to Tatton Park on 2 & 3 September 2023

Happy Place returns to Tatton Park for a weekend of inspiring, uplifting, nourishing experiences involving a rich tapestry of immersive workshops, enriching talks, delicious food and a schedule of top-tier guests and speakers 

After a phenomenal summer which saw a packed-out weekend at Tatton Park, Fearne Cotton is excited to announce Happy Place festival 2023 with one clear ethos and ambition – to offer something for everyone to help clear the mind, bring simple joy and help unlock that inner happiness.

2022 saw a stellar list of special guests and speakers including household names Rylan, Steven Bartlett, Matt Willis, Dr Alex George and Tom Walker. Visitors enjoyed a range of activities including breath and sleep workshops, tote bag printing, mindful embroidery workshops, astrology sessions, guided and electronic music meditations, vinyasa flow yoga classes, crystal alchemy sound bath, and much more. 

The first wave of special guests and contributors for 2023 will be announced early next year.

Fearne quotes: “To be back in real life, having important, impactful conversations at the Happy Place festival was undoubtedly the highlight of my summer. There were such moving and inspiring conversations from all of my special guests, such memorable conversations with some of you that attended and a very special, positive energy across Tatton Park”.

Tatton Park’s Business Development Manager, Carole Hyde said: “We’re really pleased to be able to partner with the Happy Place team again next year. The Happy Place Festival offers our visitors a unique experience in Tatton’s beautiful parkland and is a lovely feature of our diverse summer events programme”. 


Pre-Sale: Thursday 17th November, 10am Early Bird

General Sale: Friday 18th November, 10am

Individual + weekend tickets will be available 

Please visit for more information 


About Tatton Park

Tatton Park is managed and financed by Cheshire East Council on behalf of the National Trust. This impressive heritage visitor attraction receives in the region of 800,000 visitors every year, all of whom come to enjoy its Georgian Mansion, Medieval Old Hall, award-winning Gardens and heritage Farm. The 1,000-acre deer park is home to red and fallow deer and the estate also boasts speciality shops, an adventure playground, restaurants and a year-round events programme.