Part of the entertainment includes the Pink Floyd Experience, playing Dark Side of The Moon – considered the UK’s best and known for recreating the sights and sounds of the legendary Pink Floyd band.
Tickets are now available for a landmark new live event celebrating the 60th anniversary of Goonhilly Earth Station – taking place at the historic site on July 23rd, 2022. The celebration program is taking place at the historic site on July 23rd, 2022.
Attendees will are going to take a glimpse into the unknown — this is one for the explorers, the stargazers, and the wonderers.
The lineup includes:
- The Pink Floyd Experience, playing Dark Side of The Moon – considered the UK’s best and knownfor recreating the sights and sounds of the legendary Pink Floyd band.
- Kaleidoscope Orchestra – a Daft Punk interpretation, from the break-away orchestra for the 21st century. An innovative musical collective who bridge the gap between genres.
- Outer Space party with Jelly Jazz & The Mongolian Disco Show
- Plus, further announcements coming very soon — including DJ’s, workshops, activities, talks, films and more.
With a line-up of STEM and space content from Goonhilly and industry partners, Goonhilly 60 is slated to be an ‘out-of-this-world’ day out for the whole family.
As the UK’s gateway to space, and the world’s only commercial Deep Space station Goonhilly Earth Station has been instrumental to space exploration for six decades, yet has been shrouded in mystery and closed to the public for over a decade.
For one day only, Goonhilly 60 offers a rare and exciting opportunity to set foot on the historic site to enjoy an interstellar program of curated music, talks and educational workshops, on the Orbit stage, for all the family, set amongst the satellite dishes and backdropped by Goonhilly vistas and the beauty of the Lizard Peninsula.
Positioned in south Cornwall, Goonhilly Earth Station’s major satellites were named after Cornish legends such as Guinevere, Isolde, and Merlin — and Arthur, perhaps the most iconic was responsible for transmitting the historic TV pictures of the Apollo 11 moon landings to 600 million people globally.
Goonhilly 60 is the latest project, hosted at Goonhilly Earth Station, from the team behind Apollo 50 – the successful one-day science, music and arts festival held at Goonhilly Earth Station in 2019, to mark the historic 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
Limited first release Goonhilly 60 event tickets are now sale, from £28, with optional carparking and camping options also available and further announcements to follow shortly.
To purchase tickets and stay up to date with the latest news, please visit Goonhilly.live.