Published: 15:10, 02 February 2013 |
Updated: 09:43, 10 January 2014
An aerobatic theme will accompany this summer’s classical concert at Leeds Castle.
The open-air evening in July will see The Blades bring their airbourne display to the skies above Kent.
Formed of former Red Arrows pilots, The Blades are known for skilful displays of close formation aerobatics. The team features some of the UK’s most experienced display pilots.
Since forming in 2006, their CV includes appearances at the Beckham’s World Cup party, Chris Evans’ CarFest and The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
The Leeds Castle concert takes place on Saturday, July 13, with gates opening at 4pm. Visitors can sit on the grass and bring a picnic for £34 or seated tickets cost £44. These are discount prices are available until March 31.
More information from www.heritageevents.co.uk
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