Kew the Music is a series of summer concerts which take place each July.at Kew Gardens, Richmond.
Guests are welcome to bring their own food and drink, or to enjoy refreshments at the open-air bars and tasty street food stalls.
Confirmed for 2021 are:-
Tuesday 5th July: Van Morrison (from £47)
Wednesday 6th July: James Blunt (from £47)
Thursday 7th July: DJ Spoony presents Garage Classical (from £47)
Friday 8th July: Will Young, and James Morrison, with Cally Rhodes (from £47)
Saturday 9th July: Bananarama, with Gabrielle, and Rebecca Ferguson (from £47)
Sunday 10th July: The Gipsy Kings ft Nicolas Reyes & Tonino Baliardo (from £47)
Ticket prices vary depending upon day, with enclosure, child, and more options available. Children aged under one year can attend for free.
The concert ticket does not include daytime entry to the gardens. On concert days the gardens will close at 5.00pm (last entry 4pm).
Approximate timings for Kew The Music: Gates open 5pm. Music starts approx 7.30pm.
Entrance for all ticket holders is via Victoria Gate or Lion Gate on Kew Road (A307). Ticket collection is from 6.00pm at Victoria Gate; after collecting tickets, patrons should then join the main queue.
The nearest disabled parking to the concert entrance is on Kew Green and at the car park near Brentford Gate. However space is available outside Pavilion Gate (halfway between Victoria Gate and Lion Gate) for dropping off disabled visitors, please note this gate is ONLY available for disabled visitors; all other visitors should use Victoria Gate or Lion Gate. Within the arena an area is roped off for disabled guests No concessions for carers.
Please note this is a non-camping event. More information will be here when available.
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