Kew The Music tickets

Kew The Music: Razorlight

plus The Bluetones + Reef
Kew Gardens, London
Wednesday 12th Jul 2017 6:00pm
Maximum of 8 tickets
No age restriction

Buy Tickets for Kew The Music: Razorlight

General Admission
Adult

£44.00 inc. booking fee

£40.00 face value


Child (1 - 16 years old)

£24.20 inc. booking fee

£22.00 face value

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Free entry for children under 1.

Any customers wishing to purchase a disabled or wheelchair ticket for Kew the Music 2017, please get in touch with the promoter at customerservices@kilimanjarolive.co.uk

Performing Artists


Formed in 2002 around lead singer Johnny Borrell, Razorlight quickly became one of the key bands of the new millennia, selling 4 million albums, winning the 2005 NME New Band Award, nominated for two BRIT Awards and two NME Awards ‘Best Band’ and ‘Best Album’ in 2007. Earlier this year Johnny began trying songs with guitarist David Ellis, formerly of Babeshadow, and with a new line-up the reinvigorated Razorlight are set to confirm their place as one of the most compelling, maverick guitar bands to have emerged out of the UK.

Supported by indie heroes The Bluetones, dynamic and engaging, with an impressive run of hit singles Bluetonic, Slight Return, If and Keep the Fires Burning to name a few. Opening the concert is Reef. Frontman Gary Stringer has one of the most distinctive voices of the nineties and this Britpop band is best known for the million selling No1 album Glow.

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Surrey
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TW93AB

Accessibility Information

Any customers wishing to purchase either a disabled or wheelchair platform ticket for Kew the Music 2016, please contact the promoter at customerservices@kilimanjarolive.co.uk

GETTING THERE
Please see Getting there section of www.kew.org/music for full travel information.

We strongly encourage the use of public transport on the concert evenings.
Parking:
Parking is extremely limited in the local area, so avoid the hassle, help the environment and use public transport where possible. On concert evenings there is free parking at Brentford Gate car park reached via Ferry Lane off Kew Green. Please note, however, spaces are limited, and on a first come, first served basis. From the car park it is a 20-minute walk to enter the concert site at Victoria Gate on Kew Road. Limited free parking is also available on sections of the west side (Kew Gardens side) of Kew Road after 10:00 am.
There are three marked disabled parking spaces on Kew Green c 700m from the nearest concert entrance at Victoria Gate“ these are public spaces on the public highway, and are available on a first come, first served basis. Kew is unable to reserve any spaces specifically so we advise to leave in plenty of time to secure a parking space closest to your chosen entry gate. See also www.kew.org/concertacccess.

ACCESS INFORMATION
Tickets for Carers
Ticket holders can have one free ticket for an essential carer to accompany them. To qualify you need to meet one/both of the following conditions: A. in receipt of disability living allowance or attendance allowance. B. a registered blind person.
Parking.
See above note on parking.
Access to the arena
Disabled guests plus an additional carer may enter the concert site from 5.45pm, a quarter of an hour before general public access, via Pavilion Gate on Kew Road. This is away from the main queues and will be clearly marked with a banner. This is the nearest gate to the arena site with the shortest, flattest route. Please note that guests will not be able to leave via this route and should leave the site via Victoria or Lion Gate.
If preferred, disabled guests may enter the site with the rest of the public at 6pm via Victoria and Lion Gates.
The Summer Swing site has flat, step-free access throughout.
A designated viewing area is available at the concert site for wheelchair users only.
Queuing.
As guests often arrive early, if you have difficulties standing, we recommend you bring a folding chair.
Toilets.
Accessible toilets are available at the temporary mobile toilet block and the Pavilion Gate toilets.
Wheelchairs
There are wheelchairs at all gates available on a first come, first served basis “ no pre-booking.
Assistance Dogs
Registered assistance dogs are welcome.
Special Effects
Strobe lighting may feature in concerts. Please contact 020 8332 6555 for further information on the concert you are attending

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