This Father’s Day, we will still be under some restrictions, but what better way to show Dad you care than giving him a true celebration to look forward to this summer - and one to remember.
The ultimate in celebrations, the Leeds Castle Concert is a night of eating, drinking and enjoying live music together in the stunning surroundings of Leeds Castle.
Organisers of the event are continuing to make plans to go ahead on Saturday, September 4 at Leeds Castle, following all the latest government guidelines.
They will be adhering to all government guidance and will put in place appropriate measures to bring you a safe but sensational event.
Tickets to the event make the perfect Father’s Day gift.
Down for the Count Swing Orchestra will be bringing their electrifying show full of energy and musicianship, recreating classic tunes from the swing era.
The spectacular summer event will be welcoming back the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, with conductor and artistic director John Rigby, for their first live open-air concert since the start of the pandemic - and in their 75th year.
The event is the highlight of the Kent summer season and is set against the stunning backdrop of Leeds Castle - known as ‘the loveliest castle in the world.'
The memorable evening of flag-waving, singing and dancing will also see crowds wowed with an air display by Aero Legends as a jaw-dropping 1940s Spitfire takes to the skies and a spectacular fireworks finale.
We're giving you the chance to win a pair of picnic-style tickets to the summer event of the year.
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