Tickets will be available on the door on the night of the concert.
6.30PM, Sunday 13th August, Great Meadow
Music fans rejoice as 21st Century Events from Chapterhouse Theatre Company brings you two of the 20th century’s most iconic artists in an open-air concert to remember!
21st Century Queen
A must see for Queen fans, whether you grew up listening to Queen or simply appreciate the timeless music of one of the greatest rock bands of all time, 21st Century Queen will bring Freddie Mercury and the rest of the band to life before your eyes.
21st Century Elton
In a fabulous tribute to Elton John, one of the world’s greatest songsmiths, 21st century Elton will dazzle audiences with authentic costumes and pitch perfect piano. Get ready for hit after hit from the UK’s most popular solo artist of all time.
5.30pm door open
6.30pm Elton (45 minutes)
7.15pm Queen (1 hour 45 minutes)
(Interval period to be confirmed)
£25 – Adult
£18 – Child 5 –16
Family – £75 (2 Adults and 2 Children)
Under 5s go freeTickets Here!
In the Great Meadow
Gilbert White’s House is a breathtakingly beautiful setting and the perfect place to forget your troubles and dance the night away to the pop and rock world’s greatest hits, including Rocket Man, I Want to Break Free, Tiny Dancer, and Bohemian Rhapsody. Audiences can embrace the feeling of hearing their favourite songs performed live and enjoy the stunning surroundings at what’s sure to be the tribute event of the summer.
Please bring your own rugs or low back seating. Do feel free to come in suitable Queen and Elton John costume and clothes as we and many venues shall be having prizes for best dressed parties! Refreshments will be available to purchase on the evening but feel free to bring your own picnics.
Car parking will be in our Ewel Field events car park, signposted on the day, postcode GU34 3JH. It is located off Gracious Street, at the first bend. If you park in the Ewel Field you do not need to hand in your car registration.
Additional car parking will also be available in our usual museum car park, located behind the Selborne Arms pub, beyond the first carpark with the public toilets. You do not need to pay but do remember to hand in your car registration number at the entrance to the event. Postcode: GU34 3BN.