Nocturne’s first concert series will take place in Blenheim Palace's Great Court on Thursday 25th June 2015, and Sunday 28th June, and are the first concerts there for a decade.
Van Morrison and Gregory Porter are announced for the first night of Nocturne at Blenheim Palace on Thursday, and Ludovico Einaudi on Sunday.
Tickets are priced at £60, £80, and £125, with car parking £5.
Nocturne at Blenheim Palace is the first 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.
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.
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