Summer Proms Special Offers

Summer Proms Special Offers - Make the most of the summer sun with a Battle Proms celebratory picnic concert. Visit one of four beautiful stately homes, which include Burghley House, Hatfield House, Blenheim Palace, and Ragley Hall.

Each of these stunning locations make the perfect backdrop to an evening of traditional entertainment. Pack a picnic, pick a spot and crack open a bottle of bubbles, as you prepare for an array of spellbinding spectacles.

Sit back and be enthralled by the warm up performances including a historic cavalry display, toe-tapping vintage vocals and an impressive free fall parachute display. The two-hour orchestral programme of classical favourites is heralded by a choreographed aerial display from the legendary Grace Spitfire.

Be dazzled by mesmerising fireworks and join in with the flag waving proms finale with Jerusalem, Rule Britannia and more. What are you waiting for? 2020 is waiting for you to live out your best summer yet.


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Bedford Park Proms

This amazing concert is a chance to see one of the most incredible sopranos in the world - Lesley Garret. With musical accompaniment provided by the London Gala Orchestra led by conductor Stephen Bell and joined by the Bedford Choral Society to provide a truly incredible sound.

After 22 years, the Bedford Proms have earned a reputation among music fans for being an amazing night out. Not only will guests enjoy an astonishing performance from the artists on stage, but the night will be rounded off with a laser and fireworks show that complements the music perfectly.

This experience for two is ideal for any pair who appreciate the finer things in life. The music is unparalleled and the setting provides the ideal atmosphere in which to enjoy it. Guests are encouraged to pack a picnic and bring blankets and chairs so that they can enjoy the night in style.

There will also be plenty of food and drink available on the night from a variety of suppliers who will have an array of delicious, locally sourced dishes for sale.


Castle Howard Proms

This amazing concert is a chance to see one of the most incredible sopranos in the world. With musical accompaniment provided by the London Gala Orchestra led by conductor Stephen Bell and joined by the York Musical Society to provide a truly incredible sound.

After many years, the Castle Howard Proms have earned a reputation among music fans for being an amazing night out, not least because of the imposing backdrop of Castle Howard itself providing a truly unique view. As well as enjoying an astonishing performance from the artists on stage, but the night will be rounded off with a laser and fireworks show that complements the music perfectly.

This experience for two is ideal for any pair who appreciate the finer things in life. The music is unparalleled and the setting provides the ideal atmosphere in which to enjoy it. Guests are encouraged to pack a picnic and bring blankets and chairs so that they can enjoy the night in style.

There will also be plenty of food and drink available on the night from a variety of suppliers who will have an array of delicious, locally sourced dishes for sale.


York Proms Concert

Music lovers will relish the chance to enjoy listening to fantastic music in glorious surroundings with this proms experience. The medieval city has plenty to offer visitors including amazing architecture, fascinating historical sights and beautiful gardens.
 
These proms picnic concerts take place in York’s Museum Gardens which surround the medieval ruins of St Mary’s Abbey. As well as providing some insight into the city’s history, the gardens are also home to a huge botanical collection, an array of local wildlife including 40 species of bird and an incredible array of expertly-tended plants and flowers.
 
Guests to the proms are encouraged to explore the various different gardens before settling down to listen to the proms. The musical line-up features internationally renowned soprano Rebecca Newman who has earned herself a stellar reputation as a performer who really delivers. The show will include classic favourites, show tunes, popular operatic numbers and more, all performed by a team of extremely talented orchestral musicians and internationally renowned headline acts.

Guests will be welcomed to the Museum Gardens from 5 pm on the day of the concert. They will exchange their voucher for a wristband which will allow them access to the area in which the proms take place and they will be able to explore the gardens and find the perfect spot from which to enjoy the spectacle.
 
Picnic blankets or chairs and hampers are positively encouraged, so it’s the perfect opportunity to push the boat out with a selection of tasty treats. The show starts between 7 and 7.30 pm, and is a real feast for the senses, climaxing with a fireworks display over the ruins that will have everyone on their feet, waving their flags and wishing the night didn’t have to end.


Folk by the Oak Festival

Folk songs have told stories of love, loss and life throughout the ages and fans will already be familiar with the beautiful harmonies and virtuoso playing associated with the genre. This unique festival is a chance to see some of the biggest names in folk, roots and acoustic music performing their best-known hits to crowds of music lovers in a glorious leafy, historic setting.

It’s all the excitement and buzz of a 3 day festival in one sublime summer day, and as well as the top quality music acts, festival-goers are treated to a wide variety of stalls and stands, including everything from art, crafts and workshops to clothes and CDs and plenty of delicious food available too.

The festival is renowned for bringing together a world class line-up of popular and established artists alongside a number of up-and-coming acts who are yet to break into the mainstream. Past acts including the ever-popular Billy Bragg, barnstorming sets by the Levellers and Bellowhead and music from the country-folk singer-songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter, as well as big names such as Kate Rusby, Richard Thompson and Beth Orton.

Folk by the Oak is also one of the most laid-back festivals on the scene, and guests are welcome to bring their own food and drink with them and make themselves at home in the beautiful tree-lined setting at Hatfield House. This is where Elizabeth I spent much of her childhood and it is said that under ‘the oak’ in this park is where she learned that she was to be Queen.

Join in with the activities, browse the stalls, dance along or simply kick back and enjoy a whole day of exceptional live folk, roots and acoustic music!

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