ALFIE Boe, Sir Willard White, Aled Jones, The Three Tenors and Queen Symphonic will headline a spectacular Picnic Proms at Harewood House this September.

After a long year of lockdowns, stars of the West End, Broadway, and international music arenas will gather for a rousing, spine-tingling extravaganza in the magnificent grounds.

Picnic Proms Summer Series is a three-day series of concerts featuring musical theatre legends, orchestral icons, a symphonic spectacular and spellbinding silent firework displays.

Alfie Boe and his band will open the series of concerts on Friday, September 3, 2021. Ever since he exploded onto the music scene nearly 20 years ago, Alfie Boe, a veteran of the London stage and Broadway, has racked up one extraordinary achievement after another.

He has two UK number one albums to his credit and has sold more than one million albums in the UK. Having performed in some of the world’s greatest venues, he has the rare ability to bring together all sorts of music lovers.

Alfie will be performing some of his favourite songs and West End hits with special guests and fellow West End and Broadway stars; Louise Dearman and Rachel Tucker, who will open the show.

On Saturday, September 4, The Great Yorkshire Proms will feature another stellar line-up of classical talent. Hosted by singer and presenter Aled Jones MBE, special guests include Sir Willard White, Sophie Evans, Peyee Chen and Tenors Unlimited, also known as The Three Tenors. They will be accompanied by the Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra, a professional orchestra specifically created to support freelance musicians from Yorkshire, who have been hit hardest by the pandemic.

The final night on Sunday, September 5, will see international rock band Queen Symphonic wow audiences with performances of Queen’s greatest hits.

Saturday and Sunday’s performance will end with a live firework finale, uniquely silent to ensure minimal disturbance to Harewood House’s gorgeous wildlife. The shows will take place in the grounds of Harewood House, taking full advantage of the picturesque surroundings.

Event guests are invited to bring their own food, drink, chairs and blankets, enjoying a full Picnic Proms experience in the heart of Harewood.

Ben Crick, conductor for Vivo Entertainment and the Yorkshire Symphony Orchestra, says: “We’re sure event-goers can’t wait to enjoy live music once again and it’s our pleasure to present this spectacular series of outdoor events.

“Harewood House is the perfect setting for such prestigious artists and legendary musicians to showcase their talents.

“We’re sure Picnic Proms will be a truly magnificent series of events for everyone involved, including our wonderful audiences.”

The event has been created and designed to ensure potential Government restrictions can be adhered to if required.

Ticket prices start from £35 and go on sale today -  Friday, April 16.

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