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Jools Holland & His Rhythm & Blues Orchestra are returning to Stonor Park, Henley on Thames on Saturday 14th August 2021.
King of boogie woogie, Jools dazzles audiences across the UK with his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra and their exuberant live performances. The show will feature Gilson Lavis and special guest Eddi Reader, alongside guest vocalists Ruby Turner and Louise Marshall. The show is opened with the main support from Jack Lukeman and further support from Joe Bygraves.
A composer, pianist, bandleader and broadcaster, Jools’ passion for music has made him a doyen of the music scene His phenomenal success has seen him sell millions of records throughout his career and he was awarded an OBE in 2003 for his services to the British music industry.
With his show ‘Later with…Jools Holland’ now in its 54th series, and Jools’ Annual Hootenanny in its 27th, Jools’ name has become synonymous with quality music.
Don’t miss out on what will be a truly fabulous night at Stonor Park.
“I didn’t think anybody could play like that. Jools has got that left hand that never stops.” BB King
GENERAL ADMISSION - £39.00*
Please Note: Carer Tickets are not issued online. To obtain your Carer Ticket, you will be required to present a valid Disabled Concert Ticket and proof of entitlement to the Box Office at the main entrance in the day, which may be one of these three options: - Front page of DLA / PIP (higher rate) or Front page of Attendance Allowance letter (med/higher rate) or valid Access Card (via CredAbilty).
- Camping is not available
- All persons attending the concert require a ticket.
- Any age can attend, however any under 16's must be accompanied by an adult.
- No more than 4 under 16’s with one adult.
- Adults are classed as 18 yrs +
- This is a non-picnic concert and you are NOT allowed to bring in your own food and drink
TICKETS COME OFF SALE AT 00:01 ON 14TH AUGUST BUT WILL BE AVAILABLE ON THE GATES PRICED AT £45.00
*All tickets subject to booking fees and service charge. Terms & conditions apply
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The Prime Minister’s confirmation that formal Covid-19 restrictions ended on Monday 19 July means that the concerts at Stonor Park looks set to operate in a far more familiar, effectively “normal” manner.
As the Prime Minister has stressed, the coming weeks will require a significant degree of personal responsibility. If you do feel unwell, have covid symptoms or have been advised to self isolate you should not attend the event. We will have Track & Trace QR codes positioned throughout the venue and would ask all attendees to scan and check in on arrival.
The Government guidance around “hands, face, space, fresh air” remains appropriate advice to all individuals attending a concert at Stonor Park. We will provide plenty of hand sanitiser, guidance and signage around the site to support this advice. Of course, being an outdoor concert, we have plenty of fresh air and space for concert goers to distance themselves if they feel this is appropriate and more comfortable to them. Government guidance to individuals regarding face coverings is that these are advisable when indoors or in a busy area. Please be aware that this is Government guidance to individuals, so we would recommend wearing face coverings in busy areas.
To make concertgoers aware in advance, we will not be mandating concertgoers to wear face coverings when in busy areas – rather it is encouraged and recommended. Our close contact team, such as those in the bar areas will be lateral flow tested daily. Staff onsite will be given the option to wear face coverings.
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Stonor is located between the M4 (J8/9) and the M40 (J6) on the B480 Henley-on-Thames – Watlington Road and is a 10-minute drive north from Henley, an hour from London, 40 minutes from Oxford and Heathrow and half an hour from Reading.
If you are approaching Stonor on the M40 motorway from the east, please only exit at Junction 6. If you are using a SatNav, please ignore any instructions to exit the motorway on either Junctions 4 or 5 as this will add up to an hour to your journey.
The nearest railway station is Henley-on-Thames and taxis are available from the station.
We do not have child tickets available for this event, but all children aged under five can attend for free and do not require a ticket.
Children aged five – 16 should purchase a general admission ticket.
All children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult. No more than four under 16s per adult.
Please note: While we are a family friendly business, please consider the suitability of bringing very young children to an outdoor event with loud music and large crowds of people.
Tickets are strictly subject to availability, so it is always best to purchase your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. It will also save you money as ticket prices may also increase on the day.
Should tickets be available to purchase on the day of the concert, we will make an announcement about prices and availability closer to the event.
Parking is available free of charge. There will be signs and stewards on the main approaches to Stonor Park to direct you.
Yes, please follow directional signage as you get closer to the venue on the concert day.
Unfortunately, as the concert arena is within a confined fenced area, pass outs and re-entry will not be possible.
Soft drinks are allowed but must be in 500ml sealed plastic bottle only
You are not allowed to bring any food or alcoholic drinks inside the fenced concert arena.
Yes. We will have a fully licensed bar and a number of food outlets for varied dietary requirements and tastes within the concert arena.
Please note: We operate a ‘Challenge 25’ policy at the bars. Proof of identification and age may be required in the form of a valid driving licence or passport. No alcohol will be served to any persons under the age of 18.
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Please note: You must be self-contained in terms of equipment and have current Public Liability Insurance in place.
You are allowed one folding chair per person in the concert arena for use in the marked-out area away from the stage. This is to maintain a safe area for those customers who wish sit and those who wish to stand at the front of the stage area.
Private marquees and gazebos are not permitted.
We ask that you keep personal belongings to a minimum and only bring your essentials.
This is a standing outdoor evening concert so please keep the British weather in mind. We recommend all concert goers should dress appropriately and be prepared if the ground is wet from rain in the days before the event.
Small personal umbrellas are allowed, however large parasols and golf sized umbrellas will not be permitted on site.
Please do not bring backpacks of any size or large bags, as these will not be allowed into the arena. There will be no temporary storage facilities for such items within the venue and it will be your responsibility to find a safe temporary facility to hold the item.
Bags left in unauthorised surrounding areas will be disposed of immediately.
LPH Concerts and Stonor Park will not be responsible for late admission or non-admission as a result of this policy. Please refer to the full Terms and Conditions on your ticket.
Cash machines will not be available, but all bars take both cash and card payments. Please be aware that some of the independent food outlets in the arena may only take cash.
While professional photography equipment is not permitted, you’re very welcome to capture the atmosphere and fun you and your friends and family are enjoying on a small camera or your phone. If you do take photos, please tag us in on Instagram (@LPHConcerts) we’d love to see them.
There is a tarmac road which leads from the designated car park to the concert arena, which is on a well-kept grassed lawn. Wheelchair accessible toilets are available throughout the concert site.
If you require a carer or companion, please purchase an ‘Accessible’ ticket, which will entitle you to bring one carer or companion to assist you.
Accepted forms of documentation to request a carer or companion ticket are:
- DLA (Care and / or mobility)
- PIP (Personal Independence Payment)
- D/deaf or blind registration
- The Nimbus Access Card
To receive your carer or companion ticket, please send a copy of one of the approved documents, along with proof of purchase of your ticket to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joe Bygraves 6.15pm
Jack Lukeman 7.15pm
Jools Holland 8.15pm
Concert ends approx. 10.15pm