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Get Leeds Castle Classical Concert tickets 2019 at reduced prices

By Angela Cole

Summer may seem a long way off but the New Year could be the perfect time to pick up tickets to an annual summer event at a bargain price.

Tickets for the Leeds Castle Classical Concert, which returns for a 41st year on Saturday, July 13, are cheaper the earlier you buy them.

The concert - which celebrated its 40th birthday last year - attracts thousands every year to soak up the sunshine and enjoy classics in the spectacular setting.

The Leeds Castle classical concert will be back in the summer
The Leeds Castle classical concert will be back in the summer

The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, with conductor John Rigby, will again be appearing while, for the first time, The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines will play the world premier of A Tribute to Leeds Castle in celebration of 900 years of the castle’s history.

Leeds Castle will hold its 41st Classical Concert Picture: Sean Aidan
Leeds Castle will hold its 41st Classical Concert Picture: Sean Aidan

Tickets bought between New Year's Day and Thursday, February 28 cost £39 for picnic style seats and £49 for seated.

If you buy them between Friday, March 1 to Tuesday, April 30 they cost £42 for picnic style and £52 seated.

Thousands attend the Leeds Castle classical concert every year
Thousands attend the Leeds Castle classical concert every year

They increase to £45 picnic style and £55 seated between Wednesday, May 1 and Friday, May 31 and from Saturday, June 1 they cost £47 picnic style and £57 seated.

To book call 0845 652 6262 or click here.

The concert will be followed by the Carnival of History, the highlight of the year's 900th anniversary celebrations, on Saturday, July 27 and Sunday, July 28.

Picture: Sean Aidan
Picture: Sean Aidan

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