Not all festivals are weekend affairs that require music lovers to camp onsite. There are also plenty of high profile summer music events that span various dates and see people pick up festival tickets throughout the summer.
One example could take the form of the Summer Series at Somerset House, though there are various others like English Heritage Summer Picnic concerts, which appear on a number of sites during June, July and August each year. So with a range of music events out there each year, audiences should be quick to pick up concert tickets as soon as possible.
With the English Heritage Summer Picnic Concerts audiences get to choose from two areas, both of which are glorious locations that would be an impressive enough experience on visiting even without the spectacular music to go with it. One of the locations is Kenwood House in Hampstead and the other is Audley End in Saffron Walden and both provide a memorable spectacle come the months of July and August as audiences pick up English Heritage Summer Picnic Concert tickets and join in on the action. And as the event has been running for many years already, it is already a tried and trusted part of the calendar.
Take the 2007 event, for example, which featured various names on what was then a three-site event. Amongst the names appearing throughout the summer were Bryan Ferry, Jools Holland, Beverley Knight and Lemar. This impressive line-up was not a one-off, either, as the event proved itself once again with the 2008 line-up that included Rufus Wainwright, Van Morrison and Buena Vista Social Club, amongst others. Fast-forward to 2009 and the concerts boasted the likes of James Morrison, Gypsy Kings, Simply Red, Jools Holland, Will Young and more.
But that was not the end of it and with a new decade, English Heritage returned with more Summer Picnic Concerts, with the two sites bearing witness to the likes of Blondie, Rufus Wainwright, Jamie Cullum and a Back to the 80s evening that featured Rick Astley and others. So the event is here to stay in the new decade, with music lovers finding yet another place in the UK to witness various big names – something that is likely to continue well into the future as the series of English Heritage Summer Picnic Concerts continue well into the new decade.
With festival tickets, audiences get a chance to witness a summer event to remember and with the English Heritage Summer Picnic Concerts there are a host of opportunities to witness acts within the confines of some of Britain’s impressive structures. Whatever date you choose to attend, whether it is in June, July or August, there will be an act that is likely to put on an impressive show.