Published: 12:00, 03 May 2022
| Updated: 14:57, 03 May 2022
An impressive line-up of live music and fireworks is coming to Kent for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
Quex Park in Birchington will be hosting two outdoor events on consecutive days in June for the bank holiday weekend.
The first - The Prom and Picnic - will take place on Saturday, June 4, with the National Symphony Orchestra performing classical numbers from their extensive back-catalogue - including musicals, and film and TV scores.
Joining the orchestra will be the stars from West End show The Simon and Garfunkel Story.
Other guests include the Manwood Singers from Sandwich - a choir of about 50 people who sing a wide-variety of music to "suit all tastes".
Neil Duncan will also be performing as the legendary Dean Martin.
Also joining the orchestra will be soprano Annette Wardell, who has been featured in British Vogue as one of opera’s rising new stars.
The evening will finish with a spectacular firework finale.
Quex Park will open its gates again for a tribute concert the following day - with artists paying homage to their favourite singers and rock legends.
The line-up includes Bon Giovi, Niqi Brown as Tina Turner, Queen tribute band Majesty, George Michael tribute Beyond Faith, and more.
Gates for both events open at 3.30pm and will close at about 10pm.
They will each have a street party feel, and there will be a variety of food outlets and a licensed bar available.
Guests can also bring their own food and drink to the park for this event.
Tickets for the prom are £28.50 per adult and £77.50 for a family-of-four. Child tickets are discounted, with under-8s going free.
For the tribute night, tickets are £20.40 for adults and £55 for a family-of-four.
A ticket to attend both events costs £43.50 per person, or £130 for a family.
Use the code KMFM22 for a 20% discount at jubileeprom.co.uk.