Where on earth is GP this weekend? (mainly in the country in the top left, but you know, it looks good)
This weekend you can find Guilty Pleasures at several wonderful places in this our fair globe, so there could be a party happening very near you if you’re in need of a pop fix.
Edinburgh castle – the background to our pop spectacle
First stop – Edinburgh and the glorious Edinburgh Fringe. Guilty Pleasures is putting the hours in this weekend, with four parties happening at the Assembly@Princes Street Gardens, the world’s most beautiful spiegeltent in the shadow of the castle. Thursday night (tonight!) we’re getting all nautical to launch our second weekend of the good ship GP docked here in the capital of Scotland, before taking over the tent Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11.30pm. It’s going to be a SCREAM. Tickets here – get them quick!
Manchester Arndale, a architectural delight.
Manchester has it’s very own poptastic monthly excursion happening on Saturday 14th as the Deaf Institute once again becomes the centre of musical excellence (or something) for the evening as the marvellous music factor is turned up to 11 with Guilty Pleasures. It all starts at 10pm for five dizzy hours of dancing delight. Get your tickets here for that magical pop music.
Goodwood House – it’s dead swanky
Finally, the Vintage at Goodwood Festival is taking place at, er, Goodwood on Goodwood Street, Goodwood Town, Goodwood land (or here if you want facts instead of stupidity). Instead of the usual horse / car racing / tipsy ladies in high street fascinators that comes from this here location, this weekend will see it transformed for this wonderful celebration of the fashion, music and culture of the olden days and yore. Or the past 50 years, which still qualifies as yore to us.
Guilty Pleasures will be bringing the party and playing some specially themed music for this wonderful festival, on the Sunday day and on the Saturday night when we’ll be warming up for the FACES! Yes, we know! Tres exciting. But they won’t be fronted by this guy:
But this one
Yes, Mick Hucknall the face of the Faces, not Rod. For now. Regardless, we think it will be a brilliant weekend with plenty of marvellous things to do. Day and weekend tickets still available here!
So there you go. Hopefully you’ll be able to come along to one of our many parties this weekend for a whirl around the dancefloor / grass / tent to our special blend of non-stop pop!