It will be worth the wait when the Leeds Castle Concert returns next month after more than a year's absence.
One of the biggest summer events in the county's calendar, the day of picnicking, promenading and world class performances will be topped off with fireworks - and you could get one of the best seats to see it all with our competition.
The event on Saturday, September 4, features the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and five sensational soloists - tenor Alexander James Edward; baritone Felix Kemp making his debut; Tim "the power" Howar; West End Wicked star Louise Dearman Emma Williams, who starred as Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang in the West End.
The spectacular evening also includes Down for the Count Swing Orchestra recreating classic tunes from the Swing era and a Spitfire fly-over from Aero Legends. We have teamed up with organisers to offer two lucky readers the chance to win a pair of exclusive tickets close to the action each, which will be in the seated area in front of the stage.
The seated tickets would cost £63 each - so each prize is worth £126!
We have two pairs of these top tickets, close to the stage, to give away. To be in with a chance of winning a pair, simply complete the entry form below.
You can also book tickets from £53 per person for the event, sponsored by leading law firm Brachers, by visiting leedscastleconcert.co.uk
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