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"Sir Tom Jones has still got IT!"
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Tom Jones, Holkham Hall, Norfolk - 23rd July 2017

This event was amazing. Tom Jones is such an entertainer with such an amazing voice and into the arc were great too. We also got the added bonus of seeing the red arrows display as the annual country fayre was running too....tho this was a double edged sword as it meant chaos for anyone that didn't arrive extra early. Couple of issues with overcrowding due to over selling the golden circle but otherwise no major problems and we thoroughly enjoyed this event.

Posted anonymously on 25/07/2017

"Great performance from a seasoned artist."
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Tom Jones, Holkham Hall, Norfolk - 23rd July 2017

The only dislike was the poor security as we left. Cars were left to barge out of the arena car park on to the field , sounding their horns and being extremely rude to all around them. It seems that everyone was left to their own devices.

Posted by Ste on 25/07/2017

"Tom Jones outstanding"
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Tom Jones, Holkham Hall, Norfolk - 23rd July 2017

Whilst Sir Tom was superb, the venue let the overall experience down. The concert coincided with the Holkham Fair (same venue). Poor planning resulted in major delays getting in as Fair goers/exhibitors were trying to depart from the same gates/down the same very narrow lanes. With a bit more thought this could have been avoided. Our friends were robbed of the opportunity to see the concert as a result.

Posted by Hels Belles on 25/07/2017

"Amazing performance"
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Tom Jones, Holkham Hall, Norfolk - 23rd July 2017

Tom jones was amazing, the organization of the event was disappointing, in a q then told to move as golden circle ticket but Qs not marked at all! Bag checks didn't happen at all security very lax but a fantastic evening

Posted anonymously on 24/07/2017

"Great performance - Poor organization"
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Tom Jones, Holkham Hall, Norfolk - 23rd July 2017

Superb performance from a living legend, If only the organisers could have performed half as well. On approach through gates no stewards to be seen until actually at the arena area. Many fans complaining to the parking stewards told not to attend events if they didn't like it. No help for wheelchair bound fans. No stewards to be seen in the dark after the concert. Many people wandering around trying to find their cars. No signs to exits, free for all in up to 5 lanes.
Lord Coke should be ashamed. Poor reflection on Norfolk.

Posted by Peter on 24/07/2017

With a career spanning over 50 years and a voice as powerful now as it was when he started out, Tom Jones is one of the few British artists who can legitimately claim to be a music legend. There’s barely a genre that he hasn’t touched, from blues and soul to pop and rap music, and his role as a judge on BBC1’s The Voice has helped him find a new generation of fans. This summer, 'Jones the Voice' will be wowing audiences at stadiums and festival across the country, and you can get Tom Jones tickets right here, at Gigantic.

He has just announced an exciting headline tour. See him play at such special locations as Sherwood Pines Forest Park at Mansfield and Cartmel Racecourse at Grange-Over-Sands in June and Delamere Forest, Scarborough Open Air Theatre, The Spitfire St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury, Cannock Chase Forest and Holkam Hall in Norfolk during July, 2017.

Believe it or not, Jones’ career kicked off in 1964 with ‘Chills and Fever’. While it barely troubled the charts, there can’t be any music fan who hasn’t heard (and can’t sing along to) the follow-up, ‘It’s Not Unusual’. This single rocketed him to international success and quickly established him as a major player on the music scene. Hits followed in rapid succession and regular viewers of The Voice will be familiar with Sir Tom’s oft-told tale of the day Elvis sang his smash-hit, ‘Delilah’, back to him.

Most of Sir Tom’s contemporaries fell by the wayside during the synth-pop of the 1980s, pushed aside by the New Romantics. Rather than roll over, Sir Tom reinvented himself and scored a number of hits, aligning himself with bands, including The Art of Noise. Similarly, the Nineties saw his hurricane howl beefing up duets with a number of that decade’s stars, including The Stereophonics, EMF and Robbie Williams.

While he might be in his seventies, Tom still knows how to whip up a crowd. In his time, he’s headlined at some of the UK’s major music festivals, including a runaway success at Glastonbury. Go to a Tom Jones concert and you’ll be treated to songs from virtually every decade of his career, from the early hip-swingers to the bold and brassy hits of his later works.

More recently, Sir Tom’s been going back to his roots and exploring the blues and gospel artists that originally inspired him. His albums, ‘Praise and Blame’ and ‘Spirit in the Room’ have each allowed him to showcase his astonishing vocal range in a different light, trading in the trademark soulful wail for a more gravelly, understated approach. However, see him live and he’ll pull out all the stops!

As everyone is after Tom Jones concert tickets you do need to book early or you will miss out. Gigantic offers excellent customer service when selecting from a vast list of essential gig tickets so always come to us and enjoy an unforgettable experience.

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