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HAMPTON COURT PALACE Music Festival


Now in its 27th year, Hampton Court Palace Festival is a series of truly special and unique open-air concerts. Artists perform in a 3,000-seat auditorium in Base Court, set against the backdrop of Henry VIII’s stunning Tudor palace.


Highlights of this year’s world-class line- up include festival favourite Jools Holland who will return to the stunning Tudor courtyard, Base Court, and perform on 6 June. Attendees can expect stellar boogie- woogie and blues classics performed by music maestro Jools and his infamous Rhythm & Blues Orchestra.


Other artists performing include Kylie Minogue, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Michael Ball & Alfie Boe, Tears For Fears and The Jacksons.


Attendees to the festival will first arrive at the Palace Gardens to enjoy a spot of picnicking. This year, the festival’s picnics will be provided by Fortnum & Mason for the first time. Crafted with the very best seasonal ingredients fresh from Fortnum’s famous Food Halls, and packed with summer-ready tipples, four picnic options will be available for guests to enjoy. Picnics are available to purchase now when buying tickets for the festival.


The dutch songstress Caro Emerald will also return to Hampton Court Palace and perform on 12 June, having previously performed at the festival in 2012 and 2016. Festival goers can expect Caro and her band, the Gradmono Orchestra, to play some of her biggest hits including Liquid Lunch and That Man, as well as material from her Island’ EP.


recently released ‘Emerald


Transporting Hampton Court to the Year 3000 for one night only, Busted will play their greatest hits inside the magnificent Tudor courtyard of the palace on 8 June including What I Go To School For, Crashed The Wedding and Air Hostess. The band will also play tracks from their latest album ‘Half Way There,’ which recently reached number 2 of the UK Albums Chart. Making their Hampton Court Palace Festival debut, Busted are one of the biggest UK pop acts of the 21st century with five million record sales, two 4-time platinum selling albums and four number one singles.


Exclusive dining and corporate entertainment packages in the palace’s spectacular state apartments are also available to purchase now, ensuring a truly unforgettable experience. The festival also offers the perfect opportunity to celebrate special occasions in a prestigious setting steeped in history, beginning with a Champagne PIAFF reception, followed by a delicious three- course dinner accompanied by fine wines throughout.


General admission tickets for all concerts are on-sale now, except general admission tickets for Kylie Minogue’s concerts and Nile Rodger & Chic’s 14 June concert as they are now sold out. VIP and corporate packages for all concerts are still available to purchase for all concerts. Tickets for Hampton Court Palace Festival are available to purchase from www.hamptoncourtpalacefestival.com


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