The black tie event Henley Festival billed as 'The UK's Most Magical Summer Party' returns to Henley On Thames bringing music, visual arts, fashion, street theatre, comedy and fine dining for 5,000.
The 32nd Henley Festival were considering moving to a new location but has decided to remain at it's usual location on the river banks.
The festival by the Thames takes place from Wednesday 9th until Sunday 13th July 2014, culminating in a firework spectacular.
Bryan Ferry, Joss Stone, Burt Bacharach & Eliza Doolittle, The Jacksons and Rebecca Ferguson and The Overtones will all headline. Plus The Radiophonic Workshop, The Mariachis, David Mumford, Will McNicol, The Ukulele Orchestra Of Great Britain, Close to You, Rotait, na-mara, Rick Wakeman, Serpentyne, Mike Davies, D'lys, Milton Jones, Guy Pratt, Pate de Fua, Junior Guevarra, Purdy, George Montague, Jamie Bruce, Totie Southwell, Jasper Carrott, Alistair McGowan, The Magnets, DJs Mark Jones, Lottie, and Rusty Egan in the Indigo each night.
There will also be a concluding firework spectacular and the Lords Of Lightning.
For the line-up details as available, click here.
Ticket prices vary from £55 to £120 depending upon event, with all proceeds going to The Prince's Foundation for Children and the Arts.
This event does not have camping but there are a number of hotels, hostels and guest houses in the area.
With events in five venues, the Henley Festival offers an unprecedented opportunity to experience great performance in a magical Thames-side setting. The gates open at 6pm nightly, and 6.30pm on Sunday.
As well as world-class musical performances on the floating stage, the Henley Festival offers Michelin starred dining from father and son Albert Roux & Michel Roux Jr. Black tie guests can enjoy a candlelight dinner from the award-winning chefs at their atmospheric riverside restaurant. Food is also offered elsewhere with six restaurants on site offering multiple culinary choices.
All net profits go to the Henley Festival charitable projects. Under the banner of 'Arts Inspiring Lives', The Henley Festival promotes year round community projects, with the aim of providing experiences via the arts to groups that may not otherwise have access.
More information will be here when available.
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