Heritage Live returns to London’s Kenwood House for its first post-lockdown outdoor show, taking place just three days after the easing of all restrictions on June 24th.
The first in a string of summer concerts at the former stately home is to be headlined by James. A host of indie-favourites will be accompanying the headliner, such as Feeder, Maximo Park, rising stars The Snuts and The Sherlocks.
In celebration of live music, Heritage Live is adding singer-songwriter Get Cape Wear Cape Fly and the grunge punk outfit Cruel Hearts Club to the line-up.
House-hold indie DJs Shiiine On will kick off the event when gates open at 3pm and continue on through the evening as fans buckle up for a day that promises euphoria and top class live music.
Of the news, Heritage Live Organiser Giles Cooper says: “After 15 months of lockdown and restrictions, this event really will be a resounding statement that live music is back in our lives at last! Audiences, artists, staff and crew have been itching to get back to what they love and I’ve no doubt this will be a fantastic celebration of what’s great about live music! It certainly will be a concert that’s remembered for many years to come and we really can’t wait!”
Pre-register for tickets at www.heritagelive.net to secure tickets in the presale from 9am, Tuesday May 25th. Tickets go on general sale from 9am on Thursday May 27th.
Words: Sahar Ghadirian
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