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Generous concertgoers raised more than £11,500 for a military charity at Saturday’s Battle Proms in Hatfield.

Thousands of flag waving Battle Proms fans attended the picnic concert at Hatfield House on Saturday.

Youth and world-class music were the highlights of a magical, sun-soaked Kimpton Folk Festival.

Cannon fire, the Red Devils, World War One cavalry displays, fireworks and a Spitfire flying overhead – it can only be the return of Battle Proms to Hatfield.

It’s coming home, it’s coming home, it’s coming... Football’s coming home! And the group behind football anthem Three Lions will be coming to Knebworth this summer.

A Hatfield music festival is promising to add Harry Kane and his pals to the lineup if England get through to the final.

Thousands of festival-goers converged on woodland between Baldock and Royston for a four-day electronic music extravaganza.

Two youth groups at the Abbey Theatre in St Albans have joined forces to perform a wonderfully engaging satire on the First World War.

Organisers of an annual music event have announced its charity beneficiary for 2018.

With movie sequel Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again about to hit cinema screens, and new ABBA music also on its way later this year, catch the ABBA Forever concert show in Stevenage.

Producers can’t promise drinks are free, but a ‘Fantastic’ show featuring Wham!’s biggest hits is coming to a Stevenage stage.

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