Blenheim Palace 2021 music concerts cancelled

The Nocturne Live series of summer concerts at Blenheim Palace, including David Gray, Lionel Richie, Simple Minds and UB40 featuring Ali Campbell & Astro, have all been cancelled for 2021.

Nocturne Live’s 2021 series of summer concerts, held at Blenheim Palace, has been cancelled due to the ongoing Coronavirus restrictions.

Featuring performances from David Gray, Lionel Richie, Simple Minds and UB40 featuring Ali Campbell & Astro, this summer was set to be the biggest series of events to date – with organisers rescheduling all the artists on the line-up until 2022.

Tickets for the cancelled 2021 events will be automatically transferred to the 2022 dates, with anyone who is unable to attend the new dates offered a full refund.

The new Blenheim Palace concert dates are as follows: David Gray, James Morrison and Nerina Pallot on Thursday 16 June 2022; UB40 featuring Ali Campbell & Astro, Jimmy Cliff and Aswad on Friday 17 June 2022; Simple Minds, Deacon Blue and Caezar on Saturday 18 June 2022; and Lionel Richie and Macy Gray on Sunday 19 June 2022.

© SoGlos
Friday 26 March 2021

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