THE Great Estate Festival returns this Jubilee weekend, tickets are on sale now, and new headline acts have been announced.

The festival is for all ages, and will host cabaret shows, participatory workshops, magical trails, glamping and 'a flair for the extraordinary.'

Located at the grounds of The Scorrier Estate, The Great Estate has quickly become one of Cornwall’s most anticipated music festivals. Raising its capacity to 10,000 guests this year, The Great Estate is renowned for showcasing international musicians and local emerging talent,

Manic Street Preachers, who have sold more than 10 million albums worldwide and have hits such as 'If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next' and 'The Masses Against the Classes' are one of the new headline acts to be announced. The band are from Wales and have been described as the most 'influential and iconic rock bands to have come out of Wales'.

Manic Street Preachers. Photo: Alex Lake

Manic Street Preachers. Photo: Alex Lake

Black Grape and Ibbo Sound Machine will join Electric Six, DJ Yoda, Elektra Fence and more over the Jubilee weekend. Electric Six have had hits with 'Danger, High Voltage' and 'Gay Bar'.

Fronted by the infamous Shaun Ryder of the Happy Mondays, Black Grape are a force of nature on the festival scene. Champions of 90s rave culture and Brit Pop crossover, the band tag themselves as a British Rock band, featuring former members of the Happy Mondays and the Ruthless Rap Assassins. Their musical style fuses funk, electro, rap and rock. With performances that are said to be 'lively' Shaun Ryder is also a Raconteur and TV Personality.

To celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, there will be a World Record attempt of the most people wearing paper crowns, a festival-wide Royal Themed Fancy Dress Competition - for the whole family to enjoy. There will also be The Royal Garden Games, this will be a chance for guests to compete in activities that the royals have enjoyed throughout the years.

The Old Time Sailors is a flashmob musical show designed to take the audience back in time through an unforgettable trip to the 19th century. Hip Hop Karaoke, Under The Canopy Cornwall, Vintage Fairground, Captain Inkus Tattoo Parlour, Onsite Traditional Barber and Comedy Hours, including a performance from BBC's RuPaul's Drag Race star Elektra Fence.

Camel racing at Great Estate Festival 2021. Photo: Lewis Harrison-Pinder

Camel racing at Great Estate Festival 2021. Photo: Lewis Harrison-Pinder

Festival favourites Tarquin’s Secret Gin Garden and Madame Wong’s House of Wrong return with a full line-up of music, burlesque and performances throughout the weekend and after a successful first year at the festival in 2021, Chef Ben Quinn is back with his long table feasts nestled within the woods.

Those who enjoy a moment of calm can find themselves in The Sanctuary - an area for wellness and workshops for all, The Zen Den yoga tent and home to the newest stage Earth & Roots with the full line up to be announced very soon.

Tickets start from only £65 for a three day weekend pass, or can be upgraded to include Thursday, to celebrate the Jubilee. More information about the acts, happenings and special events can be found here: