(PRWEB) May 23, 2013
British icon Sir Cliff Richard headlines the Hampton Court Palace Festival this year, performing for two of the festival's ten nights at King Henry VIII's famous palace. With the festival running from 13th to 24th June, now is the time to book a London hotel to ensure you don’t miss out on its spectacular 21st year.
The line-up for the event, which takes place in the open-air court of Hampton Court Palace, also includes the UK's best-selling classical artist, Russell Watson. LondonTown.com has partnered with the Hampton Court Palace Festival to offer one lucky reader a pair of tickets to see Watson perform with the National Symphony Orchestra on Sunday the 16th June. He will be supported by special guests Amore, who will also be joining Katherine Jenkins at her Victoria Park concert on Saturday 20th July.
To be in with a chance of winning, readers simply need to answer the following question: how many classical Brit Awards has Russell Watson won? Answers should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Hampton Court Palace Festival' as the subject heading and should be sent by midday on Friday 7th June. Include your full name, contact number and postal address within the email and the first name out of the hat wins the free tickets.
The full festival line-up includes Lisa Stansfield, Imelda May, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons, blues rock duo Joe Bonamassa and Beth Hart, who will make their festival debut this year, and the internationally acclaimed Bjorn Again, bringing a night of ABBA to the event. Jools Holland, now a veteran of this annual festival, will also return to perform with his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra.
Guests can bring their own hampers with champers or take advantage of the pre-ordered picnic options on offer. Drinks and more basic meal options are also available from stalls, while those who want the full hospitality package (from £295 pp + VAT) can reserve VIP seating, a champagne reception with canapés, and a private table for a two-course dinner in the Hampton Court State Apartments.
To find out more about the Hampton Court Palace Festival competition and for the best events in London this summer go to LondonTown.com, where a host of useful information is given.
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