Set against a backdrop of outstanding natural beauty within a 200-acre historic estate, Glades of Glory features performances from some of the finest selectors and in-demand live acts!

Glades of Glory - Groove Armada

Groove Armada have proven to be one of the most influential forces in dance music. They’ve proved that it’s possible to bravely explore a multitude of sounds while achieving critical and commercial success.  It’s a trait that apparent within a selection of their best loved songs. From the dancehall dub of ‘Superstylin’’ to the crossover pop of ‘Song 4 Mutya (Out of Control)’ and from the dancefloor-igniting ‘I See You Baby’ to the woozy sunset vibes of ‘At The River’, Groove Armada have consistently and uncompromisingly followed their own vision.

What the duo – Tom Findlay and Andy Cato – have achieved must’ve seemed unthinkable when they first met at university back in the nineties: three UK Top 10 albums; three Grammy nominations; a BRIT nomination; and a succession of hit singles that are still being discovered by new fans to this day. Despite having formed a quarter-of-a-century before streaming exploded, they still command the attention of almost two million monthly listeners at Spotify. They’ve also collaborated with or remixed countless high profile artists, notably Madonna, Paul Simon, Fatboy Slim, Calvin Harris, Neneh Cherry and Bryan Ferry.


Glades of Glory - Patrick Topping

As one of the breakout artists of his generation, British artist Patrick Topping has contributed a constant flow of positivity to the culture he loves so dearly, becoming one of the scene’s most popular DJs in the process. At the root of his incredible success are several core principles; passion for the music, a deep rooted desire to cultivate community, impeccable technical skills and a genuinely warm, friendly disposition. Driven by these fundamental elements Patrick has attained international status as a headline act, with an illustrious discography and a blossoming label and party brand. As he continues to inject his energy into refining his craft and building his own crew of talented acts, Patrick is entering a new level of artistry…

In recent years he’s collaborated with house and techno legend Kevin Saunderson on ‘Frisk’ and has remixed high-profile artists including The Streets, Sam Fender, Robyn and Calvin Harris, also  reworking house classics such ‘Don’t Call Me Baby’ by Madison Avenue and Paul Johnson’s ‘Dance with Me’, among others.  


Glades of Glory - Eats Everything

A contemporary UK electronic music institution, Eats Everything (AKA Daniel Pearce) has a global reputation built on versatility, superlative skills and a positive outlook – core fundamentals that have made him one of the most in-demand artists around. With his roots firmly embedded in the vibrant, influential music culture of his hometown, Bristol, Eats Everything channels his broad musical palette into every aspect of his output. In 2021 the globetrotting DJ, accomplished producer, prolific remixer, label owner, radio host and mastermind behind a collection of popular party brands will celebrate 10 years of his now infamous pseudonym.

Recent highlights from Dan’s discography include rave-tinged banger ‘Miss Honey’ on FFRR, ‘All The Ladies’ with Fatboy Slim, which landed on Southern Fried in March 2020, plus remixes of ‘My House’ by Jodie Harsh and a funked up ‘10 Years Of Eats Everything’ rework of the classic ‘God Made Me Phunky’ by MD X-Press on Defected. As well as releasing on his own Edible and EI8HT labels, Eats has been featured on Desolat, PETS, Intec, Kneaded Pains, Dirtybird, Crosstown Rebels, Cajual, Hypercolour and many more.


Glades of Glory - DJ Boring

DJ BORING aka Tristan Hallis could be the most ironically named performer today: energetic journeys into forgotten gems and future classics, nothing about what he does is boring. He inhabits a space where throwback trance sits comfortably with old-school house, and Belgium Techno syncs with rolling funk. He meets each mix physically with sweaty, infectious performances that are compelling to watch. In the studio, the producer has honed in on a contemporary sound paying homage to dance music’s dense past. Whether its Detroit Techno-inspired or Chicago House layered with obscure Youtube samples, his productions are birthed in hardware and imbued with Hallis’ energetic personality – humanity sorely lacking in many productions today. This trait shines through in his new live show where hardware and controllers become a natural extension of his creative self, a conduit through which he presents a fresh take on his music.