Hatfield House Battle Proms Concert
Hatfield House, Hertfordshire.
Free parking. Disabled parking is available. No drones, BBQs, sky lanterns, flares or any other naked flames. Aerial displays are subject to weather conditions.
Pack up the hampers and champers and join thousands of loyal fans for an exceptional afternoon and evening of entertainment at the 19th annual Hatfield House Battle Proms Concert.
Enjoy a full 2 hour programme of captivating classical music from the 60 piece New English Concert Orchestra, led by Douglas Coombes MBE and compered by much-loved BBC presenter Pam Rhodes. The extensive programme of entertainments also includes toe-tapping vintage vocals, breathtaking Spitfire display, sensational freefall demonstration by The Red Devils parachute team, dramatic Napoleonic cavalry display, and groundshaking live fire from over 200 cannons!
In the historic setting of the Queen Elizabeth Oak Field at Hatfield House, this quintessentially British ‘party in the park’ features magnificent musical firework displays, culminating in a flag waving, sing-a-long spectacular including all the ‘last night of the proms’ finale favourites such as Jerusalem, Rule Britannia and Land of Hope and Glory.
The Battle Proms is still believed to be the only opportunity in the world to see their signature piece – Beethoven’s ‘Battle Symphony’ – performed as he composed it: with 193 live firing Napoleonic cannons providing a thunderous percussion!
The Battle Proms team are delighted to announce that in 2019 they will again be supporting SSAFA – the Armed Forces charity, who provide lifelong support for our Forces and their families, whenever and wherever they are needed. Since 2004, through audience donations and contributions from concert profits, the Battle Proms events have raised nearly £390,000 for military charities.
Gates open 4.30pm, entertainments from 6.15pm, finish approx. 10.30pm