Battle Proms ticket offer ends this month for Hatfield House concert

PUBLISHED: 13:19 15 April 2016 | UPDATED: 14:04 15 April 2016

Battle Proms 2015 at Hatfield House

Battle Proms 2015 at Hatfield House


Ticket prices for Battle Proms 2016 in Hatfield will go up at the end of the month.

Fireworks finale at Battle Proms 2015 at Hatfield HouseFireworks finale at Battle Proms 2015 at Hatfield House

The UK’s premier picnic proms concert returns to the grounds of Hatfield House on Saturday, July 23.

Tickets for the summer event with music, Spitfire, cannons, cavalry and fireworks currently cost £34 per adult.

This early booking offer ends at midnight April 30, 2016.

Tickets will then cost £37 until midnight the day before the concert.

The Rockabellas performing on stage at Battle Proms 2015 at Hatfield HouseThe Rockabellas performing on stage at Battle Proms 2015 at Hatfield House

The price on the day, subject to availability, will be £42 – online until 4.30pm, or with cash on the gate.

Children aged five to 15 years pay £18 at all times.

Ages four and under are free and do not require a ticket.

All under-16s must be accompanied by a parent or guardian who is over 18 years old.

Battle Proms’ daring and dramatic cavalry displays this year will be performed in World War One regalia to commemorate 100 years since the Battle of the Somme.

A Battle Proms spokeswoman added: “As ever, the rest of the programme promises all the breathtaking and groundshaking entertainment that makes the Battle Proms so unique.”

For more details, and to book online, visit the Battle Proms website at

The Battle Proms Picnic Concert Series 2016

Saturday, July 9 – Burghley House, Lincolnshire

Saturday, July 16 – Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire

Saturday, July 23 – Hatfield House, Hertfordshire

Saturday, August 6 – Highclere Castle, Hampshire

Saturday, August 13 – Ragley Hall, Warwickshire.

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