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Walk in the Park

An event in July in Northamptonshire
Wootton Park
Northampton
Northamptonshire
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The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra come to Northampton On Friday, July 6th Northampton town’s Wootton Park is being transformed from a community space into a concert arena, with more than 3,000 family and friends from across the UK set to enjoy classical music from the famous Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, in aid of Breast Cancer Care. The concert, which has been called “Walk in the Park”, is also expected to attract hundreds of Formula One fans—who will be staying in and around the county for the weekend’s Grand Prix action at Silverstone. Music will include well-loved excerpts from popular operas, film scores, and orchestral gems—such as J Strauss and the “Blue Danube Waltz” and Shore’s “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring”. The gates will open at 5.00pm on July 6th and the concert will begin at 7.30pm. Buy tickets and find out more details at www.walkintheparkfestival.co.uk. Take advantage of the early bird discount, by booking your tickets before June 16th and £25 standard tickets are reduced to £20 for adults and £15 for senior citizens and students. Children aged 16 and under are £2.50. Book by logging on to www.walkintheparkfestival.co.uk or phoning the 24hr ticket hotline on 0870 2643333.

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