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Kew announces summer concert season
Published: Saturday 7th of February 2009
The world-famous Royal Botanical Gardens at Kew has announced the details of its fantastic Summer Swing series.
From July 7th to 11th the famous London attraction will host a number of concerts featuring some of the country's most famous live acts.
Jools Holland will be joined by his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra on the first and last nights of the event. Meanwhile, much-loved Abba tribute act Bjorn Again will headline on July 8th alongside Jive Talkin's – Bee Gees Story.
On July 9th The Bootleg Beatles are sure to bring the house down, as will the Counterfeit Stones.
The Gypsy Kings and Cuban rhythm collective Motimba will complete the line-up on July 10th.
Spectacular fireworks and a big-screen complete what is sure to be a fantastic event that could be a highlight of the London outdoor concert season this summer.
LondonPass holders can enjoy free general admission to Kew Gardens, saving £13 for adults.
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