The National Memorial Arboretum in Alrewas will host the Summer Proms over August 4 and 5.
Across the two evenings, audiences will hear a spectacular proms concert performed by the Band of the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers with Soprano Louise Callinan and Baritone Rodney Earl Clarke, topped off with a firework finale set within the inspirational landscape of the Nation’s year-round place to remember.
The programme includes Satchmo, a rousing tribute to Louis Armstrong; Something Good from The Sound of Music, The Impossible Dream from Man of La Mancha and toe-tapping hits from the award-winning musical The Jersey Boys.
Accompanying traditional proms favourites will include Fantasia on British Sea Songs by Henry Wood and Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance No.1.
Neill Martin-Hoare, Head of Events, said: “Returning for another year, Summer Proms is one of our most popular annual events and promises to be a musical evening to remember.
"This spectacular evening of live music is a fantastic opportunity for people to experience the National Memorial Arboretum in a different way, creating new memories with families and friends."
For those wanting to make their night extra special, the exclusive Premier Ticket experience offers the opportunity for a limited number of guests to enjoy the evening in style.
This entitles visitors to a range of benefits, including a pre-concert fine dining experience, a director’s chair and blanket in prime viewing position, and exclusive use of the award-winning Aspects lounge and bar throughout the evening.
Advance tickets cost £27 and are available via the Arboretum’s website at thenma.org.uk/what's-on/events/summer-proms.
In addition to standard concert tickets, a groups package is available for parties of ten or more, including a rustic sharing platter and glass of champagne, and a limited number of Premier Tickets are still available for the Friday performance.
Ticket holders will be admitted to the event area from 6pm before the performances start at 8pm, with the event scheduled to end at 10.30pm.