Attend a classical summer concert at an outdoor venue
Includes a spitfire air display, evening gun salute and fireworks
Choose the venue and receive an e-ticket confirmation
Enjoy the unique atmosphere with thousands of others
Available in some of the UK's most grand settings, including Burghley House, Hatfield House, Blenheim Palace, Highclere Castle and Ragley Hall, this classical British summer concert provides an evening unlike any other. Bring a picnic and soak in the ambience while watching Cavalry and Infantry display before a vintage field gun opens proceedings. A choreographed display from Carolyn Grace in her LF Mark IX Spitfire before the New English Concert Orchestra performs a raft of powerful classical pieces, including Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture with live cannon fire. Celebrations culminate in a traditional flag waving proms finale with Jerusalem, Rule Britannia and other favourites led by Channel 4's winning soprano Denise Leigh, followed by fireworks.
No age restrictions apply but those under 16 must be accompanied by a participating adult (18 or over).
The Spitfire air display takes place subject to weather conditions. The concert goes ahead in inclement weather.
Gates open between 4pm and 4.30pm so relax and enjoy traditional fairground stalls, a warm up band and cavalry display. The musical programme starts at 7.30pm and finishes by approximately 10.30pm.
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Share the experience with between 5000 and 10,000 other concert loving individuals.
This experience is exclusively for paying participants. No pets (with the exception of guide dogs) can be permitted inside the grounds.
As it gets noticeably cooler once the sun has dropped, we recommend wrapping up or bringing warm clothing for the evening.
A bar and hog roast will be available. Personal bbq's and naked flames are not permitted. Free and disabled parking is available. Venue address details are e-mailed with the confirmation e-ticket around seven days prior to the concert.