Paloma Faith, Alfie Boe, The John Wilson Orchestra, Jools Holland and the Rhythm & Blues Orchestra, and The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra the first few headliners confirmed for this year's Hampton Court Palace Festival.
The 22nd annual Hampton Court Palace Festival is expected to take place from Thursday 11th until Monday 25th June 2015 and offers an audience of 3000 the chance to see performances in Henry VIII’s open-air courtyard.
The Festival runs in June, and final dates will be announced shortly. Paloma Faith will perform on 18th June and tickets for this concert go on sale now. Paloma said, "I'm so thrilled to be playing at Hampton Court Palace Festival this June. I hear that the atmosphere is so intimate in the open air setting of base court - it will be the perfect setting for my summer concert."
Britain’s favourite tenor Alfie Boe will return to the Festival on 19th June with his band performing classic tracks from a selection of his albums, including his latest album Serenata.
Jools Holland & his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra will perform two shows at the Palace where he will be joined by Gilson Lavis on drums and Ruby Turner and Louise Marshall.
The sounds of the MGM Studio Orchestra will be revived by John Wilson & The John Wilson Orchestra on 14th June as they pay tribute to composers George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Harry Warren, Jerome Kern and Andre Previn, among others by performing some of Hollywood’s best loved songs and show-stopping sequences from the MGM film musicals.
The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra returns for a glorious evening of Fanfare & Fireworks. Against the backdrop of the Tudor courtyard the Orchestra will perform scores from the mainstream masters of classical music, culminating in Handel’s rousing Music for the Royal Fireworks. After the concert, Festival-goers will experience a spectacular fireworks display over the Palace.
Ticket prices vary depending on the event from £45 - £70.
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