Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
On 11-16 July 2017, the Gardens close at 5pm, last entry at 4.30pm and the glasshouses, galleries and Climbers & Creepers close at 4.30pm (due to Kew the Music)
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. We cannot issue refunds to under 16s who are not accompanied by an adult.
With support from - Melanie C + Sophie Ellis-Bextor
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is delighted to announce iconic girl-band All Saints are the penultimate act to be confirmed for their much celebrated Kew the Music summer concerts.
Kew the Music is a glorious week-long festival of summer picnic concerts set within the stunning grounds of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Returning once again with a fantastic line up that offers something for everyone - whether you fancy being whisked back to the heyday of the notorious Haçienda, or would love the chance to hear the recent hits from Passenger performed live - book your tickets early to avoid disappointment, and look forward to a night in the most magical setting in London. Guests are welcome to bring their own food and drink, or to enjoy the open-air bars and tasty street food stalls. A sensational summer's evening awaits.
All Saints - Thursday 13 July
At the turn of the new millennium, All Saints were the irrepressible girl-band touched by sharply honed influences from The Shirelles through 90s hip hop, disco and slouchy club electronica - 12 million+ record sales, five number one singles, two multi-platinum albums, a string of impeccable street-pop hits and double Brit award-winning generational anthem Never Ever behind them. The newly ignited, reinvigorated, unbreakable All Saints recently returned, back on top, with their new album Red Flag.
Supported by incomparable Melanie C, pushing the boundaries by shaking up her sound, Melanie C's latest lushly-atmospheric album Version of Me reveals a reinvention. It's Melanie as you have always known her - adventurous, honest, infectious pop - but as you've never heard her before.
Opening the concert is Sophie Ellis-Bextor. Following six UK top 10 singles her last album was full of baroque chamber pop and experimental flirtations with folk, daringly different, it exploded into the UK top 5. This success influenced her equally gorgeous, soon to be released and much anticipated album Familia.Any customers wishing to purchase a disabled or wheelchair ticket for Kew the Music 2017, please get in touch with the promoter at email@example.com