On Saturday 13th July Leeds Castle will once again play host to this year’s spectacular open-air Leeds Castle Classical Concert. We are thrilled that Brachers, a leading law firm in Kent are returning as sponsors for the third year.
In celebration of Leeds Castle’s remarkable 900 year milestone, concert goers this year will witness the world premiere of “A Tribute to Leeds Castle” performed by the Band of the Royal Marines and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. The internationally acclaimed conductor John Rigby will return to conduct this performance alongside both a varied and traditional programme.
2018 was a special year for the Leeds Castle Classical Concert as this iconic Kent event celebrated its 40th anniversary and we’d like to say the biggest thank you to everyone that joined us to help celebrate our Ruby event and hope that you join us again this year.
This iconic event is a highlight of the summer season, set in the most spectacular location and natural amphitheater in front of the beautiful Leeds Castle, reputed to be the loveliest castle in the world. People in their thousands have attended the stunning setting across the past forty-one years to be entertained by this amazing open-air musical delight.
John Rigby commented:
“What an amazing evening and a great way to celebrate a special birthday! The audience at the Leeds Castle Classical Concert goes from strength to strength and last night created the party of the year in Kent! It truly is the Wimbledon of outdoor classical concerts. Roll on 2019!”
The event will once again include a spectacular fly-over with a Spitfire from the Aero Legends stable taking to the skies – a fitting tribute to this heritage event. The magnificent evening will end in style with a spectacular fireworks finale.
Join us on Saturday 13th July, for a truly memorable evening, you will be enthralled by world-class music, captivated by famous performers, and amazed by our fireworks finale – all this while you have fun with your friends sipping champagne.
The event is sponsored by Brachers.