Lionel Ritchie is playing a concert in the Cotswolds this summer

Lionel Ritchie is the first big name announced in the Nocturne Live 2021 series of summer concerts at Blenheim Palace in the Cotswolds, rescheduled from the original cancelled 2020 date.

Lionel Richie will be coming to the Cotswolds on Saturday 19 June 2021 for a summer concert at Blenheim Palace – keeping revellers up ‘All Night Long’ or at least until the noise curfew allows.

Postponed for a year due to the Coronaviru pandemic, fans of the living legend can expect to hear Lionel Ritchie perform his solo hits including ‘Endless Love’, All Night Long’, ‘Hello’ and ‘Dancing on the Ceiling’, with a back catalogue also including The Commodores hits ‘Three Times a Lady’, ‘Still’ and ‘Easy’.

The first of the big names announced for the 2021 Nocturne Live series of outdoor concerts at Blenheim Palace in nearby Oxfordshire, tickets to see Lionel Richie are on sale now, and cost from £45 – with a VIP dining package also available for £346.50.

For more information, see Lionel Ritchie concert at Blenheim Palace and visit seetickets.com to book tickets.

© SoGlos
Wednesday 15 July 2020

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