We all need something to celebrate, so how about looking ahead to some sun-kissed promenading with a picnic and popping some prosecco? This summer’s Leeds Castle Concert will be back in style with its festival feel and fireworks finale on Saturday, July 10 and you could be there soaking up the sun and atmosphere.
The event returns with music from The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, with conductor and artistic director John Rigby, Down for the Count Swing Orchestra and a range of soloists, providing audiences with songs and sounds to flag-wave and sing along to, as well as a Spitfire flypast.
Picnic tickets provide access to the concert and allow you to bring your own blanket, chairs and table to enjoy the alfresco experience in a relaxed fashion.
But organisers of the concert at the iconic castle near Maidstone have gone one step further to make the evening special, with their Prosecco Celebration Package. The treat includes a pair of tickets to this year’s concert, topped off with a bottle of prosecco. A package costs £110 for two.
Or you could see if you could be our lucky winner, as we have a Prosecco Celebration Package to the Leeds Castle Concert to give away. To be in with a chance of winning, simply complete the entry form below.
Event organisers are following government guidelines regarding Covid-19 and will support any requirements needed at the time.
This competition closes on Friday, February 19, 2021.
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