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Tom Jones, Jessie J and Jack Savoretti added to Hampton Court Palace Festival

Tom Jones, Jessie J and Jack Savoretti added to Hampton Court Palace Festival

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The Hampton Court Palace Festival, sponsored by heycar, has just revealed that Tom Jones, Jessie J, and Jack Savoretti will headline this summer’s concert series, running from June 11 to June 22.

Located within the magnificent Tudor Palace grounds, attendees of the festival will enter the beautiful East Front Gardens ‘after-hours’ prior to the nightly concerts commencing in the intimately spine-tingling setting of Base Court.

After sold-out shows in the past, the iconic Tom Jones will kick off this year’s festival on June 11th. He will delight the audience with a collection of his greatest hits spanning his five and a half decade career, featuring classics like ‘It’s Not Unusual’, ‘What’s New Pussycat’, and ‘Sex Bomb’.

Jessie J, the popular music icon, is set to dazzle audiences at the upcoming festival on June 21st. She made a grand entrance onto the global music stage back in 2010 with her chart-topping track ‘Do It Like A Dude’. Following this success, she dropped her quadruple Platinum debut album, Who You Are, in the subsequent year. With three chart-topping singles in her repertoire – ‘Price Tag’, ‘Domino’, and ‘Bang Bang’, Jessie J has earned a total of seven esteemed BRIT Award nominations over her career. To date, she has sold an impressive three million albums.

Renowned singer-songwriter Jack Savoretti, known for his seven studio albums, including the chart-topping Singing To Strangers and Europiana, will grace this year’s lineup at Hampton Court Palace on 13 June. With his melodic, acoustic charm showcased in songs like ‘Without’, ‘Catapult’, and ‘Candlelight’, Savoretti promises to deliver a captivating performance.

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This year’s lineup features disco sensations Nile Rodgers & CHIC, platinum-selling artist Paloma Faith, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Sheryl Crow, Scottish chart-toppers Deacon Blue, Eurovision contestant Sam Ryder, and a live podcast show, The Rest Is History Live Presents The Tudors.

The famous event offers festival attendees the chance to savor drinks in the beautiful East Front Gardens and indulge in a delightful variety of street food vendors. Guests can also book an outdoor experience in a gazebo by the fountain with Champagne on ice, enhancing the festival experience into something truly exceptional.

Indulge in exclusive dining and corporate entertainment packages at the palace’s magnificent State Apartments. These offerings are currently available for purchase, promising an unforgettable experience. This event provides an ideal setting to commemorate special occasions or host important business associates. Featuring a splendid three-course meal, private dining, and privileged access to the palace, along with unlimited champagne and exquisite wines, attendees are bound to depart with memories that will last a lifetime.

Celebrating its 28th year, the Hampton Court Palace Festival, presented by heycar, is a unique summer event featuring extraordinary performances at the iconic setting of Henry VIII’s grand palace. Produced by IMG in collaboration with Historic Royal Palaces, the charity preserving Hampton Court Palace, this concert series provides an exclusive opportunity to enjoy legendary artists in an intimate Tudor Courtyard setting, limited to just 3,000 guests.

Pre-sale begins at 10am on Thursday 22 February, with tickets on general sale from 10am  Friday 23 February at

Dates so far:

  • Tom Jones – Tuesday 11 June – Prices From: £85
  • Nile Rodgers & Chic – Wednesday 12 June – Prices From: £85
  • Jack Savoretti – Thursday 13 June – Prices From: £59
  • Sam Ryder – Friday 14 June – Prices From: £55
  • The Rest is History Live – Sunday 16 June – Prices From: £45
  • Sheryl Crow – Tuesday 18 June – Prices From: £60
  • Deacon Blue – Wednesday 19 June – Prices From: £60
  • Paloma Faith – Thursday 20 June – Prices From: £75
  • Jessie J – Friday 21 June – Prices From: £75
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