GCE Heritage Live:

Party on the Heath

DATE

Thu 18 Jun 2020 

TIME

Gates will open at 4pm and the performance will end at 10.30pm

LOCATION

Kenwood 

SUITABLE FOR

Everyone

The beautiful site of Kenwood House on Hampstead Heath will form the backdrop to a brand new one-off pop-tastic celebration in association with Pride London, as part of the Heritage Live Concert Series. 

The inaugural show will feature the Village People, who celebrate their 40th anniversary with their original lead singer Victor Willis, Sophie Ellis-Bextor who will perform a brand new show called ‘Press Play’ with Sink The Pink, as well as a DJ set by Jodie Harsh, and performances by London Gay Men’s Chorus and the London Gay Big Band.

This event is promoted by GCE live and for all event information including latest updates and ticket information can be found at www.heritagelive.net

Please note that standard size hampers are allowed to be brought on-site with food and sealed bottles of water. No alcohol is permitted within the hamper.

There will be a wide variety of bars and artisan food traders on site. More details can be found on our FAQs.

How to book

Ticket information can be found at www.heritagelive.net.

How to find us

Property: Kenwood
Address: Hampstead Lane, Hampstead, NW3 7JR
Location: Hampstead, Greater London, London

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