Battle Proms ticket price for Hatfield House set to rise

13:35 27 April 2014

Hatfield House

Hatfield House

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If you fancy going to Battle Proms at Hatfield House this summer, get your tickets quick before the price rises.

Battle Proms ticket details

* Adults:

£29.50 if booked before January 31 (online booking only).

£32 if booked between February 1 and April 30.

£35 if booked from May 1 until the day before the concert.

£40 on the day of concert (subject to availability).

* Children aged 5 to 15:

£17 (children aged four and under are free, and do not require a ticket).

* Groups:

Advance group bookings of 10 or more qualify for a £2 reduction per ticket.

The annual picnic concert returns to the grounds of the Hertfordshire stately home on Saturday, July 19 for an unforgettable evening of sublime classical music and breathtaking displays.

Adult tickets for the summer celebration currently cost £32, but the price goes up to £35 on May 1.

Children aged five to 15 pay £17 and it is free for those aged four and under.

Set in the beautiful Queen Elizabeth Oak Field at Hatfield House, Battle Proms 2014 will include traditional Proms favourites, fireworks, a stunning Spitfire air display, live cannons and cavalry.

The popular open-air classical concert usually sells out and a spokeswoman for the organisers said: “We recommend that you book your tickets early to avoid disappointment.”

In the event that tickets remain available on the day, these can be bought on the gate for £40 per adult.

To book in advance, call the Battle Proms box office on 01432 355416 or buy your tickets online at www.battleproms.com

There is no booking fee, and advance group bookings of 10 or more qualify for a £2 reduction per ticket.

Also visit the Battle Proms website for details of superb hospitality packages.

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