Cocoon in the Park is an electronic music day festival in Leeds. Held in the grounds of a Tudor-Jacobean house on the outskirts of the city, the festival invites some of house and techno's finest to play out from early morning till late evening.
2016's edition featured Sven Väth, The Martinez Brothers and Green Velvet, who came together under state of the art sounds, immense visuals and captivating stage dancers.
Taking advantage of its site's natural amphitheatre, Cocoon in the Park's reputation has grown into one of the UK's best loved modern dance festivals.
Temple Newsam House is a Tudor-Jacobean house on the outskirts of Leeds, in northern England.
BY PLANE: Leeds Bradford International Airport is just a half hour bus (757) ride or a 15 minute taxi from the city centre.
BY TRAIN: Leeds is easily accessible by rail, with services running direct from London Kings Cross.
Once in the city, bus numbers 19, 19A and 163 all pass by Colton Lane Laurel Hill Way, which is a 20 minute walk from the festival site.
Minimum age of entry is 18.