Arley Hall and Gardens near Northwich will be the spectacular backdrop for the Neuromuscular Centre’s annual Live in the Park concert this summer on Saturday, July 12.
Enjoy a picnic in the beautiful grounds of this stunning stately home before enjoying the sounds of Rock Stewart as Rod; Desperado ‘The Heart of the Eagles’; and The American Four Tops.
Feel free to bring your own picnics, chairs and rugs, though there will also be a variety of catering outlets available on site and a fully licensed bar.
The grounds of the gorgeous estate will open at 5pm, and the concert will begin at 6.30pm with a performance from a special guest band.
Rock Stewart will take to the stage at 7.30pm, followed by Desperado at 8.45pm by which time everyone should be boogying the night away.
The American Four Tops will close the party at 9.50pm along with a spectacular fireworks finale at 10.50pm.
Early bird tickets will be on sale until April 30 at £19.50 for adults and £14.50 for children under 16 (under 5s go free).
Family tickets (two adults, two children under 16) are £58.50.
From May 1, adult tickets will be £22.50/ £17.50 for children/£70 family ticket. Tickets on the day £24.50/ £19.50 for children/£80 family ticket.
Book online at www.nmcentre.com or call fundraising on 01606 861733.
This will be the Neuromuscular Centre’s sixth outdoor concert at Arley Hall and Gardens, and is just one of the ways you can help to raise money for this unique and inspirational local charity.
The Neuromuscular Centre (NMC) provides a range of services for adults and young people with muscular dystrophy, a severe and debilitating muscle wasting condition.