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The Beach Boys to play Henley Festival 

added: 22 Feb 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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The glamorous Henley Festival, in partnership with BMW, is proud to announce a series of extraordinary evenings featuring exciting headline performances from an array of world class acts.

The eclectic line up sees appearances from legendary band The Beach Boys who begin the festivities on Wednesday 10th July, British icons Madness on Friday 12th July and a very special James Bond Themed Gala Evening on Saturday 13th July: Shaken & Stirred.

The Music of James Bond. Carrying on the compelling entertainment, the captivating chanteuse, Paloma Faith will close the show on Sunday 14th July. Tickets go on sale to Friends of the festival* from www.henley-festival.co.uk at 10am on Monday 25th February and on general sale soon.

With just 5,000 tickets available each night, this chic black tie only event is an intimate and magical experience, set on the serene banks of the River Thames. With appearances from some of the biggest names in music, food, street theatre, dance, art, culture and comedy, this quintessentially British festival has a rich 31-year legacy for you to be a part of. More will be revealed in the coming weeks.

Recognised nationally and internationally as one of the summer's great British events, all net profits go to the Henley Festival's charitable projects.

HENLEY FESTIVAL
5 NIGHTS OF EXCEPTIONAL ENTERTAINMENT.
FEATURING
10th July - THE BEACH BOYS
11th July ' SPECIAL GUEST TO BE ANNOUNCED
12th July - MADNESS
13th July - SHAKEN & STIRRED. THE MUSIC OF JAMES BOND
14th July - PALOMA FAITH

Wednesday 10th ' Sunday 14th July
www.henley-festival.co.uk

Tickets start from £65 and are available from www.henley-festival.co.uk

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