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Save on sightseeing in London with a trip to Hampton Court Palace festival
Published: Thursday 13th of August 2009
Hampton Court Palace is gearing up for a unique event at the end of this month, with visitors urged to snap up tickets fast.
The Beer and Jazz Festival will be held between August 27th and 31st, with visitors set to be treated to a range of great music.
Courtney Pine, the James Taylor Quartet and Snake Davis are just some of the acts on the lineup, which will feature a host of music genres including jazz, funk and Latin.
Up and coming stars Jandira Silva and Jarmean are also on the bill and can be enjoyed by visitors as they lounge on the lawn of this top London attraction.
In honour of the 500th anniversary of King Henry VIII, a new Hampton Court Palace Beer will make its debut.
A series of lively debates are to be held at the top London attraction over the coming weeks to mark the event, including input from a whole host of academics and experts.
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Written by Jessica Martin
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