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Win tickets to Live By The Lake at Kenwood House

Michael Ball

Compiled by Jack Foley

AFTER a one year break, the English Heritage concert season will return with Live By The Lake at Kenwood House, uniting world-class music with a breathtaking backdrop to create arguably the most spectacular musical experience of the summer calendar.

To celebrate, IndieLondon is offering one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of standard entry tickets to a concert of their choice. And this year’s line-up is special.

With indie gods Suede, an epic Choral Greats concert, Keane, a stunning outdoor live screening of Singin’ in the Rain featuring the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, Opera Alfresco and an Evening of Gershwin, starring Michael Ball, it’s an exciting programme which truly has something for everyone.

This year’s events take place between August 23 and September 1 and tickets are available to buy now from this link

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Win tickets to Live By The Lake at Kenwood House

To mark the return of Live By The Lake at Kenwood House between August and September 1, 2013, IndieLondon is offering readers the chance to win a pair of standard entry tickets to a concert of their choosing. Simply answer the following question and state which concert you’d like to attend…

Q. Who is supporting Keane at Live By The Lake (clue, the full line-up is below)?

Simply send the answer to Live By The Lake competition and include your name, address, telephone number and email

The full line-up is as follows…

Friday, August 23
Suede plus special guests (tba)

Saturday, August 24
Choral Greats with The Royal Choral Society and Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra. Plus Fireworks Spectacular.

Sunday, August 25
Keane plus special guest Laura Mvula

Friday, August 30
Singin’ In The Rain Live Musical Score and Film Screening featuring The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra

Saturday, August 31
Opera Alfreso featuring English National Opera Orchestra with special guests (tba)

Sunday, September 1
Summertime: An evening of Gershwin with The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and Michael Ball Gina Beck, Kerry Ellis and David Shannon. Find out more