Kew The Music has announced its first shows for 2023, which will feature headline performances from Jack Savoretti, The Human League, Haçienda Classiçal, and Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra.
Tuesday 11th July – Bastille (From £57)
Wednesday 12th July – The Vamps( From £52 on sale on Thursday 20 April 2023 At 10:00)
Thursday 13th July – Jack Savoretti (From £53)
Friday 14th July – The Human League (From £32)
Saturday 15th July – Haçienda Classiçal (From £55)
Sunday 16th July – Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra (From £57)
Further acts will be announced in due course for the renowned annual week-long festival of picnic concerts set in the stunning Kew Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage site in South West London.
Having established itself as one of the most spectacular summer concert venues in the UK, the shows have proved to be a hit amongst all generations of music lovers, hosting the perfect evening out for all the family to enjoy. Guests are welcome to bring their own food and drink, or to enjoy the open-air bars and street food stalls.
English-Italian singer-songwriter Jack Savoretti will headline Kew the Music on 13th July, performing songs from his consecutive No.1 albums ‘Singing to Strangers’, and the summer-soundtracking ‘Europiana’.
One of the most influential avant-garde pop groups of all time, The Human League, bring their musical and cultural explosion to London as they headline on 14th July, performing hits to Kew such as ‘Don’t You Want Me’, ‘Love Action (I Believe In Love)’, and ‘Together In Electric Dreams’, culture-defining songs that saw them become Synth-Pop’s first international superstars.
prices vary by event, for prices see above.
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