Paloma Faith, The Strypes, Suggs, Glenn Tilbrook & more for inaugural Home Coming

to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation

published: Fri 4th Apr 2014

Paloma Faith

Sunday 1st June 2014
Regents Park Open Air Theatre, Inner Circle, Regent's Park, Westminster, Greater London, NW1 4NU, England MAP
£155.25 + booking fee
daily capacity: 1240
last updated: Mon 7th Apr 2014

Paloma Faith, The Strypes, Suggs, and Glenn Tilbrook have been announced for the inaugural Home Coming music event takes place at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre on Sunday 1st June 2014 to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

Also confirmed are Ed Harcourt, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, and Dennis Greaves from Nine Below Zero with al the acts performing tracks that celebrate London.

In between sets, celebrity guest DJ’s will spin the decks creating a relaxed summer vibe, whilst Home House, London’s most exclusive private members club, will serve a sumptuous mix of delicious food and cool cocktails.

Songs in The Key of London is hosted by Chris Difford, a dedicated lifelong member of Home House. A backing band put together by Guy Barker will form part of the house band for the evening.

Tickets are priced at £156.75 each (with £150 per ticket to benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation) and go on sale on Monday 7th April and eFestivals will have links to buy them then.



Sunday 1st June 2014
Regents Park Open Air Theatre, Inner Circle, Regent's Park, Westminster, Greater London, NW1 4NU, England MAP
£155.25 + booking fee
daily capacity: 1240
last updated: Mon 7th Apr 2014


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