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Kinda Queen + Guests - Live on the Lawn

Family Event
Sat 13th August 2022
Live On The Lawn, Burton Constable Hall & Grounds, Hull, East Yorkshire
From £10

Join us this summer, Live on the Lawn, for a one-of-a-kind tribute evening! 

Kinda Queen - a Queen tribute that doesn’t do the yellow jacket and curly wigs, but instead focus on Queen’s unmistakable sound and performance to ensure a headline act like no other. 

The Hunter - a tribute to the music of Paul Rodgers. From Free and Bad Company through to Queen and Solo hits. Expect all the big hits from a career spanning 5 decades! 

Statis Quo -  East Yorkshire and Lincoln based tribute to Status Quo 1968-1979. Playing 70s singles and classic live album tracks. 

Event Information:

This is a Live on the Lawn production.

 

Date - Saturday 13th August 2022

Times - Doors 6.45pm. Ends 10:30pm

Location - North Garden

Parking - Main car park (free). Disabled drop off available.

Toilets - North Garden

This is an outdoor production, so please bring your own chair or blanket to sit on and dress for the weather! Avoid bringing an umbrella and choose a poncho instead, to prevent blocking any views.

 

We welcome you to bring your own snacks and refreshments but no alcohol. There will be additional vendors in attendance offering food & drink.

 

No refunds will be issued unless severe weather conditions threaten the health & safety of our staff, performers and visitors. Refunds will be considered if the performance is cancelled for other issues.

Please, read all of the information provided carefully, before choosing to book.


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