Henley Festival is celebrating it's 32nd anniversary this year with five nights of music, cabaret, street theatre, art, culture, comedy, and fine dining and fireworks from Wednesday 9th until Sunday 13th July 2014.
Saturday's line-up is topped by The Jacksons performing hits from the Jackson 5, the Jacksons, and Jermaine Jackson’s solo career, and also includes Milton Jones, Guy Pratt, Pate de Fua, Junior Guevarra, and Purdy.
Sunday's festival closing headline act on the Floating Stage is yet to be announced, but Henley will also host George Montague, Jamie Bruce, Totie Southwell, Jasper Carrott, Alistair McGowan, and The Magnets that day.
Henley Festival were considering moving to a new location but has decided to remain at it's usual location on the river banks. There will also be special guest DJ in the Indigo each night, plus Roving Company of Eccentrica, a concluding firework spectacular and the Lords Of Lightning.
There are just 5,000 tickets available each night, for the black tie event held on the banks of the River Thames. Recognised nationally and internationally as one of the summer's great British events, all net profits go to the Henley Festival's charitable projects.
Ticket prices vary from £55 to £120 depending upon event.
Gill Mitchell, CEO of the Henley Festival, said, “This will be the 32nd time we have transformed the site of Henley Royal Regatta into a wondrously spectacular and glamorous black tie, music and arts festival. With fine dining provided by Albert Roux and his son Michel Roux Jr. and an eclectic programme of music, comedy, visual art and cabaret supporting a top line up of artists on our famous floating stage, this year the bar will be raised even further. We are also delighted to welcome The Prince’s Foundation for Children and Arts as our new sister charity, a perfect fit for our own established charitable aims."
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