The summer time is approaching with lovely weather and great outdoor festivals. And one of the highlights this year has to be Music on the Hill.
If you haven’t heard of it before, Music on the Hill is a fundraising event in aid of two charities: Demelza Hospice Care for Children and The Children’s Development Trust.
Every day from 24th to 26th June, they will have all sorts of different music performances and entertainment to keep you and the whole family entertained, ranging from local acts to massive superstars!
This year on Friday 24th June, you will be able to see Katherine Jenkins, who will be performing with the National Symphony Orchestra.
Then, if you fancy something a bit different, on Saturday 25th June top of the bill is the boy band McFly and also Sugababes!
Here’s the full line up:
Friday 24 June
Katherine Jenkins & The National Symphony Orchestra
Special guest Wynne Evans, Conductor Anthony Inglis
Gates: 6pm Concert starts: 7.30pm and finishes 10pm approx.
Saturday 25 June
McFly + Sugababes. City Stereo, support.
See Brit-Award winning McFly, hot on the heels of their sell-out UK tour, with a special appearance from multi-platinum selling Sugababes.
Gates 6pm Concert starts 7pm approx and finishes 10pm approx.
Sunday 26 June
Family Summer Sunday hosted by Stacey Solomon & Dave Berry
With music from Stacey, Björn Again, ABC, X Factor’s Ben Mills with his Simply Rod tribute, City Stereo, and rising stars Some Velvet Morning. Plus kids entertainment, circus skills & stalls.
Gates: 12 noon Music starts 1pm. Event finishes 8pm.
Keep checking this page for more details as they come through or visit the event’s website www.musiconthehill.org.uk
Music On The Hill takes place at Kings Hill near West Malling in Kent
Tickets for Mcfly and Katherine Jenkins are available now!
Ticket cost from £33.50 (plus booking fees)
Buy tickets online: www.musiconthehill.org.uk
Buy tickets via 24-hr hotline:0844 873 7339
24th – 26th June
Gates open at 6pm and the concert starts at 7.30pm
For more information on Music on the Hill visit: www.musiconthehill.org.uk,