After months of waiting it’s finally time for music icon Bryan Ferry to take to the stage at Burghley House in Stamford and time is running out for discounted advance tickets.
The Roxy Music frontman will be performing live on Saturday June 11 in front of thousands with the fantastic Elizabethan house as a backdrop. It’s the perfect way to get your summer started and your chance to see a music legend.
The singer with the unique voice has proved himself to be one of the most iconic and innovative artists since the beginning of the 1970s. Bryan and his backing band will perform popular hits such as Let’s Stick Together, Slave to Love and Don’t Stop the Dance.
He’s not looked back since that first Roxy Music appearance on Top of The Pops way back in 1972 when they performed their debut single, Virginia Plain.
Over the years Roxy Music proved the delight of teenage fans and music critics alike with Bryan Ferry’s solo career running alongside the band’s success.
That distinctive personal fashion style remains as does his ability to make a cover version his own and to deliver all the distinctive hits he’s so famous for, as only he can.
The beautiful Burghley grounds are a perfect setting for a relaxed picnic style concert and it looks set to be a fantastic evening with a true star.
Find out more information about the show and purchase discounted tickets (up until 5pm Saturday) at www.livepromotionsconcerts.co.uk.
Tickets are also available on the gate for £45 each.