Tickets now on sale for this summer’s Live at Wimbledon Park

Wimbledon Park, set in the world famous SW19, will be hosting a Bank Holiday weekend of music and entertainment this summer, 26-29 August.

The Definitive Rat Pack

The Definitive Rat Pack

Live at Wimbledon Park 2016 tickets have just gone on sale.  Book now to enjoy a programme of intimate picnic concerts that will feature Swing classics from Sinatra and friends, including Marilyn Monroe, as the Definitive Rat Pack will be in town.

City of London Sinfonia will be back for a second year, bringing Prom favourites to Wimbledon with a dazzling fireworks finale. There will also be an evening of modern jazz funk with The Brand New Heavies and on the Bank Holiday Monday, Horrible Histories will be with us to entertain families with gruesome and ghoulish tales from the past.

Horrible Histories

Henry VIII in Horrible Histories

This festival of entertainment is set to offer something for everyone. Wimbledon Park Food Festival, featuring a wide range of gastronomic delights, cooking demonstrations and family entertainment, will also be running from the 27 – 29 August adjacent to Live at Wimbledon Park, so it really is a weekend not to be missed.

City of London Sinfonia

City of London Sinfonia

The Brand New Heavies

The Brand New Heavies

Here’s the programme so far:

Friday 26 August: City of London Sinfonia – an evening of classical performance with a dazzling fireworks display  –  Tickets from £25

Saturday 27 August: The Definitive Rat Pack – guest appearance of Suzie Kennedy as Marilyn Monroe; support: Hoochie toots – Tickets from £20

Sunday 28 August: Brand New Heavies plus support – Tickets from £25

Monday 29 August: Fun-filled family day featuring Horrible Histories  – Tickets from £15

(A booking fee will be added on to the price of the tickets at the time of purchase).

Merton Council’s director of environment and regeneration, Chris Lee, said: “So many people enjoyed last year’s Classics in the Park, so it’s thrilling to see this festival of music blossom into something that will offer a treat for everyone.  Horrible Histories is brilliant for the younger audiences and the Rat Pack classics are timeless. It’s great to see City of London Sinfonia back for a second year too, all set to charm audiences with their beautiful music.”
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