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Mark Ronson ‘going all out for 40th’

Published 03/09/2015

Mark Ronson
Mark Ronson

Mark Ronson is said to be renting out an entire 100-acre estate for his forthcoming birthday bash.

The producer-and-musician has had one of the most successful years in his career, as he achieved his first number single in the UK and the US with catchy track Uptown Funk featuring Bruno Mars. The star’s album Uptown Special also peaked at the top spot on UK charts.

Mark turns 40 years old on September 4 and in light of all his achievements, the star is supposedly set to go all out as he enters a fresh new decade in life.

“It’s going to be the party of the year,” a source told British newspaper The Sun. “Mark is one of the most well-connected men in music and has invited the great and the good of his showbiz pals.

“He’s had one of the greatest years of his career and wants to top it off with a party no one will forget.”

It’s claimed he is renting Soho Farmhouse, a 100-acre estate in Oxfordshire, England, in its entirety for the celebration. Soho Farmhouse is a members only club in the middle of the countryside which allows visitors to book beautifully renovated cabins. Apparently there are 40 cabins on the property and Mark has rented them all out for his guests to stay in.

After their massive party in the woods, it’s claimed Mark has hired luxury buses to transport partygoers from Soho Farmhouse to Festival No.6 in Portmeirion, North Wales, where he is due to DJ.

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