Nocturne at Blenheim Palace 2016

Thursday 23rd to Sunday 26th June 2016
Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1PP, England MAP
from £37.50
last updated: Fri 22nd Apr 2016

Nocturne’s concert series returns for a 2nd year and will take place in Blenheim Palace's Great Court on Thursday 23rd, and Sunday 26th June 2016.

Line-up

Ennio Morricone will open the series on Thursday 23rd June. The Corrs, with support from Jack Savoretti, will perform at the event on Friday 24th June, Music From Bond performed by The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra on Saturday 25th June, and Elton John and his band perform, with support from Foy Vance at Nocturne on Sunday June 26th 2016.

Tickets

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Tickets for Ennio Morricone start at £45, and tickets for The Corrs are priced from £45. Tickets for Elton John are priced from £50, and tickets for ‘The Music From Bond’ start at £37.50 and are on sale from Monday 25th April.

More info

Nocturne at Blenheim Palace is a joint venture from Neapolitan Live Events, the creators of Love Supreme Jazz Festival, and U-Live the new live music division of Universal Music Group. Signed in 2015 the five-year deal with Blenheim Palace, sees an investment of £2.5million to bring live music back to the historic Oxfordshire venue.

Concerts are held in the Great Court at Blenheim Palace, which is set within 2100 acres of parkland in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside, the 300-year-old World Heritage site is transformed into the ultimate open-air concert venue.

Nocturne at Blenheim Palace will also provide champagne receptions, fine-dining and banquet packages available inside the State Rooms (including the Long Library) of the 12th Duke of Marlborough’s family home, The Orangery and waterside picnicking.

More information will be here when available.



Thursday 23rd to Sunday 26th June 2016
Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, OX20 1PP, England MAP
from £37.50
last updated: Fri 22nd Apr 2016


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