalists and a thrilling live Orchestra creating an incredible night of euphoric dancing, banging tunes and stunning high tempo performances.

HENGE – Winners of the Best Live Act at the Independent Festival Awards. Their music escapes definition but occupies a space between rave and prog rock that nobody knew existed. It is energetic, subversive and invigoratingly playful, jovially going ‘where no one has gone before’.

THE CUBAN BROTHERS – Miguel and his suspect sidekicks are renowned the world over for their party starting skills, risqué sketches, B Boy moves & funk-fuelled music.

ELVANA – Elvis fronted Nirvana – From the bowels of Disgraceland, Rock & Roll icons of the afterlife are raised from the dead! Rock & Roll meets Grunge as Elvis fronts Nirvana and gives the band the front man it’s been missing since ’94.

The Great Estate is also renowned for its happenings across the weekend including;

Hip Hop Karaoke, The Sanctuary Well Being Area, The Zen Den, Vintage Fairground, Victorian Sports Day, Wood Fired Hot Tubs, Captain Inkus Tattoo Parlour, Under The Canopy Cornwall Adventure Club, Madame Wong’s House of Wrong, The Secret Gin Garden & so much more to be announced.

About The Great Estate:

Nestled within the prestigious grounds of The Scorrier Estate, The Great Estate has quickly become one of Cornwall’s most anticipated music festivals. Having sold out it’s 10,000 capacity for the last few years, The Great Estate is renowned for showcasing international musicians and local emerging talent, alongside performances from a string of major bands and DJ’s including Manic Street Preachers, Echo and the Bunnymen, The Charlatans, Razorlight, James, Black Grape & Electric Six to name a few. It continues to add to an eclectic portfolio of artists each year for a weekend of exuberant delights.

About Scorrier House & Estate:

Scorrier House is an exclusive country house set within four hundred acres of private parkland and historic gardens. Originally built in 1780 by the mining tycoon John Williams, Scorrier House embodies an important period of Cornish history. Home to the Williams family, Scorrier House is renowned for its garden, an evolving timepiece combining winding paths, wild meadows, maintained borders, flowering urns and radiant vistas.

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